Division of Indian Work

Parenting Support

Education and support for parents, or soon to be parents


Programming or supplies to help parents or potential parents succeed in the parenting role

This can include classes, workshops, information, educational opportunities, or equipment/supplies.

Additional Information

Family Spirit: Provides support for American Indian mothers and parents of children ages 3 and under. Families will learn how to have the healthiest pregnancy for them and their baby, how to prepare for the birth of the baby, and how to prepare for how the baby will impact their future.

Grandparents as Caregivers: Provides support and resources to grandparents who have taken on the role of primary caregiver of a child or children not more than 18 years of age.

Parenting Capacity Services: A parenting education and assessment program for Native American parents and caregivers involved in child protection. Families need to be referred to this program in order to participate.

Strong Families: Connects families with local community intervention services and provides guidance, incentives, and support to families in their parenting journey.

Women of Traditional Birthing: Weekly group support for pregnant American Indian women. Support is provided through mentoring, education and community outreach.

Ashoodenim Anishinaabe: Cultural Home Educators provide services to pregnant or parenting caregivers experiencing or at-risk of experiencing substance use disorder. Services focus on effective and safe parenting and education about child abuse prevention.


  • Area Served by County
    • Hennepin County
  • Specialization
    • Family
    • Native American Community


1001 E Lake St, Minneapolis, MN, 55407

Area Served

Twin Cities metro area, primarily Hennepin County

Phone Numbers

  • Primary Contact for this program: 612-279-6302
  • Main: 612-722-8722




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