TSP RAINBOW BRIDGE INITIATIVES are a collaboration with New Mexico Navajo Nation to help meet the needs of children, women, families and community leaders.

Rainbow Bridge Initiative #1: What’s in a Story School Program currently reaches 1000+ students in over 40 classrooms per semester

“Wisdom” stories, transformative self-care exercises, sign language and Diné-Bizaad (Navajo) vocabulary, fun ways for students to participate and interact. Our partners include: San Juan County and McKinley County: Indian Hills, Catherine A Miller, Chee Dodge, Tohatchi, Naschitti, Gallup Headstart, NTU-Childcare Center, Shiprock Career Prep Early Childhood Center, Nizhoni, Eva B Stokely, Mesa, Dream Diné, Farmington Public Library / Boys and Girls Club, Ch’ooshgai, Twin Lakes, Rocky View

Rainbow Bridge Initiative #2: Strengthening Hearts and Minds for Navajo mothers

A bilingual (English/Diné-Bizaad) program offering holistic self-care for Navajo mothers facing depression and trauma, facilitated by 3 unique women specialists in the fields of education, healing and self-care. Program includes traditional women’s practices, healing and indigenous foods, rejuvenating exercises for chronic stress, leadership and family communication.

Rainbow Bridge Initiative #3: Self-Care for Community Leaders

Take a Minute™ Restorative Movement Practice offer simple exercises for community leaders that refresh, reset and relieve—rejuvenating the human spirit. Program reaches educators, human service and health care professionals, domestic violence advocates, counselors and youth leaders.