Positive Indian Parenting (PIP), is a curriculum developed by the National Indian Child Welfare Association (NICWA) to parents and families remember Native teachings and practice them. There are 8 sessions grounded in traditional Native teachings about child rearing. PIP facilitates local adaptation through discussion questions and exercises. PIP can be provided in group settings, in-home one-on-one instruction, and virtual instruction.

Help parents use traditional indigenous practices to raise their children in safe, supportive environments and to develop parenting attitudes, values, and skills rooted in cultural heritage.