We R Native has created a sister site for adults — Healthy Native Youth — a one-stop-shop for educators and adolescent health advocates who want to expand learning opportunities for native youth. The site is designed for tribal health educators, teachers, parents and caring adults – providing the training and tools needed to access and deliver effective, age-appropriate programs.
Learn more about the website at healthynativeyouth.org
We R Native Curriculum & Facilitator Guide
Get your students actively involved in their own health and wellbeing! The We R Native Curriculum is housed in the Healthy Native Youth portal. The 10-session Facilitator Guide offers:
- Fun, interactive lessons for using We R Native’s multimedia health resources with students 13-18 years old;
- Activities incorporate connection to culture as a protective factor, while covering vital information about suicide prevention, mental health, sexual health, dating and relationships, drug and alcohol use, and bullying.
- The lessons align with common core standards and have been reviewed for medical accuracy by the HHS Family and Youth Services Bureau.
- No training is required to implement in your home community. If you are interested in a training or technical assistance about the We R Native Curriculum, submit a Technical Assistance request.
Download the free Facilitator Guide and Lesson Plans!
For Health Advocates
Help Spread the Word! We R Native is a multimedia health resource for Native teens and young adults, developed by the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board. We hope you will use We R Native to spark native youth interest in community service, health and wellness, and important issues that affect Native people.
1. Thing You Can Do:
We know that there are other topics important to Native youth, not yet covered by the website. Have your students brainstorm topics and create a new page. Each page should include 2-3 paragraphs of text, as well as an image or link to an accompanying video. Send your submission to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are more ideas on things you can do.