Indigenous Peoples' Day

We are excited to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day and to offer ideas to appreciate the culture, resilience, and history of indigenous people and their communities.

Our Network's National American Indian and Alaska Native MHTTC provided no-cost technical assistance and high-quality training to improve the capacity of mental health providers and specialists who serve their populations. In addition, they developed and disseminated products and resources such as; factsheets, booklets, webinars, online learning communities, and virtual trainings and events.

Below are some opportunities and ideas for celebrating Indigenous Peoples' Day this year which include products and events developed by our MHTTC Network. 

culture is prevention

Culture is Prevention: Postcards Series | Download here

Upcoming Events:

Wednesday, October 14

National American Indian & Alaska Native MHTTC

  • Safe at Home: Domestic Violence Awareness Series Part 1 | 11-12 EDT | Register
  • Avis Garcia, PhD, LAT, LPC, NCC, Northern Arapaho

National American Indian & Alaska Native MHTTC

  • The Effectiveness and Utility of Telebehavioral (Telehealth) Services: The Future is Here | 1-2 EDT | Register
  • Nancy A. Roget, MS, MFT, LADC

Thursday, October 15

National American Indian & Alaska Native MHTTC K-12 Program

Special Weekly Series for the Entire School Community: Helping Schools Serving Native American and Alaska Native Students Re-open Amidst COVID-19 | 3-4 EDT | Register

From Smithsonian Magazine: Five Ideas for Celebrating Indigenous People's Day 2020

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