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Coming Together in Indigenous Praxis, an exchange between Whakauae Māori Health Research and Development and Seven Directions, A Center for Indigenous Public Health

We are excited to announce the beginning of a 13-month project entitled, Coming Together in Indigenous Praxis, an exchange between Whakauae Māori Health Research and Development and Seven Directions, A Center for Indigenous Public Health. This exchange is funded by the University of Washington, Office of Global Affairs, Global Innovation Fund, from January 2021 - February 2022. 

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Opioid Overdose Prevention Project Technical Assistance - 2021

Seven Directions is excited to announce our Opioid Overdose Prevention Project Technical Assistance opportunity. This TA is tailored to support tribal and urban Indian organizations with their current or upcoming opioid overdose prevention projects in three key areas (1) Programs and Services; (2) Data Infrastructure and Systems; and (3) Strategic Planning. 

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SPHRKE TA Program - Spring 2021

Seven Directions would like to announce the launch of our Strengthening Public Health & Regenerating Knowledge Exchange technical assistance program (SPHRKE TA), this Spring 2021.

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Happy Holidays from Seven Directions!

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Call for Proposals: Indigenous Systems: Revitalizing Inherent Alignment

This call for proposals will award two (2) Tribal Health, Public Health or Social Services Departments (Tribal Departments) with grants up to $20,000 to support to implement cross-sector alignment projects to better coordinate services across health care, public health, and social services.

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Personal Protective Equipment Drive for Tribal and Urban Indian Health

Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seven Directions, the Indigenous Wellness Research Institute, and the Univ. of Washington School of Social Work are collecting PPE to support our Indigenous relatives in Washington State in the fight against COVID-19.

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Black Lives Matter

Seven Directions, a Center for Indigenous Public Health, stands in solidarity with our Black relatives.

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Aligning Systems for Health and Wellness in Tribal Communities

Seven Directions and Red Star, Inc., support transformations of tribal health care, public health and social services systems with support from a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation award

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Our Nations, Our Journeys Postponed

Our Nations, Our Journeys April 29-30 will be postponed.

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Handbook on COVID-19 prevention and treatment best practices

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.

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NCAI Webpage with COVID-19 Resources for Indian Country

NCAI is actively updating resources and information for Indian Country on the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Things you can do to reduce spread of COVID-19 in your Tribal community

In this time of the global spread of the Coronavirus, COVID-19, we must take action to lower the risk of spread.

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Seven Directions Offers TA

Seven Directions is seeking applications from tribal and urban Indian organizations to receive technical assistance (TA) in implementing opioid overdose prevention projects or public health capacity projects. The TA will be tailored to specific program needs. Up to 20 tribes or urban Indian organizations will be selected.

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Seven Directions x TONL x Indigenous Peoples Day

On Indigenous Peoples Day we are happy to have Seven Directions‘ work highlighted via TONL’s Narratives section on their site.

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An Environmental Scan of “Tribal Opioid Overdose Prevention Responses"

Download the full report "An Environmental Scan of “Tribal Opioid Overdose Prevention Responses: Community-Based Strategies & Public Health Data Infrastructure.”

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