Methamphetamine and Suicide Prevention Initiative (MSPI)
The Methamphetamine and Suicide Prevention Initiative is a federally-funded program established to prevent suicide and methamphetamine use in Indian Country. MSPI funds 118 IHS, Tribal, and Urban community-based programs across the United States. On behalf of the Indian Health Service Division of Behavioral Health, NCUIH’s Technical Assistance and Research Center provides technical assistance and support to the 10 Urban MSPI grantees.
Urban MSPI programs use practice-based evidence, evidence-based practices, and culturally-based activities to decrease risk factors and strengthen protective factors associated with suicide and substance abuse prevention. For more information on MSPI program outcome measures, please visit this page.
Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative (DVPI)
The Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative is a federally-funded program created to build Indian Country’s capacity for outreach, prevention, and the provision of coordinated community responses to American Indian and Alaska Native survivors of domestic and sexual violence. DVPI funds 56 IHS, Tribal, and Urban community-based programs across the United States. NCUIH’s Technical Assistance and Research Center provides technical assistance and support to the 6 Urban DVPI grantees.
Urban DVPI programs use culturally-informed best and promising practices to prevent domestic and sexual violence in Native communities. For additional information on DVPI program outcome measures, please visit this page.
MSPI and DVPI Program Spotlights
Visit our program spotlight page to see updates from our Urban MSPI and DVPI programs highlighting their successes as well as best and promising practices.
For more Information on the MSPI Initiative and Archived tools and Materials please visit our Knowledge Resource Center’s MSPI Initiative.
For questions or technical assistance, please contact the Technical Assistance team through our form.