The focus of the Healing The Circle in Our Tribal Communities Symposium is to bring awareness of the importance of safe and healthy environments for our Native people. This symposium will help to bring awareness to the issues of domestic violence in Tribal communities. Our training will provide advocates and survivors cutting edge content and in-depth information on women’s empowerment along with positive healthy relationships.
Topics for the Symposium (including but not limited to):
• Domestic Violence
• Positive Healthy Relationships
• Women’s Empowerment
• Elder Abuse Awareness
• Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women
Travel Accommodations Details:
Below is a list of hotels that are within driving distance to the Native Learning Center Training Facility. For reservations, call or book online. A guest room block is not available for this training: however, any one of these hotels will honor the GSA rate. Guests will need to show their government ID upon check-in.
*All listed hotels are within 9 miles of the Native Learning Center.
Hyatt House| 954-922-0217
90 SW 18th Ave, Dania Beach, FL, 33004
Hyatt Place| 954-922-0436
91 SW 18th Ave, Dania Beach, FL, 33004
Comfort Suites Fort Lauderdale | 954-771-4800
191 SW 19th Court, Dania Beach, FL, 33004
Hampton Inn Suites Fort Lauderdale | 954-922-0011
2500 Stirling Road, Hollywood, FL, 33020
Best Western Plus Fort Lauderdale ARPT | 954-926-7300
1900 Stirling Road, Dania Beach, FL, 33020
Holiday Inn Airport | 954-925-9100
2905 Sheridan Street, Hollywood, FL, 33020
Extended Stay America Suites | 954-476-1211
7550 State Road 84, Davie, FL, 33317
Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton | 954-922-0011
2500 Stirling Road, Hollywod, FL, 33020
Registration is FREE for Native Americans and Those Working Within Indian Country. In accordance with 2 CFR Chapter II Part 200, OMB Super Circular, Subpart E (Cost Principles), Provision 200.432 (Conferences), the Native Learning Center exercises discretion and judgment in ensuring that costs for conferences, training, technical assistance, and all other meetings and events (including retreats, seminars, symposiums, workshops, etc.), are appropriate, necessary, and managed in a manner that minimizes costs to its Federal award.
For more information on this symposium, please contact the NLC at 954.985.2315.