Parents want what is best for their children, but knowing how to provide that sometimes can be tough. At the House of Hope, we offer parenting classes, at no charge, to those in the community who either need or desire such training.
CPN Indian Child Welfare Administrative Officer Ashlee May recently received a commendation from her alma mater, East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma, for her service at both the House of Hope and ICW.
Along with the rise in temperature comes a rise in domestic violence cases for shelter advocates and hotlines.
April 2019 marks the 18th annual Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The theme is “I Ask” to show the power in asking for consent.
Dating for teens in 2019 is drastically different than what their parents’ and grandparents’ generations went through. Technology and society have slowly molded dating norms.
Stalking can happen to anyone. Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s House of Hope provides assistance to those experiencing domestic violence and stalking.