Indigi-Wellness Healer

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EXTENSION DEADLINE FOR RAFFLE & CONTEST: Thursday, August 20, 2020 @ 11:59 PM ET

Infographics | Campaign Goals | Healing Resources | Get Involved | Contest | Raffle | Toolkit | Prizes

The NCUIH Youth Council is proud to launch its 2020 Indigi-Wellness Healer Campaigns #NativeHealing and #IndigiLove created by Native Youth for Native Youth to express the importance of mental & physical wellness and healthy relationships as Native Youth, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.

Campaign Infographics

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What is an Indigi-Wellness Healer?

A person who embraces their “Indigeneity” (Indigenous Identity) through...

  • Using their culture to be a shield to protect them, while also knowing when to get help.
  • Inspiring Native Youth to help heal themselves, maintain through self-care.
  • Investing in positive change for mental, physical, emotional/ spiritual health and sharing your story to inspire others.
  • Promoting resiliency, building healthy relationships, promoting generational healing to empower the next seven generations.

Indigi-Wellness Healer Campaign Goals

  • Raise awareness about sexual assault and dating violence among AI/AN youth 24 years old and younger with the goal to help promote mental, physical, emotional/spiritual wellness and health relationships
  • Connect Native youth to youth-driven resources that build resiliency.
  • Empower Native youth to overcome challenges by making healthy choices to heal for the next seven generations to overcome suicide and substance abuse.

Indigi-Wellness Healing Resources

HOW TO GET INVOLVED

Enter the Indigi-Wellness Healer Campaign Social Media Raffle and/or Concept Contest by August 20, 2020 @ 11:59 PM ET to win prizes from WE R NATIVE, Healthy Native Youth United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc (UNITY), the Center for Native American Youth and more!

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Download the Indigi-Wellness Healer Campaign Full Toolkit for additional details and social media resources to participate.

Both the #NativeHealing and #IndigiLove images were created by NCUIH's Youth Council member Megan McDermott (Descendant Piegan Blackfeet & Plains Cree).

Social Media Raffle Requirements

Create and share a post  (through Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter) using the #NativeHealing and #IndigiLove infographic resource images to raise awareness for mental health and teen dating violence with images on Native youth wellness, Native helplines and ways to build healthy relationships with your friends, family, and partners (see pages 9 & 10 of campaign toolkit to download images).

Share your post, tag (#NCUIH #NCUIHYC19), and LIKE/Follow the NCUIH social media pages below. Then submit your full entry here: https://bit.ly/2ZS2nLx

Download the Indigi-Wellness Healer Campaign Full Toolkit for additional details and social media resources to participate.

Concept Contest Requirements

Create a post (through Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter) using either #IndigiLove or #NativeHealing Campaign hashtag frame/filter images, fillable Instagram/Facebook story graphics and or by creating a personal video or picture. (see pages 7 & 8 of campaign toolkit to download frames, filters, and story graphics)

Answer one of the three questions below in your post:

  • “What does it mean to be an Indigi-Wellness Healer?”
  • “How do you build healthy relationships with friends, family, and or partners to promote generational healing and wellness?
  • “How do you heal, stay healthy, and resilient while maintaining wellness”?

Share your post, tag (#NCUIH #NCUIHYC19), and LIKE/Follow the NCUIH social media pages below. Then submit your full entry here: https://bit.ly/2OSlsac

LIKE/Follow NCUIH’s social media pages (see links below). 

Facebook: https://bit.ly/3fBX4VL 
Instagram: https://bit.ly/39bjNG4  
Twitter: https://bit.ly/32rBfos 

DEADLINE EXTENSION FOR RAFFLE & CONTEST: Thursday, August 20, 2020 @ 11:59 PM ET

Download the Indigi-Wellness Healer Campaign Full Toolkit for additional details and social media resources to participate.

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Prizes

Top three entries win the following prizes:

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Download the Indigi-Wellness Healer Campaign Full Toolkit for additional details and social media resources to participate.

DEADLINE EXTENSION FOR RAFFLE & CONTEST: Thursday, August 20, 2020 @ 11:59 PM ET

Prizes provided by:

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Contact

Public Health Associate Sebouh Kouyoumjian at skouyoumjian@ncuih.org (202) 544-0344.

BECOME A SPONSOR OR DONATE PRIZES

To support our efforts, please reach out to Public Health Associate Sebouh Kouyoumjian at skouyoumjian@ncuih.org (202) 544-0344.