Talking is Power!
Talking is sexual health power! Come talk about caregiver/ child communication interventions and strategies, as well as I Want the Kit at home STI/ HIV testing kits. AND, learn how to tailor sexual health promo materials specifically for your community.
2/8/23 – Culture is Power!
Our relationships and cultural experiences are a keystone to our adolescent health programming. Join us to get some tips for culture integration and get inspired!
1/11/23 – Technology is Power
Join the convo about digital wellness to help youth and your relatives find balance, get the jest of social media algorithms and how you can disrupt them, as well as some practical digital promotion resources for your communities like; I Know ...
12/14/22 – The Tribal Relationship
The beauty, complexity, and evolution of Tribal intergenerational relationships is at the heart of everything we do in adolescent health. Let’s talk about it with Dr. Terry Cross and Alexis Contreras from NICWA, Tomas Karmelo from the Native Wellness Institute ...
11/9/22 – Healthy Native Youth Highlights & Resources
Sharing is Caring! If you’re looking for health materials and resources for Native youth, join us to build up your toolbox. Literally, we've got a toolbox!
10/26/22 – Sexual Health in Indian Country & Alaska Today
We’ll give you the breakdown of talking about sexual health in schools and tribal communities given new policy changes (Roe v Wade) and help you gain confidence in advocating for youth sexual health programs in your community.
9/14/22 – Safe Spaces
The Healthy Native Youth team kicks off the 2022-2023 season of Community of Practice with a 90 minute discussion about creating safe spaces in the classroom and in your community, particularly for Two Spirit Native youth. We invited educators and ...
7/13/22 – Staying Connected
Summer is here and our conversations are consumed with how we can stay connected and keep program momentum going with our summer programs and peer/ elder mentorships.
6/9/22 – Concerning Posts on Social Media Workshop
Suicide prevention remains challenging among Native youth, as many do not disclose thoughts of suicide before making an attempt. However, youth may disclose depression symptoms and suicidal ideation via social media and text messaging. These public disclosures may provide opportunities ...
5/11/22 – Sustain and Grow Your Program
Congratulations! You have implemented your program and are now in the GROW phase. Let the HNY team and special guest speakers Robby Bill and Vurlene Notsinneh-Bowekaty reflect on what worked, share tips for making modifications based on lessons learned, and ...