Supporting Urban Native Youth (SUNY)

Supporting Urban Native Youth (SUNY)

Through a Native Connections cooperative agreement with SAMSHA, the National Council of Urban Indian Health’s (NCUIH) Supporting Urban Native Youth (SUNY) program proposes to build the capacity of urban communities to assist urban youth to live healthy lives through community support.

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About the Series:

The Mental Wellness Series is part of the "Supporting Urban Native Youth" project through a SAMHSA Native Connections grant.

Consisting of three webinars, the series aims to promote mental wellness strategies within the Native community.

Upcoming Events

SUNY Webinar 3 FINAL

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January 27, 2021 | 1-2PM EST

Presenters:

Who Should Attend?  Urban Indian Organizations (UIOs)

Objectives:

 

For more great resources from past events, see below!

December 15, 2020
Building Safe Havens for Native American Youth and Adults Through Coalition Building *in collaboration with the Homelessness and Housing Insecurity in the Era of COVID-19 Series

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January 5, 2021
Providing Traditional Medicine Sources to Youth Through Telehealth

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