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- Holder Jr., Eric, Attorney General. American Indian/Alaska Native Children Exposed to Violence: Ending Violence so Children Can Thrive. U.S. Department of Justice. November 2014. pg. 93-108.
American Indian and Alaska NativeChildren: Next STEPS
- Subia BigFoot,Dolores, American Indian and Alaska Native Children: Next STEPS, Indian Country Child Trauma Center,University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center,Oklahoma City, OK. 2015
Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
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.
Kelley, A., Restad, D., & Killsback, J. (2018). A public health approach: Documenting the risk and protective factors of suicide ideation in one American Indian community.Psychological Services, 15(3), 325–331.
Scott, W. D., Clapp, J., Mileviciute, I., & Mousseau, A. (2016). Children’s Depression Inventory: A unidimensional factor structure for American Indian and Alaskan native youth.Psychological Assessment, 28(1), 81–91.
Online Continuing Education QUESTION 3 What are six forms of community violence that are especially problematic for AI/AN children and teens? Record the letter of the correct answer the CE Test.