Serving CPN members and children across the nation remains a key component of CPN’s ICW department, and Director Ashlee May and her team strive to keep up-to-date on potential assistance wherever CPN members reside.
Enterprises, employees and several departments across the Tribe including FireLake Discount Foods and FireLodge Children and Family Services collect and supply food and gifts through other programs in addition to the Salvation Army every fall.
With help from loved ones and professionals, children can work through and overcome their experiences, while transitioning from victim to survivor.
Children are excellent observers and are often taught through the actions of others. One of the best ways, therefore, to teach youth is through show and tell.
Although each and every situation is unique in child welfare, there is some basic information you can use to guide you through the process of deciding to open your home to children in need.
FireLodge Children & Family Services takes action to ensure Potawatomi children maintain connections with their families, tribe and communities while reducing the trauma they face in the child welfare system.
Here are five simple and practical steps that are essential to keeping children safe; they’re also important to consider before allowing children to stay lengthy amounts of time away or overnight away from family.
Completing the Circle is a yearly event, planned by tribes and the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, aiming to reconnect Oklahoma’s Native American foster children to their tribe, culture and heritage.
The goal of the program is to help families sustain an environment of safety and well-being by addressing family issues through a holistic approach.
FireLodge Children & Family Services is committed to protecting children and ensuring they are connected to their family and heritage.