Tribal member and Oklahoma State University student Lauren Anderson took matters into her own hands to help children in OKDHS custody in worn out or ill-fitting shoes and started the nonprofit Foster Feet.
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.
Fifth-grader and CPN member Bryce McNally participates in teams and programs designed to help him stand out and find what he enjoys, including leadership groups such as the Sacramento Native American Health Clinic’s Native Youth Ambassadors.
Serving thousands of tribal members from CPN and other federally recognized tribes, CPN Health Services 12 state-of-the-art dental operatories have been in overdrive since the dental clinic’s 2014 remodel. Cherokee Nation citizen and CPN Dental Coordinator, Chase Youngblood DDS, sat down with The Hownikan to answer a few questions regarding children’s dental health for February’s Read More »