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Strategic Prevention Framework for Native Americans

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Strategic Prevention Framework for Native American Communities Training


Presentation by Shari Sprong and Aleya Martin of Health Resources in Action

SPF for Native American Communities.pdf

Resource List


Activity Handouts

Assessment Activity

Risk and Protective Factors

Planning Activity

Logic Model Template

Logic Model Sample 


SAMHSA - Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Strategic Prevention Framework 

Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grants thru 2010.pdf

Circles of Care - SAMHSA News.pdf
Tribal Behavioral Health.ppt
Tribal Prevention PPT.pdf 
Tribal Prevention Grant.pdf (please note that this did not end up being part of the budget. We wanted to share it with you in case it becomes part of the budget in the future)


NREPP - SAMHSA's National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices 

Evidence Base Programs and Practices.pdf

Substance Abuse Prevention Programs - NREPP.docx

Substance Abuse Treatment Programs - NREPP.docx

Substance Abuse Prevention Programs - NREPP Complete.docx


Resources for Youth

TYP - Tribal Youth Program

TYP - Culturally-based programs and practices.docx

TYP Grantee Vignettes.docx


Philips Brooks House Association – Native American Youth Enrichment Program (NAYEP) - serves Native American children of all tribal ancestries across the Boston area. As a camp, NAYEP aims to provide culturally appropriate summer activities for the Native American youth of Greater Boston while unifying the community and presenting youth with safe, productive, and enjoyable summer programming that affirms Native and multicultural identities. For more information please contact NAYEP@pbha.org.

NAYEP Big Sib - a mentoring extension of the NAYEP. For more information, contact NAYEPterm@pbha.org.


Native Tribal Scholars Program - serves students of American Indian/Native Alaskan heritage (members of state or federally recognized tribes and residing in Massachusetts), providing them with the skills and motivation necessary for access to and SUCCESS in High School and entrance into college or advanced training.


Indian Education Funding - a program is designed to address the unique education and culturally related academic needs of American Indian and Alaska Native students, including preschool children, so that these students can achieve to the same challenging state performance standards expected of all students. The program is the Department's principal vehicle for addressing the particular needs of Indian children.


Youth Regional Treatment Centers - to provide quality holistic behavioral health care for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) adolescents and their families in a substance-free residential environment that integrates traditional healing, spiritual values, and cultural identification. Through education and culture-based prevention initiatives, evidence- and practice-based models of treatment, family strengthening, and recreational activities, youth can overcome their challenges and recover their lives to become healthy, strong, and resilient leaders in their communities.


United National Indian Tribal Youth (UNITY) - a national network organization promoting personal development, citizenship, and leadership among Native American youth. The UNITY Mission is to foster the spiritual, mental, physical, and social development of American Indian and Alaska Native youth and to help build a strong, unified, and self- reliant Native America through greater youth involvement. 


Substance Abuse Resources

Red Road - The Red Road is a group of American Indians in recovery from alcohol and drugs. It is also includes the family and/or friends of an alcoholic/addict.


Wellbriety Training Institute - To support a sustainable grassroots Wellbriety Movement by developing and providing culturally based training, tools and resources to enable the ongoing growth and sustainability of the Wellbriety Movement.


Catering Services

Sherry Pocknett


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