Native Americans for Community Action, Inc. (NACA)
The mission of NACA Inc. is to welcome, inform, nurture, empower and advocate for Native people to create a healthy community based on harmony, respect and indigenous values. NACA, located in Flagstaff, AZ, is the only off-reservation urban Indian center in northern Arizona and strives to offer the most comprehensive services available to its clients while preserving Native American traditions, practices and other cultural mores. NACA staff and programs work to assist clients in a way that is sensitive and that addresses physical, emotional, cognitive and spiritual needs. Use of traditional healing practices and other culturally appropriate activities help maintain and preserve our Native American heritage.
For more information, call (928) 526-2968.
The Partnership for Native American Cancer Prevention (NACP)
The objective of NACP is to alleviate the unequal burden of cancer among Native
Americans of the Southwest through the Research, Training, and Outreach programs.
NACP programs and projects are jointly developed and implemented by Northern Arizona University, the University of Arizona Cancer Center,
and the Hopi, Navajo, and Tohono O’odham tribes. The programs are
designed to facilitate the entry of Native Americans into bio medical research
and health care professions while engaging communities in research and training
relevant to their needs. The projects include laboratory, field-based, and
community-based participatory research. All programs and research projects
originate in the community in partnership with NACP students, staff, and
The goal of the Training Program is
to increase the number of Native American students entering careers in cancer
research and healthcare. Therefore, all research projects employ Native
American student researchers.
The Community Outreach Core of the partnership works to develop
community education programs and to conduct research for primary and secondary
cancer prevention in tribal communities.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention Resources (CDC)
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PHLP works to improve the health of the public by developing law-related tools and providing legal technical assistance to public health practitioners and policy makers in state, tribal, local, and territorial (STLT) jurisdictions. PHLP works with STLT public health departments and other partners to identify public health law priorities, research laws that impact the public's health, analyze public health legal preparedness, conduct comparative analyses across jurisdictions, prepare guidance, articles, reports, and toolkits, and develop and disseminate public health law curricula. Please contact Matthew Penn, Director, Public Health Law Program, for more information: http://www.cdc.gov/stltpublichealth/aboutostlts/bios/M_Penn.html
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The CDC Library provides a full range of information services and products in support of public health research, policy and action. Although license restrictions limit online subscription access to CDC-affiliated users, several resources are available to support state and local health providers, including the Library Catalog, Primo search tool, LibGuides, and Science Clips. The Library Catalog allows you to identify items available through the library collections and subscriptions. LibGuides are online subject guides, bibliographies, and help aids, that provide access to freely available and subscriptions. Featured topics include CDC Library and CDC Resources, Disaster and Emergency Management, EndNote, Public Health Law and Health Administration, and more. Primo allows you to search the Library Catalog, CDC Stacks, online subject guides, and other freely available, online content simultaneously. In addition to these resources, the library has begun developing online tutorials that will be linked through the CDC YouTube channel and Library Training LibGuide. Links to each of these resources are available on the library website: http://www.cdc.gov/phlic
Affordable Care Act (ACA) Materials for AI/ANs
The National Indian Health Outreach and Education Initiative (NIHOE) has developed tailored ACA materials for the AI/AN community, including resources for individual consumers and health directors. The following resources are available on the NIHOE website: