Lessons Learned in Providing Health Care Services for Native Youth

Date: June 30, 2014

The Native Youth Project (NYP) was a national learning collaborative facilitated by the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI), Healthy Teen Network, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that engaged seven community-based organizations serving American Indian youth to support the communities to select, adapt, and implement evidence-based programs. However, what the project results were not able to illuminate were the processes grantees engaged in to make the NYP a reality in their specific communities. To share these lessons learned with other communities and promote sustainability, the CDC and NNPHI contracted with Healthy Teen Network to conduct Learning Walks.

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Citation: Desiderio, G., Garrido, M., Martínez García, G., and Eisler, A. (2014). Lessons Learned in Providing Health Care Services for Native Youth. Baltimore: Healthy Teen Network.

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