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COVID-19 has hit tribal members hard, especially those with opioid use disorders. Learn how providers and their American Indian/Alaska Native patients are adapting by offering safe treatment, prevention, and recovery services by telehealth, phone, and in person—all while respecting tribes' unique needs and cultures.
Posted 9/8/2020 (updated 9/25/2020)
The attached posters were created with funding from SAMHSA’s American Indian Alaska Native (AI/AN) Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC). They contain positive messages for tribal teens and the ability to brand with your organization.
Lessons Learned From Listening Sessions With Five Tribes in Minnesota.
The Helping Patients Living in Rural Areas Transition from Hospital to Home -- The ROADMAP Study was designed to evaluate the effectiveness of a hospital discharge planning program designed for patients living in rural areas on reducing readmissions and emergency department (ED) visits compared with usual discharge planning services.
The Indian Health Service (IHS) has funded the International Association of Forensic Nurses to deliver training related to the identification, collection, and preservation of medical forensic evidence obtained during the treatment of victims of sexual and domestic violence.
In Minnesota, American Indians have five to six times the opioid overdose death rate of other groups—the largest such disparity in the United States. This webinar occurred on July 10, 2020.
Presentation on Considerations for Tribal and Urban Programs Wanting to Transition to Telebehavioral Health. Includes information on HCPCS/CPT Codes, and use scenarios.
Posted 6/17/2020 (updated 6/19/2020)
The Opportunity Agenda has identified recommendations for talking about COVID-19 with racial, economic, and health equity in mind. To help in this effort, adults must model acceptance and compassion in their words and behavior.
Posted 6/16/2020 (updated 6/19/2020)
This cross-sectional study included all counties and county-equivalent divisions in the US in 2016. Data on racial/ethnic population distribution were derived from the American Community Survey, and data on locations of facilities providing methadone and buprenorphine were obtained from Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration databases.
Posted 6/11/2020 (updated 8/4/2020)
In order to get and keep America open states, tribes, localities, and territories must be able to quickly identify new cases, break chains of transmission, and protect first responders and health care workers from infection. The purpose of this site is to serve as an easily accessible repository of guidelines, tools, and resources from CDC and others for states, tribes, localities, and territories.