The Tribal Behavioral Health curriculum is designed to provide general guidance and understanding to increase the knowledge of behavioral health in the American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) population and among tribal health departments, including issues and challenges — and organizations seeking to improve AI/AN behavioral health.
The 4 courses included in this curriculum will cover several topics related to behavioral health in the AI/AN population, including historical trauma and current issues. Descriptions of some of the programs and organizations that are working to improve AI/AN behavioral health will also be presented.
To complete the Tribal Behavioral Health certificate program you must successfully complete all of the courses listed below.
Courses Assigned to the Certificate Program: Tribal Behavioral Health
|Tribal Behavioral Health 101: Overview of American Indian/Alaska Native Behavioral Health||1|
|Tribal Behavioral Health 102: Health Issues for American Indian/Alaska Native Men||1|
|Tribal Behavioral Health 103: The Opioid Epidemic and American Indian/Alaska Native Communities||1|
|Tribal Behavioral Health 104: Culture is Prevention!||1|