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New lifeline in Washington now available for Native Americans and Alaska Natives in crisis - State of Reform

New lifeline in Washington now available for Native Americans and Alaska Natives in crisis – State of Reform

A New Washington safety rope which explicitly serves Native American and Alaska Native callers is now available to help those in crisis. Get the latest information on state-specific policies for the healthcare industry delivered to your inbox. The Native and Strong Lifeline, a new state-related feature 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, went live on November …

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OSU-COM at the Cherokee Nation medical student Ashton Glover Gatewood, right, fishes with her family near Wasilla, Alaska.

Medical student spends time in Alaska on tribal medicine training – Oklahoma State University

OSU-COM to Cherokee Nation medical student Ashton Glover Gatewood, right, fishes with her family near Wasilla, Alaska. Gatewood completed a medical rotation at Benteh Nuutah Valley Native Primary Care Center as part of his Tribal Medical Track training. Wednesday, November 16, 2022 Media contact: Sara Plummer | Communications Coordinator | 918-561-1282 | sara.plummer@okstate.edu For medical …

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