The Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP) is accepting applications for the 19th National Native American Youth Initiative (NNAYI), which will be held on the George Washington University campus in Washington D.C., June 23 – July 1, 2018. American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) high school sophomores, juniors and seniors, ages 16 – 18, who have an interest in the health field… Read More >
Looking for something to do on a Saturday morning besides sleep? Every 4th Saturday of the month is a Garden Work Day our NATIVE HEALTH’s Community Garden at Agave Farms – 4300 North Central Avenue – Phoenix. Gardening begins at 8:00 a.m. Participants can help tend the garden, plant or help pick the vegetable harvest!
NATIVE HEALTH is reaching out to Native American families and the broader community to plan and design a community-based system of care, to support mental health and wellness for Native American children, youth (ages 8-24) and their families. Our introductory GONA is for the NATIVE HEALTH staff including board members, local community families, clients and advisory committee Champions. You are… Read More >
The conference is designed for American Indian youth ages 12 to 19 years old. During the conference, youth will: Learn about health promotion and making healthy choices through fun and interactive workshops Bring awareness that people’s health and well-being are directly connected to how we all treat the land, air and water Prepare for higher education and become oriented to… Read More >
Kindergarten Bootcamp is a free, seven week program for you and your four to five year-old. Kindergarten Bootcamp gives parents tools, information, and activities to use at home to help prepare their child for school success in a fun, educational and interactive setting. Kindergarten Bootcamp consists of seven, 1 hour sessions for children who are preparing to enter kindergarten, or… Read More >