National Indian Women's

Health Resource Center

Celebrating Native People's Health and Well-Being


The National Indian Women's Health Resource Center is committed to supporting Tribal and Urban communities by providing the following services:

Development and Dissemination of Health information for Consumers and Health Professionals

PowerPoint presentations, brochures, video on a variety of health topics including:
Suicide Prevention/Mental Health, Cervical Cancer 101, HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, Drugs and Alcohol, Myths and Facts About Underage Drinking, Talking with your Child, Teenager, or Young Adult about Opioids, and What Parents Can Do, are available on the website or by mail.

Staff and consultants provide strategic planning, conduct focus groups for needs assessments, program analysis, program planning, and grant writing training.

HIV/AIDS Training, Curriculum,and Coalition Building

HIV/AIDS 101 training and other more advanced training curriculums are available to communities who want to provide information and awareness to their communities regarding HIV/AIDS/HEPC and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI). In addition, information is available on how to build coalitions that will address the spread of HIV/AIDS/HEPC. 

Youth Programs

1. The Circle of Positive Choices curriculum is available to train youth in healthy lifestyles.
2. A Healthy Relationship Skills curriculum is also available to train youth in developing healthy choices and other skills that they need in making good life decisions for a successful future.                                        3. Youth Making a Difference is taught to 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students.


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