2017 Completing the Circle
Provides roots for Stability and Wings for Success to Native American Children in foster care.
The event is an annual foster care cultural awareness event for DHS and Tribal foster families. Many times Native American children in foster or adoptive care are limited in maintaining contact with their culture, while others may not be aware of their rich culture in which they belong. The event is free and open to foster and adoptive families who provide care for Native American children. You are invited and we hope to see you there!!
Saturday, June 24 @ 10:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Registration by June 10, 2017!
Where: Cherokee Heritage Center-Tahlequah, OK (take highway 62 to historical Park Hill, turn East on Willis Road and follow it to South Keeler Drive. Please see Cherokee Heritage Center website at: www.cherokeeheritage.org
For: Current Tribal, DHS, and Contracted Agency Foster Parents who currently have Native American children placed in their homes.
- Foster parents will receive 6 hours training credit
- Travel reimbursement is approved
- Lunch will be provided