These are the amazing organizations that have worked with the Peacekeeper Society. We have proudly created mentoring opportunities, storytelling projects, Wellness activities and experiential Native programs for these awesome folks!. We continue to serve many of them on a routine basis.

Please check out their websites and support their programs.

Nak Nu We Sha:  Yakama Nation Foster Care Program 
The mission of the NNWS Program is the prevention of the disintegration of its Indian Families through early intervention and remediation services. Peacekeeper Society provides monthly cultural and mentoring programs for the families and youth.   (509) 865-5121 ext 6800

Yakama Nation Museum
The mission of the Yakama Nation Museum is to care for, collect and protect the items that promote and preserve the Yakama Nation culture. Peacekeeper Society has created and hosted numerous cultural programs in partnership with the museum.  (509) 865-2800 ext 1

Newport Academy
The Newport Academy is the nation’s leader in providing teen treatment for adolescents suffering from mental health, behavioral health and substance abuse issues. They have locations in California & Connecticut. Peacekeeper Society provides week long mentoring programs and storytelling therapy for the families, youth and staff every 3 months on both coasts. (866) 815-6020

Washington State University
The “Cougs” and the “Peacekeepers” have a tight bond! Peacekeeper Society delivered a keynote speech for their 12th Annual “Globalization, Diversity, Education” conference as well as the Alhadeff Future Teachers of Color conference. They also gave gave a keynote for the Writing Program and rocked out an awesome mentoring workshop for the student tutors. Go Cougs!

Lincoln Elementary, Toppenish WA
The Peacekeeper Mentor team gave a cool storytelling and flute playing session to the kids on Native American Heritage Month. (509) 865-4555

“Kamee’s Voice of Healing” Conference, Yakama Nation
Kamee’s Voice is a Native nonprofit that brings awareness to suicide/bullying by creating mental health workshops. The Peacekeepers provided a workshop to address bullying and suicide using traditional Native stories.