American Indians and Alaska Natives have ready access to high-quality, evidence-based, culturally appropriate, self-directed behavioral health services and recovery supports - provided through a collaborative and integrative network of care - that effectively improves health and well-being.
The National American Indian and Alaska Native Addiction Technology Transfer Center strengthens and promotes systematic behavioral health practice changes that both honor and contribute to the health and well-being of AI & AN communities, tribes, and individuals.
At our Center we support effective approaches for including the rich diversity of American Indian and Alaska Native peoples’ culturally based ways of knowing in the:
We are here, because of those who came before us, to work on behalf of American Indians and Alaska Natives. We draw upon the diverse and unique cultures, ceremonies, customs, and teachings of American Indians and Alaska Natives for strength, wisdom, and guidance. We uphold traditional and integrative approaches to health and self-care and strive to achieve a balance in our mental, spiritual, emotional, and physical wellness.
At our Center, we focus on creating positive change by continuously striving to be:
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