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NativeVision Year-Round Program
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NativeVision Year-Round Programs

Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health runs a NativeVision after-school program to promote fitness, nutrition, school completion and resilience year-round  with youth in tribal communities that have hosted the summer camp. The program engages parents as well in activities to support their children’s goals and lifestyle changes.

The after-school program is currently operating with the White Mountain Apache tribe, Santo Domingo Pueblo and Navajo in Shiprock, NM.

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Goals are to:

  • Improve physical fitness
  • Promote healthy food choices
  • Increase sense of connectedness to culture, community, and nature
  • Increase self-esteem and vision for the future
  • Improve youth academic progress

NativeVision is rigorously evaluated to assess the impact of the program and guide improvements.

 
    

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