Nate Bigfire speaking in front of participants at Black River Falls Community Center

Surviving Terminal Diseases: Culturally, Spiritually & Medicinally

Publication Date: Mar 05, 2020

National AI/AN ATTC was able to co-sponsor this event as planned. Steve Steine, National ATTC AI/AN Native Center for Behavioral Health Manager, attended the event and was invited to share in the experience. This all-day event was attended by almost fifty members of the Ho-Chunk Nation, local healers, elders, spiritual leaders, family, friends, professionals, and tribal community members from both Nebraska and Wisconsin, respectively.

“It was an honor to be a part of such a great gathering of wisdom, healing, discussion, and exchange of ideas, hope, and spiritual connection.” – Steve Steine, ATTC Project Manager.

 

Drumming ceremony in Black River Falls