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NYB Teen Outreach Program

NYB Teen Outreach Program NYB facilitates TOP® to teens. This page was developed as a safe zone for teens and parents to get more information and ask questions. Capacity Builders Inc.

assists tribal, governmental, and non-profit agencies who serve culturally diverse and at-risk populations build their organizational and financial capacity so they have the resources available to them and the skill sets required to improve the quality of life for those they serve and are able to be successful in accomplishing their goals.

assists tribal, governmental, and non-profit agencies who serve culturally diverse and at-risk populations build their organizational and financial capacity so they have the resources available to them and the skill sets required to improve the quality of life for those they serve and are able to be successful in accomplishing their goals.

Operating as usual

04/29/2022

TOP’s 1st Youth Community Advisory Board Meeting was a Success! 🎉
It was Great to hear our TOP participants inputs, suggestions, and feedback to how we can better serve them.
#TPP20
#TOPRocks

04/28/2022

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month – Love Our Children

Phrase of the Day: Nizhónígo Nee Ado’ááł – “Have a nice day.” As we rush to start our day, we may forget to tell our children to have a good day. As our children leave, reminder them that you love them and are wishing them the best by telling them to have a good day as they leave home.

04/27/2022

Take Care of Yourself During Finals

- Plan ahead: Set goals & prioritizes from most to least intense
- Get enough sleep: listen to your body and get some rest
- Self-care: Do something you enjoy every day for at least 20 minutes
- Positive affirmations: Keep a positive perspective & mindset

04/26/2022

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month - Love Our Children

Word of the Day: Shiyázhí – “My Little One.” Remember the warmth and love you feel when you hear your loved one calls you, “Shiyázhí.” Let us continue to show our children the same warmth and love.

04/26/2022

T’á̜á̜chil (April) Presentation Schedule

Join us the remainder of T’á̜á̜chil (April) for our 6 remaining Facebook Live presentations! Share to let your family & friends know!

Join Stanley Reddye tomorrow at 11:00AM for a cultural presentation on Mother Earth & Father Sky!

Happy Monday All 💘💟
04/18/2022

Happy Monday All 💘💟

04/13/2022
04/13/2022

Child Abuse Prevention Month

Sha'álchíní - "My Children”

Our children are special, unique, and beautiful. Let us today, hold the children in our lives and say "you are an important part of this family", "there is no one else in the world like you", or "I am proud of you" ❤

03/31/2022
03/29/2022

Yá’át’ééh Abiní! Join Nyla & Curtis this morning at 9:00AM as they will be presenting on Traditional Foods.

03/29/2022

Yá’át’ééh! Join us throughout the month of Wóózhch’į́į́d (March) for cultural presentations!

All presentations will be Facebook Lives, so visit our page at the date and time listed to join us.

03/25/2022

TPP20 Team discussing relational interaction during our CBI Staff Training. A great way to keep our team aligned with Safe Space and effective Communication for successful teamwork.
#CBI
#TOPRocks

03/23/2022

TPP20 Prevention Educators finishing the NM Presumptive Eligibility Training

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03/20/2022

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Today Spring begins, let us take the time to be thankful for the winter season we had and prepare for the warm days approaching.

03/16/2022

Spring Break is here!

Some of us are doing a staycation at home and might have already run out things to do. Here are some things you can do individually or with your family.

03/11/2022

Tanisha and Thomalisa attending TOP Training Of Trainer’s Follow up call.
#TPP20
#TOPRocks

03/09/2022

Happy International Women’s Day from DBMHS. “We need women who are so strong they can be gentle, so educated they can be humble, so fierce they can be compassionate, so passionate they can be rational, and so disciplined they can be free.” -Kavita Ramdas

NHS TOP Prevention Educators  received an appreciation gift from the NHS Admin Staff. #TPP20#TopRocks
03/04/2022

NHS TOP Prevention Educators received an appreciation gift from the NHS Admin Staff.
#TPP20
#TopRocks

03/04/2022

Yá’át’ééh! Join us throughout the month of Wóózhch’į́į́d (March) for cultural presentations!

All presentations will be Facebook Lives, so visit our page at the date and time listed to join us.

03/02/2022

There’s no losing…only learning
Feast with the people you Starved with ….
-Dougie Hall

Happiest Birthday to our Executive Director, Camelle 🎂🎉💐 Thank you for all you do for our CBI family 🧡🤍#CBI
03/02/2022

Happiest Birthday to our Executive Director, Camelle 🎂🎉💐 Thank you for all you do for our CBI family 🧡🤍
#CBI

🦅Hello March 🦅The baby eagles have grown big and noisy. It is because of their noise the month of March was named Woozhc...
03/01/2022

🦅Hello March 🦅

The baby eagles have grown big and noisy. It is because of their noise the month of March was named Woozhch’iid. There are also other baby animals being born at this time. It is lambing season for the Navajo sheep and other livestock.

Spring is evident by the blades of tender tumbleweed grass covering the ground like pieces of thin carpet. The weather is unpredictable. The wind is stronger than the month before. The day can start out sunny and calm and abruptly change to a snowstorm, and then back to cold wind.

A March snowstorm is called ‘ayahi neidinoyodi, the in-law chaser. The Navajos tease each other that if they are an in-law they better show their in-laws that they are hard workers even in the snow storm and that they don’t run away when a storm is approaching like some in-laws do.
* nhonews.com

#Navajo #NavajoNation #Diné #DinéNation
**Copied from Phenomenal Navajo

🦅Hello March 🦅

The baby eagles have grown big and noisy. It is because of their noise the month of March was named Woozhch’iid. There are also other baby animals being born at this time. It is lambing season for the Navajo sheep and other livestock.

Spring is evident by the blades of tender tumbleweed grass covering the ground like pieces of thin carpet. The weather is unpredictable. The wind is stronger than the month before. The day can start out sunny and calm and abruptly change to a snowstorm, and then back to cold wind.

A March snowstorm is called ‘ayahi neidinoyodi, the in-law chaser. The Navajos tease each other that if they are an in-law they better show their in-laws that they are hard workers even in the snow storm and that they don’t run away when a storm is approaching like some in-laws do.
* nhonews.com

#Navajo #NavajoNation #Diné #DinéNation

03/01/2022

Good evening everyone! Reminder to join Nyla Seweingyawma & Curtis Kay as they present on Wóózhch'í̜í̜d tomorrow at 9:00AM!

02/23/2022

Corrected Flyer - February Cultural Presentations

Join Rita Gilmore & Stanley Reddye, Traditional Practitioners throughout the month of February for cultural presentations.

Blessed Wednesday Morning TOP family💖 Stay positive today and git’r dunn! Smile and enjoy the day 🧡
02/23/2022

Blessed Wednesday Morning TOP family💖 Stay positive today and git’r dunn! Smile and enjoy the day 🧡

02/23/2022

Yá'át'ééh Abiní! Join us today, Nyla & Curtis will be presenting on the Thunder Returns at 9:00AM.

02/23/2022

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