National Indian Heath Board 51 State Health Insurance Status Report

Authors: National Indian Health Board

Publication Year: 2022

Last Updated: October 2022

Keywords: General Materials; Health Care Access; Health Disparities; Health Care Reform; Medicare; Medicaid; Insurance; Affordable Care Act; Social Determinants of Health

 

Short Abstract: This report from the National Indian Health Board details the enrollment of the AI/AN population in Medicare and Medicaid, as well as the AI/AN population that was uninsured between 2012-2020. This also offers a breakdown of this by each state and DC and the percent changes in enrollment over the 2012-2020 period. This report provides a view into the percent change in insurance enrollment of the AI/AN population before implementing the Affordable Care Act in 2013 and after.

 

Source: Link to Original Article.

Source: https://www.nihb.org/tribalhealthreform/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/NIHB-2022-State-Enrollment-Report-_FINAL.pdf

Type of Resource: NCUIH data products

NCUIH MMIP Fact Sheet

Authors: NCUIH

Publication Year: 2022

Last Updated: November 30, 2022

Keywords: Injury and Trauma; MMIP; General Materials; Mental and Behavioral Health; Domestic Violence; Social Determinants of Health; Violence

Short Abstract: This is a fact sheet with recent statistics on the issue of MMIP. It also addresses the different populations within the AI/AN community that the MMIP crisis can affect.

Source: Link to NCUIH MMIP Fact Sheet.

Source: https://ncuih.org/wp-content/uploads/NCUIH-MMIP-Fact-Sheet.pdf

Resources Related to MMIP

Authors: NCUIH

Publication Year: 2022

Last Updated: November 30, 2022

Keywords: Awareness; General Materials; Injury and Trauma; Mental and Behavioral Health; Presentations; Suicide and Suicide Prevention; Violence; Social Determinants of Health; MMIP

 

Short Abstract: This is a document for resources related to the MMIP crisis, originally distributed during NCUIH's MMIP Virtual Dialogue on November 30, 2022. There are links to government databases, legislation trackers, 2 spirit talking circles, websites to report missing people, suicide hotlines specific for AI/AN, webinars on human trafficking, etc.

 

 

Source: Link to MMIP Related Resource Sheet.

Source: https://ncuih.org/wp-content/uploads/MMIP-Related-Resource-Sheet.pdf

 

Type of Resource: NCUIH data products

Keeping Us Whole: Preventing Missing and Murdered Indigenous People – Podcast Series

Authors: US Dept. of Health and Human Services: Administration for Native Americans

Publication Year: 2022

Last Updated: April 26, 2022

Keywords: Awareness; Childcare; Injury and Trauma; NCUIH Newsletters; Population Information; Violence

 

Short Abstract: For generations, American Indian, Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian peoples have faced an ongoing crisis of violence, human trafficking, and an epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous People (also known as MMIP). To bolster prevention efforts to mitigate the MMIP epidemic, the Administration for Native Americans (ANA), a program office within the Administration for Children and Families (ACF), collaborated with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary’s Interdepartmental Council on Native American Affairs (ICNAA) to develop a podcast series to raise awareness, provide prevention resources and educate listeners on MMIP.

 

Source: Link to Original Article.

Source: https://www.acf.hhs.gov/ana/podcast/keeping-us-whole-preventing-missing-and-murdered-indigenous-people-podcast-series

Type of Resource: Podcast Series

Loved Here, Safe Here, Social Marketing Campaign

Authors: Author: Adolescent Health Team at the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (NPAIHB)

Publication Year: 2022

Last Updated:

Keywords: Awareness; Childcare; Cultural Sensitivity and Appropriateness; Development; Minority Groups; Sexuality; LGBTQ/2S

 

Short Abstract: Due to STI Awareness Week being April 10-16, 2022, the Adolescent Health Team at the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (NPAIHB) has created a resource guide filled with health promotion materials for tribal clinics. This guide is also meant to be a source for those who work with Native Youth, to support them in creating a safe space for the 2SLGBTQ+ community. Hence the name, "Love Here, Safe Here," a collaboration with AI/AN LGBTQ and Two Spirit community members. All resource materials are attached in the folder provided.

 

Source: Link to Original Article.

Source: https://www.npaihb.org/social-marketing-campaigns/

NB3 Foundation’s “Keeping Track: A Toolkit for Indigenous Youth Program Evaluation

Authors: NB3 Foundation

Publication Year: 2022

Last Updated:

Journal: NB3 Foundation

Keywords: Development; Health Disparities; Minority Groups; Race

 

Short Abstract: The NB3 Foundation have recently released a "Keeping Track: A Toolkit for Indigenous Youth Program Evaluation." This toolkit has been created for the purpose of creating an evaluation process which is inclusive of the indigenous community, and includes data that benefits the indigenous community in particular.

 

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Source: Link to Original Article.

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Source: https://nb3foundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/KeepingTrackEvaluationToolkit-1.pdf