We make Connections that power transformational Indigenous public health practice.Read Our Story
The purpose of this toolkit is to add to the compendium of tribal and urban Indian opioid overdose prevention summaries provided in the An Environmental Scan of Tribal Opioid Overdose Prevention Responses (2019) and Models of Tribal Promising Practices (2020) by describing specific approaches to working with diverse groups within tribal and urban Indian communities.Read the 2022 Report
Seven Directions wishes all our relations strength in their efforts to protect their communities during the COVID-19 pandemic. As part of our response, we have created an online hub for resources and updates on Gathering Grounds community meetings, relevant website links and publications from the Seven Directions team.COVID-19 Resources
We are the first national public health institute in the United States to focus solely on improving Indigenous health and wellness. We are committed to cultivating and sharing knowledge, connecting communities and resources, and working to achieve shared goals for future generations.
Read our 2022 report, which describes specific approaches to working with diverse groups within tribal and urban Indian communities.
Check out materials and recordings from the Our Nations, Our Journeys 2020 Forum: Finding Strength in Indigenous Public Health
We prioritize Indigenous knowledge and traditional practices to improve community health. We seek opportunities to integrate cultural beliefs and practices into public health and health care services.
Indigenous Peoples are the original architects of wellness systems – ways of life that kept us and our environment healthy. Together, we can advance a shared vision for vibrant, healthy American Indian and Alaska Native communities.
Public health institutes work with a range of multi-sector and multi-disciplinary partners towards a shared mission that creates conditions leading to improved health. Seven Directions aims to support the tribal and urban Indian public health system in much the same manner, but in a way that embodies Indigenous knowledge, practices and approaches to wellness.