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Indian Parent & Child Program 

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Our Program Services

Indian Parent & Child Services (IPCS) is an off-reservation prevention program focused on Native family preservation and the prevention of child abuse and neglect.

IPCS works with parents from all tribes, whether at-risk or not, to strengthen family functioning through culturally aligned parenting education, ICWA advocacy, kinship recruitment and support, and community referrals.

IPCS adheres to the Indian Child Welfare Act and advocates that Native children stay in Native homes. Looking for parenting information and other resources?

Interested in becoming a Native foster parent? Please contact us and follow us on Facebook for monthly workshops and events.


Call to Action

Your referral can make a difference

Visiting the office? IPCS is located on the 3rd floor, office # 312, (closed for lunch daily, 12:30-1:00 pm)

"ICWA is a best practice that has been a very successful policy for Indian Country, to right the wrongs of the Indian removal period and make sure that our families remain whole and our nations remain whole,"
Tyson Johnston: Vice Chairman of  Quinault Nation 2019

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