1. Incorporating Traditional Fitness and Indigenous Foods into Tribal Communities

    The Bad River Tribe designed three curriculums to support their children’s programming in the Birch Hill Housing Community that better reflect and culturally support healthier lifestyles: Ancestral Diet Curriculums for Kids, Ancestral Eating Recipes, and Indigenized Fitness for Kids.  These curriculums could be utilized or adapted by tribal communities to...
  2. Amigos y Amantes: Animating HIV Prevention for at-risk Spanish Speakers

    El Centro de Educación de Trabajadores, in partnership with Pride for Youth, Circulo de la Hispanidad, and The Prevention Collaborative created a Spanish-language resource, Amigos Y Amantes. This website is an interactive online educational intervention focused on HIV prevention for at-risk Spanish speaking members of the Latinx community. It includes animated content, as...
  3. Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Toolbox

    Find tools that help states, tribes, and communities use IECMHC to promote the mental health and school readiness of young children from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation (IECMHC) Toolbox offers free interactive planning tools, guides, videos, and other...
  4. Project Venture: A Positive Youth Development Program

    Project Venture is a Positive Youth Development approach, with a unique culturally-based group development process and does not focus on deficits, but on the positive behaviors and healthy lifestyles that National Indian Youth Leadership Project (NIYLP) wants young people to choose. Project Venture is a year long sequence of challenges and growth...
  5. School-Wide Restorative Practices

    This School-Wide Restorative Practices: Step by Step guide is written for educators, families, and community members who understand that traditional, punitive discipline policies and practices are ineffective, do not support students, and have a disproportionate impact on students of color. Created by the Denver School-Based Restorative Practices Partnership, this guide hopes to...
  6. 2015 U.S. Transgender Survey: Reports on the Experiences of Black Respondents and Latino/a Respondents

    The National Center for Transgender Equality, Black Trans Advocacy, and National Black Justice Coalition released the 2015 U.S. Transgender Survey: Report on the Experiences of Black Respondents. This report focuses on the unique experiences, including behavioral health disparities, of the 796 survey respondents who identified as black or African-American. Nearly half (47 percent) of black...
  7. Community Engagement, Precision Medicine, and Native Health

    The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) released a new toolkit, called Community Engagement, Precision Medicine, and Native Health. This health equity toolkit was developed to implement what was learned from American Indian / Alaska Native communities about their perceived risks and benefits of participation in the NIH All of Us...
  8. Mental Health Services for Latino Youth: Bridging Culture and Evidence

    Because one in four Americans under the age of 18 is Latino, UnidosUS frames the current lack of widespread services as a national concern that potentially can be reformed through funded research and policy. The report recommends reaching Latino youths by using tactics such as hiring bilingual, culturally competent practitioners...