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Opportunities Not Opioids Scholarship

     Throughout our community we have lost many youth to opioid misuse and abuse. ICFPP's goal is to raise awareness about substance misuse and to provide alternative opportunities for youth to build self-confidence, self-awareness, empowerment, and a positive outlook on life.
     Four Native Youth (age 13-24) will receive a $500 scholarship to support educational, athletic, or academic enrichment activities. All applications will be reviewed by the ICFPP Scholarship Committee. Applications can be found HERE or HERE (fillable PDF) and can be submitted to for review.

Congratulations to Salvador P. one of our scholarship winners

Tribal Outreach - Acorns to Oak Trees

Saturday, October 7th, 2024 ICFPP co-hosted a Tribal Outreach Event at the Sonoma County Indian Health Project (SCIHP) with Acorns to Oak Trees and the North Bay Regional Center. 


Free speech and occupational therapy assessments for children of all ages were conducted. The goal of the event is to raise awareness of intellectual and developmental disabilities in our tribal communities and connect to appropriate resources.


Follow-up questions? Reach out to Season Goodpasture at 760-638-9668 or email


Opioid Overdose Prevention

ICFPP received the Opioid Overdose Prevention Grant from the California Rural Indian Health Board to help spread education around opioid misuse and prevention.

We hosted a youth prevention series over zoom that completed in May 2022. ICFPP will be partnering with the Sonoma County Indian Health Project to support a Youth Big Time July 23rd at Keiser Park in Windsor, CA.


Opioid Prevention Grant - Digital Storytelling

In collaboration with the STORYCENTER the ICFPP worked with community members to develop their own digital stories. Stories touch on opioid misuse, please take care while watching.

Dreamz Not Drugz

In an effort to address substance use and abuse in our community, Dreamz Not Drugz in an annual Native you and family campout designed to offer ongoing access and cultural experiences for traditional, hands-on activities. It also allows youth to build a safe supportive network of peers, adults and service providers. 

Each year we focus on a community driven need and address health and wellness for our families.

We have postponed Dreamz Not Drugz due to COVID-19 precautions since 2020. We look forward to reestablishing in Summer 2023.

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