Prevention Information - Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center
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Prevention Information

Yellowhawk Prevention Program Information

Circles of Hope

The Circles of Hope Suicide Prevention program provides suicide prevention education to youth, adults, and elders through a variety of programming such as Question, Persuade, and Refer (QPR) training, Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) training, Project Venture, Gathering of Native Americans (GONA) events, High School Gathering, Veteran’s outreach, community outreach, and summer camps.

Alcohol and Drug Prevention Education Program

The A&D program provides services and programming to youth, adults and elders which includes Sons & Daughters of Tradition (SDOT), New Beginnings Coalition, Partnerships for Success (PFS), and other A&D prevention education programming.

Project Venture

Project Venture is a Yellowhawk Behavioral Health Prevention program geared toward outdoor activities and supporting mental and physical wellness. Project Venture is open to youth and families to learn and explore healthy alternatives to healing and building healthy connections.

Native Connections

Native Connections promotes healing and wellness within the community through the development of partnerships and programming. Native Connections provides services and programs to youth, adults, and elders which includes Gathering of Native Americans (GONA) events, Conscious Discipline workshops/trainings, Project Venture, Native STAND, as well as other healing and wellness opportunities. For more information, please contact Ashley Harding at 541 240-8425.

Youth Outreach

Youth Outreach serves youth in grades 1st-12th with a number of activities and programs including Afterschool program, X’alish Lacrosse Program, Native STAND, Project Venture, as well as summer youth camps.

For more information about these programs, please call 541-240-8670