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the National Indian Health Board.
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- National Tribal Behavioral Health Agenda. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. National Indian Health Board. December 2016. pg. 55-59.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Arya, V., Page, A., Dandona, R., Vijayakumar, L., Mayer, P., & Armstrong, G. (2019). The geographic heterogeneity of suicide rates in India by religion, caste, tribe, and other backward classes.Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention, 40(5), 370–374.
Brave Heart, M. Y. H., Chase, J., Myers, O., Elkins, J., Skipper, B., Schmitt, C., Mootz, J., & Waldorf, V. A. (2020). Iwankapiya American Indian pilot clinical trial: Historical trauma and group interpersonal psychotherapy.Psychotherapy, 57(2), 184–196.
de Schweinitz, P. A., Nation, C., DeCou, C. R., Stewart, T. J., & Allen, J. (2017). Cultural perspectives on suicide from a rural Athabascan Alaska Native community: Wellness teams as a strengths-based community response.Journal of Rural Mental Health, 41(1), 4–16.
Rasmus, S. M., Trickett, E., Charles, B., John, S., & Allen, J. (2019). The qasgiq model as an indigenous intervention: Using the cultural logic of contexts to build protective factors for Alaska Native suicide and alcohol misuse prevention.Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 25(1), 44–54.
Online Continuing Education QUESTION 3 What is an important element of the White Mountain Apache Tribe (WMAT) suicide prevention program? Record the letter of the correct answer the CE Test.