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Seattle Indian Health Board hosted two trainings in March where 19 family medicine physicians from local community health clinics were trained in the use of ear acupuncture using the “NADA protocol.”
SIHB’s new Behavioral Health Director contributes to resource aimed at improving access to substance use treatment by Native people
Our new Behavioral Health Director, Dr. Billie Kipp, contributed to a Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) issued by The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA) to improve access by Native people to treatment for substance use disorders.
Seattle Indian Health Board’s research division, Urban Indian Health Institute, released a report that identified 506 cases in cities across the country of missing or murdered Native American women and girls. Seattle had the most cases. Read the article from The Seattle Times.
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