American Indian Health Commission of Washington State

American Indian Health Commission of Washington State

Snoqualmie Tribe Vaccine Partnership wins Executive’s Award for Community Resilience

  Today King County Executive Dow Constantine announced the Snoqualmie Tribe Vaccine Partnership as the winner of the 11th annual Executive’s Award for Community Resilience for their collaborative effort to deliver tens of thousands of COVID-19 vaccine doses to residents of east King County. The award is given each fall in recognition of outstanding efforts […]

StrongHearts Native Helpline Statement for 2021 Domestic Violence Awareness Month

During Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October, StrongHearts Native Helpline joins advocates, sister organizations and communities throughout Indian Country to raise awareness about domestic violence and to support and honor survivors and victims. This year, StrongHearts calls on everyone — advocates, tribal leaders, reservation and urban Indian community members, service providers and Native organizations — […]

Indigenous-developed simulation space planned for WSU Spokane with Bank of America grant

September 1, 2021 WSU Health Sciences students learn and practice in a simulation space in the Center for Native American Health. Kevin Dudley, WSU Health Sciences Spokane SPOKANE, Wash. – Washington State University Spokane’s Native American Health Sciences (NAHS) program will build what is believed to be the nation’s first indigenous-developed and instructed clinical simulation […]

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