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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

Type of Resource: NCUIH data products

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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

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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

Missing or Murdered Indigenous Women: New Efforts Are Underway but Opportunities Exist to Improve the Federal Response

Authors: Government Accountability Office
Publication Year: 2021
Last Updated: Oct 28, 2021
Journal: Government Accountability Office
Keywords: Awareness; Data Collection; Development; Minority Groups; Race; Violence; Women's Health

Short Abstract: Research has proven that AI/AN women in the U.S. experience higher rates of violence than most other women. Due to this, tribal and federal officials have stated that this incidence of violence constitutes a crisis. Due to lack of an adequate response/data, GAO was asked to review the federal response to the missing or murdered AI/AN women crisis. This report examines the not only the numbers of missing and murdered AI/AN women, but also the DOD and DOJ's response thus far.

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