This is an emergency notice of funding opportunity in response to the current outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
HRSA will award approximately 50 grants to rural communities to enhance capacity to address substance use disorder, including opioid use disorder (OUD).
The charts in this resource represent a joint effort by Indian Country Today, the American Indian Studies Center at UCLA, and the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies at UCLA to combat data invisibility.
Governmental public health agencies need to be strong, consistent advocates for equity as they work in concert with other local and state authorities to address the novel coronavirus pandemic. HIP collated a cross-sector policy platform for public health to act on the conditions that create inequities in health outcomes.
The National Indian Health Board is leading a national effort to advocate and secure resources for Tribes to respond to COVID-19.
This page has been prepared with the support of Empire Health Foundation and the Montana Healthcare Foundation and is intended as a resource for the Indian Nations and Urban Indian Organizations of Northeastern Washington and Montana.
On April 16, during our Gathering Grounds Community Meeting, we heard from Cristina J. Toledo-Cornell, MD-MPH, Public Health Director of the Lummi Tribal Health Center, about their COVID-19 response. The downloadable resource provides a glimpse at some of Lummi Tribal Health Center's approaches.
Roanhorse Consulting is developing a document with COVID-19 Emergency Response Resources for Tribes in New Mexico and the Navajo Nation. A draft is available now.
The following are resources that were shared during the Gathering Grounds: How is your Tribal or Urban Indian community responding to COVID-19? Community Meeting on April 16, 2020.
The following are resources that were shared during the Gathering Grounds: How is your Tribal or Urban Indian community responding to COVID-19? Community Meeting on April 7, 2020.
The following resources were shared during the Gathering Grounds Indigenous Community of Practice meeting on March 26, 2020 by meeting attendees.
The National Congress of American Indians established a webpage to provide factual information from trusted sources about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic in the United States. Check out their site for updates as the situation changes.
In this time of the global spread of the Coronavirus, COVID-19, we must take action to lower the risk of spread. Attached is a brief menu of suggestions for how we can keep our loved ones and our communities safe, until the threat lessens.
We are passing along this handbook on COVID-19 prevention and treatment best practices from a hospital affiliated with Zhejiang University, with good information based on their experience treating patients. Please take a look and pass on to any family or friends who are health care workers who are now helping with COVID-19.