Our communities utilized the Circle process for many things with different methods, names, and protocol. It is vital to create balance in our communities and support overall health and wellness. The circle is not only approved by our Ancestors, but is also an evidence-based tool that has been proven a useful tool in juvenile delinquency, alcohol/substance abuse, and conflict resolution.
The Resource Basket provides travel scholarships as funding is available, if you are interested in attending a Circle training, please contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org The travel scholarships will be awarded to community members who work with youth to support positive development, cultural education and traditional practices as well as modern day practices. We have limited travel scholarships available, so if you are interested, please contact us today!
The Resource Basket is seeking new membership in our Circle Peacemaking Advisory Committee, a small group of statewide Circle Keepers that meets quarterly and works to guide the circle training initiative. The Circle Advisory Committee attends and co-facilitates at the circle training and conducts daily debriefing meetings with members after each training day. The Circle Advisory Committee members are working towards increasing the use of a traditional method towards conflict resolution, restorative justice, and health and wellness in everyday life.
This committee has been vital to the planning, implementation, and evaluation of the Resource Basket’s circle training and technical assistance efforts.
If you are interested in joining, please contact: Tara Stiller, Program Manager
Join us and become a Circle Peacemaking Committee member!
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