1. 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...
  2. 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....
  3. 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...
  4. Strengthening Systems of Care and Learning with Native Communities From Birth to Career

    Supporting the development of responsive educational systems that provide a place-based, culturally appropriate education for young Native American children can help ensure their academic and social success at a foundational age, a report from the American Indian College Fund finds. The report, Tribal College and University Childhood Education Initiatives: Strengthening Systems of Care...
  5. Indian Sign-Language Dictionary with Academic, Legal, Medical Terms

    There about more then 7 million deaf individuals in India. ISL is important. Yet, until now, it had no published dictionary. Now the Indian Sign Language Research and Training Centre (ISLRTC), a government-funded organization, offers the first published ISL dictionary. The project took two years. It includes 3,000 Hindi and...
  6. Rural Opioid Educational Resources

    The number of Americans being impacted by the misuse and abuse of opioids has reached epidemic levels. As opioid overdoses become more common, a serious threat continues to be in rural communities that lack the capacity to deal with the issue on their own. The National Organization of State Offices of...
  7. Pathways to Retention in HIV Care Among U.S. Veterans

    Retaining HIV patients in clinical care is a critical component of the HIV care continuum, impacting not only patients’ virologic suppression, but their overall health and wellbeing. Understanding reasons for patient drop-out is therefore important to improve HIV outcomes and reduce transmission. This study used qualitative in-depth interviews with patients...
  8. Opioid Overdose Prevention Toolkit (Updated 2018)

    The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA) 2018 updated Opioid Overdose Prevention Toolkit is now available as a free download. The toolkit now features facts for community members, essential steps for first responders, prescribing recommendations, and safety advice for patients and family members. This is an essential tool...
  9. Joining Community Forces to Strengthen and Sustain Human Services

    Families and communities are stronger when they have access to the vital building blocks of health and well-being. Community-based organizations, in partnership with the philanthropic and the government sector, provide those essential building blocks. A National Imperative: Joining Forces to Strengthen Human Services in America is a report commissioned by the...
  10. Supporting Health Equity for LGTBQ and Two Spirit People

    The Indian Health Service (IHS) works to ensure that Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning and Two Spirit (LGBTQ-2S) American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) individuals and their families receive equal access to health services in the communities where they live. IHS carries out this work by providing enhanced resources for...