Parenting In 2 Worlds

Parenting in 2 worlds pageUrban American Indian Parenting Project

Parenting in 2 worlds logoParents and Guardians of American Indian youth are invited to enroll in an exciting new program, Parenting in 2 Worlds. Parents developed the Parenting in 2 Worlds curriculum in cooperation with the Phoenix Indian Center and ASU Southwest Interdisciplinary Research Center. Parenting in 2 Worlds is designed for parents to learn new ways to communicate with their youth. Other topics include:

  • building parenting communities;
  • traditions, values and norms;
  • knowing your child’s world;
  • giving and receiving support;
  • guiding behaviors; and
  • talking to teens about risky behaviors.

Workshops are planned Phoenix, Tucson and Flagstaff, as well as the Tohono O’odham Nation, Gila River Indian Community, Hopi Tribe, Pascua Yaqui Tribe and Navajo Nation. You are eligible if you care for American Indian youth between the ages of 0-17. Check the events calendar for the next cycle near you.

Parenting in 2 Worlds Flyer

Eligibility requirements and an enrollment form.