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Mental Health: How Discrimination Gets Trapped in the Body

Mental Health: How Discrimination Gets Trapped in the Body September 1, 2021 | 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. EST Join NCUIH for the second of the three-part series which will provide a special focus on mental health issues ranging from coping with grief and loss to chronic stress and alcohol/substance misuse in our urban Indian […]

NCUIH Project Firstline IPC Virtual Dialogue Series | Session Two

NCUIH Project Firstline IPC Virtual Dialogue Series | Session Two Join NCUIH for either one of the two upcoming Virtual Dialogues to hear from UIOs about their current needs and thoughts in implementing or augmenting their infection prevention and control trainings, policies and procedures as it relates to current, emerging, and re-emerging diseases. Your important […]

Digital Storytelling: Writing Our Stories is Righting Our Stories

September 14, 2021 | 7:00 p.m. EST Native Youth will complete a guided illustration activity after which they will learn how to tell a meaningful story that takes ownership of and connects them back to their culture. *Note: Materials for this activity will be shipped in advance. Presenters: Antoinette Ascencio, Sherwood Valley Band of Pomo […]

Mental Health: Substance Abuse, Alcoholism, Opioid Misuse Best Practices for UIOs

Mental Health: Substance Abuse, Alcoholism, Opioid Misuse Best Practices for UIOs Join NCUIH for the third and last session of the three-part series which will provide a special focus on mental health issues ranging from coping with grief and loss to chronic stress and alcohol/substance misuse in our urban Indian communities. Treatment and prevention experts […]

Messengers in Health: Protecting our Elders Through Vaccinations

The "Messengers in Health" Community of Learning three-part series supports provider vaccine awareness and education to encourage urban Indian patients. The series will provide strategies and resources for individual clinicians providing health care, strategies and resources for health care organizations, messaging and communications strategies, and identification of evidence-based practices. Objectives: 1. Identify ways to effectively […]

#MovewithNCUIH: Native American Heritage Month 5K

November 1 - November 30, 2021 The National Council of Urban Indian Health (NCUIH), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, invites you to join us for a virtual 5k to raise funding and awareness for NCUIH's critical work that supports the urban American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) community through meaningful change in the social equity of health care. Chose […]

Messengers in Health: Tis the season to vaccinate – Flu, Pneumonia, and COVID-19

Nov 17 | 3:30-4:30 p.m. EST  Objectives: Identify ways to effectively communicate with Urban AI/Ans regarding vaccinations Share strategies to help improve trust between Urban AI/ANs and health care providers Review the importance of vaccinations and why they are needed Learn about the recommended vaccinations for this fall season Facilitate discussion between health care providers […]

Project Firstline: Application Information Session for Year 2 UIO IPC System Champions & Graduate Fellows

Join the NCUIH internal Project Firstline , the CDC's National training collaborative, project team for the inside scoop of the application process for Urban Indian Organizations (UIOs) who are interested in becoming UIO IPC System Champions in year two of the training initiative. The team will provide context and an in-depth overview of the application […]

4-in-1 Kick-Off Office Hours

NCUIH Announces 4-in-1 Office Hours Kick Off The National Council of Urban Indian Health (NCUIH) will offer “Office Hours” as a regular forum to provide direct support to current UIO 4-in-1 grantees. The Indian Health Service (IHS) offers the 4-in-1 grant program to UIOs to address unmet needs in four areas: Health Promotion and Disease […]

Messengers in Health: Vaccination – Myths vs Facts

The final topic in NCUIH's "Messengers in Health" series is Vaccination – Myths vs Facts, where we will discuss vaccine myths vs facts and strategies to help with misinformation and disinformation to assist in vaccine hesitancy. We will conclude with a facilitated discussion between healthcare providers and health care workers on vaccine myths vs facts. […]

NCUIH 2022 Urban Indian Health Policy Preview and FMAP Discussion for UIOs

Late in 2021, the National Council of Urban Indian Health (NCUIH) hosted focus groups for Urban Indian Organizations (UIOs) and delivered surveys to define key UIO priorities. NCUIH would like to further this conversation since 100% FMAP for UIOs was included in the American Rescue Plan Act by providing a space for UIOs to share […]

Addressing Emerging Infection Control Threats to Urban Indian Organizations

January 26, 2022 | 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. EST A Kawe (gathering) of UIO leaders, staff, and community members. This informational and training webinar is designed to obtain feedback from Urban Indian Organizations (UIOs) on what the current experiences are as it relates to infection control threats and emerging and remerging diseases. We also […]