Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Circle of Life: Empowering American Indian/Alaska Native Youth to Lead Healthy Lives

Circle of Life Webinar
March 20, 2013 1 p.m. (EST)
Interested in finding out more about this innovative approach to educating young people about HIV and STDs in a culturally competent manner before its official launch in March? Sign up to join our webinar! Register Exit Disclaimer  today!
The latest project from the Office of Minority Health Resource Center marries the rich teaching of American Indians and Alaska Natives with present-day technology. Circle of Life uses the medicine wheel and a culturally competent approach to focus on the issues of HIV education and prevention, and promotion of health and wellness among youth. Officially launching in March 2013, the Circle of Life is collaboration between OMHRC and Indian Health Services. Through engaging characters, original artwork and up-to-date health facts, children ages 10 to 13 are led on a journey to better health through this online resource that’s already getting positive buzz from young users. Get a sneak peak and sign up for the March 20 Circle of Life webinar

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