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Reaching American Indian and Alaska Native Families
The American Indian and Alaska Native populations are some of the most difficult audiences to reach through traditional means. This toolkit provides information about the cultural background of both groups, and it will help you overcome the barriers often encountered in trying to conduct outreach to them.
Download complete kit (1.8MB, 62 pages)
Table of Contents
AI/AN: Introduction to AI/AN Outreach - Health Systems, Values, and Obstacles to Outreach
AI/AN: Understanding the Basics of AI/AN Outreach
AI/AN: Identifying and Working with Community Leaders
AI/AN: Building Corporate and Organizational Partnerships
AI/AN: Identifying Outreach Opportunities
AI/AN: Key Messages from AI/AN Research
AI/AN: Tactics for Reaching Parents in AI/AN Communities
AI/AN: Protocol for Working with Tribes
AI/AN: Media Outreach and Promotional Materials
AI/AN: Outreach Checklist
AI/AN: Evaluating Your Outreach Efforts
What You Can Do
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