Educational Resources for Youth and Adults
- Apsáalooke Tribal Histories Project
Online lessons on the history of the Crow tribe.
- Healing of the Canoe
Curriculum for youth focused on suicide and substance abuse prevention, using community-specific traditions and beliefs to strengthen youths’ connection to their communities and cultures, and strengthen their hope and optimism.
- Healthy Native Youth
One-stop-shop for tribal health educators, teachers, and parents, providing the training and tools needed to access and deliver effective, age-appropriate programs.
- Multimedia Circle of Life (MCOL)
Sexual risk-reduction program designed for ages 10-12 years, teaching skills such as goal setting, decision making, and standing up to peer pressure.
- Native It’s Your Game (NIYG)
Sexual health curriculum that was adapted for middle school youth, 12-14 years-old.
- Responding to Concerning Posts on Social Media (webinar)
Prepares adults who work with Native youth to identify youth who post or view concerning posts on social media, and connect them to appropriate services.
- StyleHorse Collective
Group of indigenous artists who work with tribal organizations to create inspiring and educational film and music projects.
- Tribal Health – Reaching out InVolves Everyone (THRIVE)
Suicide prevention project working to reduce suicide rates by increasing tribal capacity to prevent suicide and by improving regional collaborations.
- We R Native
Comprehensive health resource for Native youth, by Native youth, providing content and stories about the topics that matter most to them.
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