|June 2012-Making the Connection: Barriers and Bridges to Prevention in Hard-to-Reach Communities-Session 3|
Session 3: Engaging and Learning from Tribal Communities
With the CAPTA re-authorization, the reach of CBCAP stretches beyond some of the traditional boundaries. The work now includes unaccompanied homeless youth, adult former victims of maltreatment, and those in need of substance abuse treatment services. At the same time, support for Tribal communities continues to gain momentum. While many existing programs and strategies reach these populations, we have much to learn about their challenges and how we can support them in their prevention efforts. The second session focuses on engaging and learning from tribal communities. The session is designed and informed by members of the Advisory Network.
•Renda Dionne Indian Child and Family Services; NAN member
•Michelle Archuleta, Bemidji Area IHS
•Cece Donnell, Leech Lake Tribal Member
June 2012 CBCAP PLC Slides
Resource from Renda Dionne