National American Indian and Alaska Native MHTTC
Transforming Tribal Communities
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The National American Indian and Alaska Native MHTTC works with organizations and treatment practitioners involved in the delivery of mental health services to American Indian and Alaska Native individuals, families, and tribal and urban Indian communities to strengthen their capacity to deliver effective evidence-based and experience-based practices. This includes the full continuum of services spanning mental illness, prevention, treatment, and recovery support.
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Discussion of the Epidemics within the Pandemic: Panel and Lecture Series
Building Leadership Among Youth – A Native Youth Round Table
Telehealth in Native Communities
What is Telehealth? A delivery of health care, health education, and health information services via
Cannabis Use and Risk for Mental Illness
Please join us for our monthly MHTTC webinar series. We will be featuring our special guest speaker
American Psychological Association Convention
Our staff will be presenting a workshop and/or poster as a part of this event. For more information
Colonialism, Indigenous Trauma and Healing
Handouts for Trauma Informed Therapy Part 6 - Colonialism, Indigenous Trauma and Healing
From Longhouse to Schoolhouse: AI/AN School Communities Coming Together
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