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HYDRA

February 2, 2022

Objectives for this session include: clarification of values, cultural considerations, building trust, etc.

HYDRA

November 30, 2021

Native American Heritage Month: Celebrating Traditional Medicine & Spiritual Beliefs and Practices & Honoring Native American Veterans/Warriors. Presenters are Sean A. Bear I, Meskwaki, Co-Director and Ray Daw, Navajo, MS., Advisory.

HYDRA

October 7, 2021

Part Two: Addressing Methamphetamine Use Disorder: Featuring our guest speaker, Ed Parsells!

HYDRA

September 9, 2021

Screening Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment: The Application of the SBIRT in a Tribal Healthcare Setting.

No handouts are available for this event

HYDRA

December 22, 2021

This webinar will explore issues surrounding Indigenous moral, values, and beliefs and will offer an opportunity for participants to share some tools to help them take back and carry on their cultural morals and values.

HYDRA

October 20, 2021

In cultural ways everyone has a craft. The tools they acquire and the lessons they learn about themselves become a stronghold for well being, growth, and understanding.

HYDRA

September 22, 2021

Featuring Ken Winters, PhD! This session will cover what is actually happening in the brain of an adolescent as they mature, and how drug use can particularly affect the teen brain.

No handouts are available for this event

HYDRA

September 2, 2021

Part One: Featuring our guest speaker, Ed Parsells!

No handouts are available for this event

HYDRA

December 1, 2021

This presentation focuses on treatment planning for Substance Use Disorders. Participants will learn how to define treatment planning and about the correlations between assessment and treatment planning, as well as the treatment planning process, history, and the MATRS model.

HYDRA

October 12, 2021

In honor of Recovery Month, we are hosting a panel discussion on peer recovery!

No handouts are available for this event

HYDRA

September 15, 2021

Walking the Long Road: AI/AN Recovery Stories of Experience, Strength, and Hope.

No handouts are available for this event

HYDRA

August 18, 2021

Part 2: Finding the Future. Featuring guest presenters: Keaw’e Bone, EBCI, Lakota, and Hawaiian and Theresa Sault-Brill, Aniishinabek and Menominee

Mental Health in our Native Communities

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01/19 - 01/23

Understanding American Indian Perinatal Care and Cultural Considerations

Featuring our special guest speaker: Avis Garcia, PhD, LAT, LPC, NCC, Northern Arapaho

01/19 - 01/23

Qualitative Needs Assessments of Urban Indian Health Programs and BH Providers

we can focus both on the strengths and resources as well as the challenges expressed by the Native workforce serving clients with mental and behavioral health disorders and their communities.

No Recording is Available

01/19 - 01/23

AI/AN Mental Health: The Role of Spirituality

Please join us for our monthly MHTTC webinar series. This month's topic will be: "AI/AN Mental Health: The Role of Spirituality", featuring Ray Daw, MA, Navajo.

01/19 - 01/23

Cannabis Use and Risk for Mental Illness

Featuring our special guest speaker: Ken Winters, PhD

01/19 - 01/23


Being Brave: Grounding Ourselves in Our Ancestors' Resilience

This workshop will guide you through some grounding techniques that tap into the strength and resilience of American Indian / Alaska Native communities

01/19 - 01/23

Celebrating Native American Heritage Month Statement

Although the United States of America recognizes November as Native American Heritage Month, we acknowledge along with our people across Indian country that our heritage is to be honored every day.

No Recording is Available

01/19 - 01/23

Suicide Prevention Month: Facts and Resources on Suicide Among Native People

A fact sheet which includes data on suicide rates among Native people, as well as helpful resources on programs that are raising awareness and reducing risk among Indigenous nations.

No Recording is Available

01/19 - 01/23

Trauma Informed Therapy: Colonialism, Indigenous Trauma and Healing

Part 6 of our Webinar Series Featuring Avis Garcia, PhD, LAT, LPC, NCC, Northern Arapaho

01/19 - 01/23

Bridging our Past, Present and Future - A Native Youth Round Table

Native Youth Leaders discuss Bridging Native's Past, Present and Future while sharing their insight and experiences.

No Handouts are Available for this Event

01/19 - 01/23

Motivational Interviewing within Cultural Practices: Booster Session

Review, ask questions, and receive supervision on the ways you have been practicing and implementing Motivational Interviewing in your work.

No Handouts are Available for this Event

01/19 - 01/23

Motivational Interviewing within Cultural Practices

Featuring our special MI trainer: Kathyleen M. Tomlin PhD, LPC, LMHC, CADC III

No Handouts are Available for this Event

01/19 - 01/23

Motivational Interviewing within Cultural Practices

Featuring our special MI trainer: Kathyleen M. Tomlin PhD, LPC, LMHC, CADC III

No Handouts are Available for this Event

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Mental Health in our Native Communities

Published tri-yearly

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October 14, 2021

Indigenous Resiliency: Indigenous Ways of Knowing for Thriving Prevention Programs

This month's topic is "Indigenous Resiliency: Indigenous Ways of Knowing for Thriving Prevention Programs", featuring Justine Murray.

No Handout Available at this Time
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July 20, 2021

Understanding Historical Information Behind the Challenges & Risk Factors of BIPOC LGBTQIA2S+

Part one of a 4-part virtual learning series as a collaboration between the Central East PTTC, Central East ATTC, National American Indian & Alaska Natives PTTC, and the National Hispanic and Latino PTTC.

No Handout Available at this Time
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June 23, 2021

Prevention of Teen Substance Abuse

This session features our special guest speaker, Dr. Ken Winters, PhD!

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March 24, 2021

Families and Relationships

Featuring Avis Garcia, PhD, LAT, LPC, NCC, Northern Arapaho.

No recording is available for this event

October 15, 2021

Connecting Prevention Specialists to Native Communities

These monthly trainings cover topics such as crisis response, creating safe spaces to heal, sexual assault awareness, youth engagement, food sovereignty, etc.

No Handout Available at this Time
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July 27, 2021

Enhancing the protective factors for the LGBTQIA2S+ BIPOC

Part two of a 4-part virtual learning series as a collaboration between the Central East PTTC, Central East ATTC, National American Indian & Alaska Natives PTTC, and the National Hispanic and Latino PTTC.

No Handout Available at this Time
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May 26, 2021

Families and Relationships Part 3

This session featured Avis Garcia, PhD, LAT, LPC, NCC, Northern Arapaho.

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February 24, 2021

Live Life Powerfully Part 2

Featuring special guest speaker, Waylon Pahona,

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September 23, 2021

"Honoring our Sacred Heritage" Poster Campaign

This series of posters is designed to help you promote awareness of your programs and services in your community! Designed by Jessamine Jackson from JBS International, a partner of the National American Indian and Alaska Native PTTC.

No recording is available

August 20, 2021

Connecting Prevention Specialists to Native Communities

A training for prevention specialists to support our Native communities

No Handout Available at this Time
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April 28, 2021

Families and Relationships Part 2

Featuring Avis Garcia, PhD, LAT, LPC, NCC, Northern Arapaho.

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