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Circle of Wellness Program
Through our Circle of Wellness Program, AICI provides health education, screenings, and referral services to American Indians/Alaska Natives/Native Hawai'ians in Indiana. AICI also offers health-related cultural competency workshops to non-Indian health care providers in Indiana who service American Indian/Alsaka Native/Native Hawai'ian clients. Look for the AICI booth at pow wows, health fairs and community events to get your FREE health screening!
Handbook for Recovery After a Suicide Attempt
Free to download, this resource book
guides people through the first steps toward recovery and a hopeful future after a suicide attempt. It includes personal stories from survivors, and strategies for recovery, such as re-establishing connections and finding a counselor.
Traditional Over Conventional Therapies When it Comes to Native Vets and PTSD
Many Native American veterans who participated in a university survey about Post- Traumatic Stress Disorder say traditional healing therapies are more effective for them than conventional therapies offered by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Among the therapies they cite: Sweat lodge ceremonies, purification lodge ceremonies, spiritual ceremonies involving sacred songs and...Read more
VA and Indian Health Services Reimbursement Agreement
See our Veterans Assistance page here
The Health Benefits of Bison Meat
Physical Activity Kit (PAK) Books, Videos, Training & Resources
Diabetes Risk Test
Take the Diabetes Risk test for free at www.StopDiabetes.com
to learn your chances of developing type2 diabetes and preventing Type2 diabetes. Early intervention through weight loss, increased physical activity and lifestyle changes can lower the risk of developing Type2 diabetes. Visit www.StopDiabetes.com
or call 1-800-DIABETES for more information. Take part and know your risk!
Restoring the Balance
Traditional concepts and teachings of balance and harmony have guided our
American Indian and Alaska Native people. For generations, we have been taught that our physical, emotional and spiritual well-being is interconnected with our community and what affects our surroundings will affect our health.
This comic book is of a teenager, Kyle, who faces social problems and constant criticism from authority figures at school. He finds himself too overwhelmed one day at school and considers taking his own life, but his grandfather gives him hope with a traditional story-- a story of the struggle between good and evil over the spirits of youth. Darkness Calls
Native Health News Alliance
"Your source for health news in Indian Country"
Information on Mesothelioma
Living With Cancer
- Art and Well Being
- Children of Parents with Cancer
- Coping with CLL and Slow Growing Lymphomas
- Coping with Multiple Myeloma
- Empowered Living with Metastatic and Recurrent Cancer
- Young Adults Group 18 to 39 Years Old
The first Monday of each month (except for national holidays) from 5:00 to 7:30pm at the IU Cancer Pavilion (map link: http://goo.gl/maps/Oe9Ux
). Light Dinner and Support.