Da’luk Youth Program Activities
Through evidence-based, culturally informed activities, the Da’luk Youth Program promotes leadership and advocacy skills, healthy risk taking, and social and emotional capacity-building. During the current COVID-19 pandemic, our programming is online only, but we are putting plans in place to provide safe in-person meetings, in accordance with local, state, and federal public health mandates and recommendations.
- Weekly youth group meetings
- Health and Wellness-oriented skill-building and experiential activities
- Culturally-rooted health and wellness guidance
- Community-oriented advocacy and leadership projects
- Participation in an annual youth summit
- Digital media production opportunities
- Traditional cultural bearer presentations
- Participation incentives for youth
New Group Starting Up Now
NCIDC’s Da’luk Youth Program is proud to announce a new group for Native Youth in 10th–12th grades, starting on January 27th! The Da’luk Youth Program is focused on leadership skills, advocacy, and social justice, all centered on culture, health and wellness.
If you are a Humboldt County youth and are passionate about making a difference in your community, join us and take our intake survey: https://dalukncidc.questionpro.com/
If you are a parent or educator and would like to know more, contact the Da’luk Youth Program Social Worker, Vincent Feliz at firstname.lastname@example.org, the Da’luk Youth Program Coordinator, Carolyn Smith at email@example.com, or call us at 707-445-8451.
The first 10 youth to sign up will get a gift card worth $25.00!
photo by Vincent Feliz