UIHI: Talking to kids about COVID-19

Urban Indian Health Institute (UIHI) created an illustrated guide on talking to Native youth about COVID-19.  There is also a supplemental fact sheet that provides in-depth information to assist caregivers in having a trauma informed and resiliency based conversation.  Tribal, Urban, and rural clinics, may request these resources in print either as a poster, table pop-up poster, or free standing large banner for waiting rooms and other clinic spaces.

The request may be submitted directly to UIHI via email at info@uihi.org.  The print options are available on a first come, first serve basis.

They may be downloaded on demand directly from the UIHI website https://www.uihi.org/projects/covid/.

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