Injury Prevention

Injury Prevention

Unintentional injuries are the leading cause of death for Native Americans ages 1-44.

Since 2000, the CRIHB Injury Prevention program has successfully obtained numerous grants to fund activities such as providing Child Passenger Safety (CPS) certification courses, teen DUI campaigns, bike helmet campaigns, IHS Injury Prevention trainings, car seat distribution programs, and a mini-grant program.

We will continually seek funding that will increase injury prevention and awareness efforts on tribal lands.

Trainings and technical assistance are available through CRIHB.

Injury Prevention Training

  • National Highway and Traffic Safety Certification course ( NHTSA) Child Passenger Safety Certification, 4 full days with a Car seat fitting station, certificate will be provided by Safe Kids ($85)
  • ¬†Safe Native American Passengers Course( SNAP) Indian Health Service curriculum, 1 full day, basic knowledge only( not a certification course)

Technical Assistance

 

  • Unintentional Injury Prevention
  • Elder Care

Contact

Julie Villa
Health Education Specialist
916-929-9761 ext. 1512
Julie.Villa@crihb.org

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