MRBN Network Meeting
September 30, 2021
Cultivating Connections with Indigenous & Homeless Youth in Maine
Wabanaki Public Health & Wellness: Nikan ‘usk Youth Programming
Presenter: Saige Purser - An overview of Wabanaki Public Health & Wellness' approach to cultivating the health of their communities through Indigenous culture, traditions, and healing. Saige will focus on the Nikan'usk youth programming that builds young people’s resilience and strengthens youth leadership on issues of public health, restorative practices, experiential outdoor adventure-based learning, art, and social justice. Saige will also discuss the challenges and opportunities young people face as they transition through school and beyond.
The Landing Place
Presenter: Joseph Hufnagel - The Landing Place supports highly resilient and often marginalized youth living in MidCoast Maine. The Landing Place programs will be explored focusing on ways in which resilience and mattering skills are built in youth who are at high risk for experiencing homelessness and food insecurity.
Group Envisioning: Cultivating Mattering in Maine
Mattering Initiative Updates
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