Part I: Partnerships
March 26, 2018
The Division of Behavioral Health hosted the first panel in the four-part Gen-I Youth Resiliency Panel Series, titled "Partnerships." This panel highlighted the importance of partnerships in promoting positive development and fostering resiliency among Native Youth. Through this partnership, the Indian Health Service works with the Boys and Girls Club of America Native Services to support Native Youth. The panelists for this event were:
- Carla Knapp, Vice President BGCA Native Services Unit
- Lindsey Harris, CEO, Boys & Girls Club of Chelsea
- Jay Abeyta, CEO Boys & Girls Club of Ohkay Owingeh
- Heather Peterson, CEO Boys & Girls Club of Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe
- Jennalee Somes, MSPI Coordinator & Unit Director, Boys & Girls Club of Bay Mills
- Minette Galindo, IHS Headquarters, Division of Behavioral Health
Watch the first session AdobeConnect webinar recording.
View or download the Part 1: Partnerships presentation. [PDF - 3.7 MB]
Part 2: People
June 25, 2018
The second panel of the four-part Gen-I Youth Resiliency Panel Series, titled "People," focused on how grantees recruit, develop, and retain behavioral health staff specializing in child, adolescent, and family services to serve Native youth.
View or download the Part II: People presentation. [PDF - 1.5 MB]
Part 3: Quality
December 17, 2018
The Division of Behavioral Health hosted the third part of the Gen-I Youth Resiliency Series, titled “Quality”. This webinar highlighted how Tribal grantees use evidence-based and practice-based approaches to build resiliency to ensure quality in service delivery in a culturally-tailored approach. The guest speaker for this event:
- Carrie Manning, Program Coordinator, Spotted Bull Recovery Resource Center, Assiniboine and Sioux Tribe of the Ft. Peck Reservation
Watch the third session AdobeConnect webinar recording.
Part 4: Resources
December 18, 2018
The Division of Behavioral Health hosted the final part of the Gen-I Youth Resiliency Series, titled "Resources." This webinar highlighted how urban grantees promote family engagement and increase access to suicide prevention activities for youth while tailoring their approach to the Urban Native Youth experience. The guest speaker for this event:
- Lauren Miller, MSc, MSW, LSW, Director of Youth Program and Youth Social Worker, American Indian Health Services of Chicago Inc.