The Red Bird Center is a Trauma Recovery Center, located in the forest in southeastern Ohio. Our mission is to provide opportunities for healing, education, and community celebration for individuals and families who have suffered trauma and loss. Our foundation is centered in the "Indigenous Healing Model" that restores the spirit and brings unity and connection within communities. We are a Multicultural Healing Center that celebrates and welcomes all cultures and faiths. The Red Bird Center has been in operation since 1997 and is a Native non-profit organization.
The basic philosophy of the Center is as follows:
Anyone who seeks to heal...can
Healing is a creative process
The answers to our healing are as unique as we are
Personal responsibility is absolutely essential
Healing that invites Spirit into the experience, honoring the truth of the soul, is the most successful (We honor that each Faith and Culture has a beautiful expression of the Spirit.)
Healing occurs most powerfully with the support of one's community
Right now, in our society, we need to heal ourselves and the Earth. Disharmony among the people is great, but so are the healing opportunities. The Center's Founder, Shianne Eagleheart, and the Staff are dedicated to the healing of the Earth and Her people: all nations, all creeds.
The Center is also active in Restorative Justice, promoting a healing model to effectively respond to crime in America and support the development of safer communities.
Upcoming Events: 2019
RBC Native 12 Step Recovery Circle
2nd and 4th Thursdays of every month
Passages, Columbus, OH
Student and Faculty Training on Group Therapy, Dream Work, Community Healing and Compassion Fatigue
RBC Family and Community Staff Retreat
April 26th - 27th
Roehampton University, London UK
Wounded Bear Faculty and Student Training
RBC Valor Home / Freedom House Veteran's Healing Retreats
June 7th-8th, October 4th-5th, December 6th-7th
Children's Celebration Weekend, Red Bird Center
RBC / Family and Community Services Annual Professional's Retreat