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NativeVision Year-Round Program
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To extend the impact of camp and reinforce the attitude and behavior change that is so powerfully begun in the summer, the Center for American Indian Health has lauched year-round NativeVision after-school programs in five tribal communities.  The after school program is currently serving students in Santo Domingo Pueblo (NM), the White Mountain Apache tribe (AZ), on the Navajo Nation (Shiprock, NM and Tuba City, AZ), and with the Tonawanda Seneca Nation (NY), with plans to expand to additional communities in the years ahead.  The model includes: 

  • Regular fitness activities.

  • Nutrition and health lifestyles promotion.

  • Encouragement to complete high school and pursue higher education.

  • Parent engagement to support their participating children's goals.

  • ​Elder's involvement to promote resilience, wellness and cultural connectedness.

The NativeVision camp and after-school programs are throughly evaluated to monitor impact and changes in knowledge, attitudes and behavior among the youth.


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