Weaving Healthy Families Program
Chukka Auchaffi’ Natana [in Choctaw]

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The Weaving Healthy Families Program is Recruiting!

 

We are recruiting Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indian (MBCI) families for the

Weaving Healthy Families (WHF) Program (Chukka Auchaffi’ Natana [in Choctaw])

 

The WHF program strengthens family resilience and prevents substance abuse and violence.

 

WE ARE ENROLLING FAMILIES NOW.

All MBCI families (at least one parent who is MBCI) with a child in the household age 12-17 are eligible

(all family and household members can participate though).

 

When we begin to meet in person, each of the paid 10, 2 ½ hour sessions begins with a free family dinner, learning with peers,

and ends with connecting with your families. If you participate each of your family members will complete paid online

1-2 hour surveys before, during, after, and 6, 9, and 12 months after the program.

Payments are $50 for each participant’s completed surveys.

Also, your family will receive $50 for each of the 10 WHF sessions you attend after the head of household

completes the session follow-up survey.

Each person who finish the WHF program are paid AT LEAST $300, plus the $500 paid to families,

the $20 for each “spot check” & $50 for any more interviews.

 

See flier for more information and text "Weaving Healthy Families" to 61222, and we will give you all the information you need!

 

Also, if you are looking for part-time work and would like to help us facilitate the program,

we are hiring up to 50 community health representatives (CHRs) we will train to run the program.

Text "Weaving Healthy Families" to 61222, and when we respond,

let us know you are interested in learning about becoming a CHR

Qualifications: Background in Behavioral Health and/or working with children and families

(ex: social services, legal services, family violence, educational background, etc.)

 

You may be eligible to both have your family enrolled AND become a CHR.

Find Out More:

Weaving Healthy Families Program

The Weaving Healthy Families program is supported by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism of the National Institutes of Health under Award Numbers R01AA028201 and 3R01AA028201-01S1 (Principal Investigator – Catherine McKinley). The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.