TIYOSPAYE WINYAN MAKA

Promoting Alternative Housing, Education, Energy, and Food Sovereignty For Indigenous Families

Restorative Practices

TIYOSPAYE WINYAN MAKA

Extended family of Women of the Earth
MISSION: 
to promote alternative housing and energy and support nutritional and educational sovereignty for indigenous women and their families

A VISION TO LEAD THE WAY…

Victoria Lovelock, Director of CCIVS of UNESCO (left) with Tiyospaye Winyan Maka Director, Christinia Eala
We continuously strive to create support networks, to encourage self-help, to promote healing, and a sustainable lifestyle for indigenous women, youth, and families, whether living off or on the reservation. All of our programs embody our commitment to the Lakota value of wicosani, which means to walk in balance with the four aspects of self: physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. By combining traditional values with educational training in sustainable building practices, we strengthen the capacity and confidence of indigenous people to lead the was as engaged and effective stewards of the Earth's resources.
 
 

RESTORATIVE PRACTICES
addressing the legacy of colonization

Native American healing, addressing the legacy of colonization with culturally appropriate programs e.g. addiction intervention and recovery, protection from domestic violence, restorative justice, the innocence project and equine programs.

ADDICTION INTERVENTION & RECOVERY

PROTECTION FROM DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

THE INNOCENCE PROJECT

EQUINE PROGRAMS