Thank you for participating in the 6th Annual W4W!
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Native Women HOPEThe Native Women HOPE Project is a social-skills training intervention. It is aimed at reducing HIV/STI/STD sexual risk behavior. It is comprised of four 2-3 hour sessions, delivered by facilitators in a community-based setting. The sessions are gender specific and culturally relevant and include behavioral skills practice, group discussions, lectures, role-playing, prevention video viewing, and take-home exercises.
Tribal BEAR ProjectThe Tribal BEAR Project is a program of the Northwest AIDS Education and training Center, funded through the Minority AIDS Initiative of Ryan White Care Act. We provide a broad spectrum of HIV/AIDS training to tribal health clinics and Native substance abuse treatment centers in Washington, Oregon, Montana, Idaho and Alaska. Partnering with the Salish Kootenai College Center for Prevention and Wellness on the Flathead Reservation in Montana and the South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency in Washington State, the BEAR Project brings culturally sensitive training directly to busy tribal clinic providers, nurses, behavioral health, outreach, and other staff. Most clinics are located in remote areas where HIV-specific training is not typically available.
Women 4 WellnessWomen 4 Wellness is an annual health fair provided to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes area since 2009. W4W aims to improve the health of our area women through preventative education, health promotion, free screenings and test. Our goal is to help women become involved in their health care and to help them take the steps necessary to live healthy lives. Join us May 15th, 2014 at the Joe McDonald Health and Fitness Center.
- Call 406.275.TEST for an appointment.
- Stop by the John Peter Paul Building on the SKC Campus Room 110
- Free Confidential HIV Testing
- Free Condoms & Lubricants
- Confidential Chlamydia Testing $20.00
- Confidential Chlamydia & Gonorrhea Testing $30.00
- Educational Brochures
The Center for Prevention & Wellness
Since 2005 the Center for Prevention & Wellness (CPW) at Salish Kootenai College has been providing multiple HIV/STD services to the surrounding rural community on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana. The program has steadily grown to become a reliable & confidential resource for the community.