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Cedar Box Teaching Toolkit (Healthy Native Youth) was created by Elise Krohn and Valerie Segrest, and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
This Executive Summary, Lost in the Masked Shuffle & Virtual Void: Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness Amidst the Pandemic presents numerous key findings related to children and impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This report, Trends and Geographic Patterns in Drug and Synthetic Opioid Overdose Deaths — United States, 2013–2019, published by the CDC highlights the worsening and expanding drug overdose epidemic in the United States which now involves potent synthetic drugs, often in combination with other substances.
CDC Overdose Data to Action (OD2A) cooperative agreement funds health departments in 47 states, the District of Columbia, two territories, and 16 cities and counties to obtain high-quality comprehensive, and timely data on fatal and nonfatal drug overdoses to inform prevention and response efforts.
This CDC report, Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the Prevalence of Stress and Worry, Mental Health Conditions, and Increased Substance Use Among Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic — United States, April and May 2020, supports the previous understanding that racial and ethnic minority groups have disporportionately experienced disparities in mental health and substance misuse related to access to care, psychosocial stress, and social determinants of health. During the COVID-19 pandemic select mental health conditions and the initiation of or increase in substance use to cope with stress was more commonly reported by U.S. adults during a seruve yconducted April and May 2020 with some racial and ethnic minority groups, especially Hispanic adults reporting higher levels of stress and worry about not having enough food or stable housing than did White adults.
Free Tribal Grant Writing Training offered by the Association of American Indian Physicians helps tribes prepare for next grant by providing online training and resources. The tools will help write American Indian/Alaska Native grant proposals and/or also train others.
The Indian Health Service (HIS) has established, publicized, and is monitoring a hotline dedicated solely to reporting of suspected child/sexual abuse. This hotline is separate and apart from the IHS “fraud, waste, and abuse” hotline.
Sesame Street in Communites: Noticing That Feelings Change video helps children understand that feelings pass and they can also change.
The HUD Exchange provides links to programs, featured resources, trainings, and program support guidance.
FrameWorks is a think tank that helps mission-driven organizations communicate social issues in ways that build public desire and action to support progressive change.