Native American/Alaska Native

Community Resources

The Chickasaw Nation has shared sample caring contact cards that include a message in the Chickasaw...

Research and Outcomes

The Chickasaw Nation Departments of Health and Family Services began Zero Suicide implementation in September 2016, first starting in the emergency department (ED) and soon after...

Community Resources

The Puyallup Tribal Health Authority developed a caring letter template that includes caring phrases...

Community Resources

Adapted by the THRIVE project at the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board, this document can...

Populations and Settings

Suicide rates are up to three times higher among Indigenous Native American and Alaska Native people than among any other racial or ethnic group in the United States.

Videos and Podcasts

Lived Experience expert Diana Cortez-Yanez relates the care she received that made a positive impact on her recovery.

Articles and Readings

In this interview from The Rural Monitor, Dr. Don Warne touches on some of the root causes of the...

Videos and Podcasts

Esther Tenorio, Project Director, Katishtya Embraces Youth Wellness and Hope (KEYWAH), San Felipe Pueblo, discusses aligning evidence-based programs with Indigenous ways of life...

Implementation Tools

This manual is intended to make motivational interviewing easy to learn and use in practice with Native...

Articles and Readings

This two-page fact sheet features a strengths-based intervention that identifies the needs of youth and...

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