Access Seven Directions' recent reports and details below. Visit our Tribal Opioid Use Disorders Prevention Resources page for helpful tools and information.
Seven Directions provides free technical assistance (TA) to Indigenous-focused organizations working to address Opioid and Substance Use in their communities. We support a wide range of organizations, including Tribal health programs, Urban Indian organizations, Tribal colleges, and more.
Seven Directions, with the support of the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and the National Network of Public Health Institutes, has produced an Indigenous Evaluation Toolkit. This Toolkit provides step-by-step guidance, worksheets and concrete examples to support communities looking to Indigenize and decolonize their program evaluation.
This brief updates the Environmental Scan (2019) and the Models of Tribal Promising Practices brief (2020) with COVID-19-induced and telehealth-specific programmatic pivoting for Substance Use Disorder / Opioid Use Disorder (SUD/OUD) - Opioid Overdose Prevention (OOP) services that many tribes, tribal programs, tribal epidemiology centers (TECs) and urban Indian organizations undertook in 2020 and 2021.Environmental Scan (2021)
Prepared by Seven Directions: A Center for Indigenous Public Health, 20202020 Report Details
Prepared by Seven Directions: A Center for Indigenous Public Health, 20202019 Report Details