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Kimaw Medical Center's Office of Tribal Injury & Violence Prevention Programs

Program Type: Local Effort - Programs and/or activities that have not been evaluated but are identified by local programs as producing positive results.

The Kimaw Medical Center's Office of Tribal Injury & Violence Prevention Programs coordinate various existing injury prevention focused community programs, institutions and agencies in injury prevention activities, events and campaigns. Our goal is to reduce injuries involving tribal adults and minors while “driving under the influence,” non-use of safety restraints in motor vehicular crashes, and domestic violence injuries related to alcohol and other drug related problems. The Tribal Injury & Prevention Program will document injuries by use of computerized tracking system for specific types of injury trends for injury prevention surveillance. We provide injury prevention incentives, training and utilizing media resources to reduce incidence of injuries through public education legislation, enforcement, and community support.

Age Group(s):
Children, Adolescents, Adults, Elderly

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Health Indicator(s):
Injury Prevention

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Name: Norma Pole-McAdams
Site or Location Name: Hoopa Tribe: K'imaw's Tribal Injury & Violence Prevention Program
PO Box 1288
Hoopa, CA 00000
Phone: 5306254261