National American Indian & Alaska Native PTTC

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Culture-Based Prevention for Youth

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Resources for HIV/AIDS

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National American Indian & Alaska Native PTTC

The National American Indian & Alaska Native Prevention Technology Transfer Center (NAIAN-PTTC) aims to provide training and technical assistance services to the substance abuse prevention field including professionals, para-professionals, organizations and others in the prevention community focused on American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities.

NAIAN-PTTC activities and services are focused on developing and disseminating culturally appropriate tools and strategies needed to improve the capacity of prevention specialists to deliver effective, culturally informed, evidence-based/knowledge practices with the intent of enhancing the quality of substance abuse prevention interventions, trainings and other prevention activities in AI/AN communities.

The mission of the NAIAN-PTTC is to strengthen and promote systematic behavioral health practice improvements for Native providers in order to honor and contribute to the health and well-being of tribal and urban Indian communities, as well as training non-Native providers using culturally informed practices so that communities have the resources to care for their people in the most culturally informed and knowledge – based way and Native providers can determine how to integrate western practices into their traditional methods.
 

NEWS

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Bridging our Past, Present and Future - A Native Youth Round Table

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Leadership Academy Cohort III Graduation in California

UPCOMING EVENTS

Jan

26

Indigenous Resiliency: Indigenous Ways of Knowing for Thriving Prevention Programs Workshop Series

Indigenous Resiliency: Indigenous Ways of Knowing for Thriving Prevention Programs Workshop Series

Feb

23

Indigenous Resiliency: Indigenous Ways of Knowing for Thriving Prevention Programs Workshop Series

Indigenous Resiliency: Indigenous Ways of Knowing for Thriving Prevention Programs Workshop Series

Mar

23

Indigenous Resiliency: Indigenous Ways of Knowing for Thriving Prevention Programs Workshop Series

Indigenous Resiliency: Indigenous Ways of Knowing for Thriving Prevention Programs Workshop Series

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