American Indian or Alaska Native

The efforts of the Cherokee Nation CCC Program and their partners resulted in the establishment of tobacco-free policies at schools within the Cherokee Nation Tribal Jurisdictional Service Area.
This special section of the American Cancer Society Cancer Facts & Figures 2022 focuses on cancer in the American Indian and Alaska Native population.
This U.S. Cancer Statistics Data Brief addresses the incidence of selected cancers in AI/AN adolescent and young adult populations.
This CDC site provides reliable information on cancer incidence and mortality among AI/AN people.
Expert panelists share ways to be more proactive with breast cancer screening, in interaction with healthcare providers, and in sharing breast cancer stories.
The National Native Network has compiled resources on its website addressing HPV and HBV vaccination.
This article provides tips for communicating effectively with or about American Indian and Alaska Native people.
The National Native Network with the Indian Health Service Clinical Support Center present a recorded webinar on smoke-free tribal housing policies.
This toolkit from the National Native Network provides the framework for a planning, delivering and evaluating a community cervical cancer screening event for American Indian/Alaskan Native (AI/AN) women.
Hosting effective online community events and meetings in rural, remote, and Indigenous Communities can be challenging. From tools and technology to logistics and engagement, this toolkit was created to help you address some of the most common virtual meeting barriers and opportunities.