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Native American Community Health
A 30 years legacy of Seva support

 

Through community support, the Native American Community Health Program is providing grant funding, advocacy, and technical assistance to our valued grassroots Native partners.

Seva is working to raise awareness of Native American health disparities, promote self-reliance, and prevent chronic disease such as diabetes. 

Seva's programs have recently been featured in many publications, including USA Today, Cultural Survival, Indian Country Today, and on the radio programs Native American Calling and Bay Native Circle Radio.

This past year, in partnerhsip with The University of California Berkeley's School of Public Health, Seva is proud to have produced Healthy Harvests, a public health event that featured many speakers including Brahm Ahmadi, founder of Oakland's People’s Community Market, and Seva Board Member Michael Bird, who served as the first Native American President of the American Public Health Association (APHA).

The program also recently has had the honor of presenting Seva's work at the APHA Conference in Washington D.C., where we were invited to share about our effective use of collaborations in building the capacity of grassroots indigenous health programs.


Follow the latest, on Seva's Native American Community Health Program blog >


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Support this work with a Gift of Service
Traditional foods are an important part of Seva's Native American Community Heath program.  You can support these projects with a Gift of Service!


Living Native
An exciting project being implemented in partnership with the Intertribal Friendship House.


Good Heart Garden
Seva and the Brave Heart Society are preventing diabetes with a program that brings traditional foods back to the Yankton communities of South Dakota.


Ilinniagvik Attautchikun makes the News
Read this great article from The Arctic Sounder
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