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American Indian Alaskan Native

Home Visiting Program Reduces Behavioral Risks in American Indian Teen Mothers and Their Infants

Findings from the National Institute on Drug Abuse suggest that the Family Spirit home visiting program helps reduce maternal and early childhood behavioral problems, potentially promoting the long-term public health of under-resourced reservation communities.

Promising Practices in Cultural Competence

This Web page provides examples of promising practices in cultural competence in various settings and communities.

Indian Health Service Cross Cultural Medicine Fact Sheet

In Navajo Area Indian Health Service healthcare facilities, understanding the subtleties of interpersonal relationships is important in healthcare practice.

Native Youth & Culture Fund Request for Letters of Intent

First Nations Development Institute

Developmental Screening Tool Kit for Primary Care Providers

This tool kit provides primary care providers with useful resources on screening tools, implementation, billing and referring, and examples from the field.

Circles of Care: Creating Models of Care for American Indian and Alaska Native Youth

In the winter 2010 issue of their newsletter, SAMHSA featured Circles of Care, a program that supports tribal communities in developing culturally appropriate strategies to address the behavioral a