Healthy Indian Country Initiative promising prevention practices resource guide

Date: 2009
(For resources, this is the publication date. For programs, this is the date posted.)

Information

Type:  Manual
Author:  National Indian Health Board
Publisher:  DHHS Office of Minority Health

The purpose of the Resource Guide is to highlight the work of the 14 Healthy Indian Country Initiative Tribal grantees’ prevention projects/programs, including suicide prevention programs, and to provide information for other Tribal communities to examine these community-based prevention practices and learn strategies and lessons for effective implementation of prevention programs. The long-term goal of this work is to inform and improve prevention programs and services in Indian Country by providing information that other Tribal communities can use to make their Tribal programs more effective and continue the replication of these “promising prevention programs.” 
 

Populations:  American Indians and Alaska Natives
Planning and Implementing:  Cultural Competence