1. RISING SUN: Measuring Effectiveness of Suicide Prevention Rural & Tribal Communities

    Reducing the Incidence of Suicide in Indigenous Groups – Strengths United through Networks (RISING SUN) is an initiative of the 2015-2017 US Arctic Council Chairmanship. RISING SUN has produced a number of useful tools, including an online toolkit. This toolkit was designed to help clinicians, communities, policymakers, and researchers measure the impact and effectiveness of suicide prevention efforts in...
  2. Engaging New Allies in the Health Equity Movement

    This report summarizes highlights and recommendations that emerged from Health Equity Initiative’s 2018 Summit Innovation Think Tanks. The Think Tanks format was instrumental to facilitate a consultative process and enabled summit participants to develop a shared vision on four important themes, which the Summit explored also via panel discussions: Strategies...
  3. 2018 LGBTQ Youth Report

    In 2012, the Human Rights Campaign’s (HRC) groundbreaking research, Growing up LGBT in America, reported on the experiences of over 10,000 LGBTQ-identified youth aged 13-17 and painted a stark picture of the difficulties they faced. Since 2012, LGBTQ Americans have seen tremendous strides toward equality and inclusion in the workplace,...
  4. Early Childhood is Critical to Health Equity

    The first few years of life are crucial in establishing a child’s path toward—or away from—health and well-being across the entire lifespan. This report, produced by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, in partnership with the University of California, San Francisco, examines some of the barriers to health equity that begin...
  5. Integration of Immigrants: 10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know

    This infographic from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (National Academies) presents ten statistics to counter common misconceptions about immigrants in America. For more statistics, read the National Academies’ report, The Integration of Immigrants into American Society. Population of focus: American immigrants Links to resource: View the infographic Integration of Immigrants: 10 Things...
  6. Women of Color Health Databook, Fourth Edition

    By 2043, the United States is predicted to become a majority “minority” nation of Hispanics and other non-whites, including African Americans, American Indians/Alaska Natives, and Asians/Pacific Islanders. By 2050, women of color will represent 53 percent of the total U.S. female population. Introduced in October 2014, by The Office of Research...
  7. NPA to End Health Disparities Quarterly Newsletters

    The National Partnership for Action (NPA) Quarterly Newsletter highlights the actions and achievements of the Regional Health Equity Councils, Federal Interagency Health Equity Team, NPA Partners, and stakeholders. Articles include NPA updates, announcements, events, spotlight pieces and recent blog posts. If you would like to see the current edition, please click the...
  8. His Health: Raising Culturally Affirming Healthcare Services for Gay Black Men

    His Health is the product of collaboration among Black gay men, healthcare and service providers, public health professionals, federal health agencies, LGBT advocates, and community stakeholders. This dynamic training tool provides continuing education courses led by experts, portraits of innovative models of care, and a plethora of evidence-based resources to support...
  9. Haumea: Transforming the Health of Native Hawaiian Women and Empowering Wāhine Well-Being

    This new publication from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs examines important issues impacting Native Hawaiian females from keiki to kupuna, including mental and emotional well-being, suicidality, physical health, chronic diseases, maternal and child health, intimate partner violence, incarceration, economic wellness, poverty rates, underrepresented occupations, gender wage gaps, and much more....
  10. Viva PrEP: New Spanish-language HIV Prevention Tool

    El objetivo de Viva PrEP es incrementar la conciencia sobre PrEP como una herramienta efectiva para la prevención del VIH en la extensa comunidad latina, así como aumentar el uso de PrEP dentro de los hombres latinos que tienen sexo con hombres y de las mujeres transgénero. Co-developed by Instituto Familiar de la Raza (IFR) with input from the Latino community, Viva PrEP’s goal is to increase awareness of PrEP as an effective HIV prevention tool in the broader Latino community, as well...