1. The Opioid Crisis and Racial/Ethnic Minority Populations

    This resources page is being built by ongoing virtual learning community participants of the HHS Office of Minority Health’s webinar series “The Opioid Crisis and Racial/Ethnic Minority Populations.” Resources shared within the learning community will help to populate this page and continue the learning on prevention, treatment and culturally and linguistically appropriate services...
  2. Racial Inequities in Drug Arrests: Treatment in Lieu of and After Incarceration

    Drug arrests and incarcerations have deep and lasting consequences for the health and well-being of people involved in the criminal justice system as well as their families and communities. Two issues are at stake: law enforcement practices and opportunities for treatment. The increased racial inequity in felony arrest rates also...
  3. Healthy Native Youth Reach and Impact Program: HIV/AIDS

    HIV awareness and consistent, widespread access to stigma-free HIV testing is especially important in our communities, because as many as 34% of the American Indian and Alaska Native people living with HIV infection do not know it. People who don’t know that they are living with HIV don’t seek the...
  4. Project THANKS: Examining HIV/AIDS-Related Barriers and Facilitators to Care in African American Women: A Community Perspective

    Project THANKS, (Turning HIV/AIDS into Knowledge for Sisters), is an evidence-based intervention that utilizes a community-based participatory and empowerment building approach for African American female substance abusers living with HIV and other chronic diseases. Receiving input from African American women living with HIV related comorbidities was essential in improving the intervention...
  5. Resources for Dealing With and Responding to Mental Illness

    Many people don’t know how to provide comfort or respond appropriately in times of need or crisis. Instead of listening and taking the time to provide a constructive response, they jump to conclusions. They say the first thing that comes to mind, or in other words, they react. This can...
  6. United States Census, 2020; Engage Your Community

    Every 10 years, the U.S. Census Bureau undertakes a mammoth task: counting all the people residing in the United States. This count affects the allocation of funding for a community’s public resources (e.g., roads, hospitals,schools), how to plan for the future, and the communities voice in government. However many times ethnic minority...
  7. Mental Health: Taking Care of Yourself & Loved Ones

    There is a tremendous amount of uncertainty in today’s immigration enforcement environment. Not knowing what you can expect for your future, or the futures of your family and friends, is stressful. Even as you may be experiencing anxiety, you can simultaneously be connecting to community or family members in ways...
  8. National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day Resources and Practices

    September 27 is National Gay Men’s HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NGMHAAD). Despite comprising an estimated 2% of the national population, Gay and Bisexual Men account for two-thirds of new HIV diagnoses in the U.S. According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1 in 6 Gay and Bisexual Men living with...