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Three Fires Comprehensive Cancer Consortium

The Three Fires programs aim to decrease cancer rates, improve the quality of life among cancer survivors and decrease cancer morbidity and mortality for Michigan’s American Indians.

The Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan’s National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program aims to decrease colon, breast and lung cancer, improve quality of life among cancer survivors and decrease cancer morbidity and mortality for Michigan’s American Indians.

The Three Fires Cancer Consortium, addresses cancer-related health disparities among Michigan’s American Indian populations through the use of policy, systems and environmental change strategies.

Five tribes are participating in this consortium: 

  • Bay Mills Indian Community
  • Hannahville Indian Community
  • Keweenaw Bay Indian Community 
  • Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians
  • Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians

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Recovery - Sexual Abuse

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Data Repositories

Welcome to the Tribal Prevention Data Repository, a central location to access data and data sources relating to behavioral health issues. The data repository is geared to meet the needs of Michigan’s Tribal Behavioral Health Staff. This repository is a living tool that will be updated regularly to ensure that it can be useful as tool to increase capacity for tribal communities to address behavioral health issues. If you have any recommendations or issues with the data repository please feel free to reach out via email: jmayo@itcmi.org

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Marijuana

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Other Substance Misuse

All Drug Data

Suicide Data

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Staff

To contact our staff dial one of these numbers followed by the extensions listed below. 906.632.6896 or 877.482.3601 or 800.562.4957

Lisa Moran

Department Director

Ext: 126
Email: lmoran@itcmi.org

Cody Jodoin

Assistant Director

Ext: 160
Email: cjodoin@itcmi.org

Amanda Frazier

SOR2 Programs Manager

Ext: 130
Email: amanda.frazier@itcmi.org

Sheila Hammock

NC Manager

Ext: 131
Email: shammock@itcmi.org

Melissa Colby

COVID-19 ERSP Programs Manager

Ext: 161
Email: mcolby@itcmi.org

Linda Grossett

Administrative Assistant

Ext: 162
Email: lgrossett@itcmi.org

Arlene Kashata

TTAC Program Manager

Ext: N/A
Email: akashata@itcmi.org

Josh Mayo

Epidemiologist

Ext: 125
Email: jmayo@itcmi.org

Laura Campbell

Data Coordinator

Ext: 113
Email: laura.campbell@itcmi.org

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Health Risk Behaviors Among Native Americans in Michigan

This report presents estimates from both the 2017 Native American BRFS (NaBRFS) and the State of Michigan 2017 BRFSS (MiBRFS). When possible, comparison charts will be included to highlight health disparities.

The NaBRFS is one of the only sources of state-specific, population-based estimates of the prevalence of various health behaviors, medical conditions, and preventive health care practices among Native American Michigan adults. The survey findings can be used by Tribal agencies, public health agencies, academic institutions, nonprofit organizations, and others to develop programs that promote the health of Native American Michigan citizens.

The results from the 2017 NaBRFS presented within this report have been weighted as described in the methods section and can be interpreted as prevalence estimates among the Michigan Native American adult population.

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Anishinaabek Cooking Resources

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Healthy Cooking Anishinaabek Way Cookbook

Included below is a collaborative collection of recipes, cooking videos, and other healthy nutrition materials titled Anishinaabek Cooking Resources (ACR). The ACR cooking video and recipe content was created by the Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan and participating tribes through support from its Michigan Tribal Food Access Coalition and Walmart Healthy Native Foods Projects. 

The Anishinaabek Cooking Resources are packaged into a series of 12 monthly PDF sets which include links to cooking demonstration videos, recipes, and nutrition education resources.  Each recipe demonstration promotes the use of healthy ingredients which are traditional to Michigan Native Americans, many of which are available at local grocery stores, farmer’s markets, or through Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservation (FDPIR) programs.

The educational resources which accompany each video link include handouts on Anishinaabek culture through the 13 Moons Anishinaabe Nutrition project and nutrition information and cooking tips provided by the 2020 Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

We hope that everyone will enjoy our ACR Cookbook and the delicious health-giving recipes within.

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COVID-19 Resources

What We're Doing To Keep Everyone Safe

RESOURCES, TRAINING & TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE.

This web portal is designed as a COVID-19 response to benefit the entire geographical area of Michigan both tribal and non-tribal through enhanced resource and information sharing, as well as joint communication and collaboration. The purpose of this COVID-19 portal is to provide resources, training, and technical assistance to support the 12 federally recognized tribes in conducting health activities in response to COVID-19.  

Community Resources

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COVID-19 Data & Tracking

Provider Resources & Scientific Literature

From the White House

From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

 

From the Indian Health Service (IHS)

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Testing Guidelines

Emergency Preparedness

Vaccines

Telehealth Resources

Workplace & Facility Guidelines

Communication & Media Resources

CDC | Public Service Announcements (PSAs)

Find COVID-19 public service announcements (PSAs) in multiple languages about what to do if you are sick, how to wear a mask, and other important topics.

CDC | Public Service Announcements (PSAs)

Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health

IllumiNative

American Indian Institute

UIHI | The 3 W’s Postcard
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MDHHS – Nov. 2020 | Pause to Save Lives Infographic
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MDHHS – Nov. 2020 | Social Gathering
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CDC cloth face covering building entrance
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CDC cloth face covering
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Face covering information
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COVID-19 fact Sheet
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Quarantine vs isolation
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Cloth face covering poster
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Social Distancing cloth face covering
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COVID-19 symptoms poster 11×17
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UIHI | COVID-19 Fact Sheets for Tribes and Urban Indian Communities
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MDHHS – Nov. 2020 | Safe Social Pods Infographic
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COVID-19 Symptoms
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COVID-19 What you can do if you are high risk
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Important information about cloth face coverings
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Living in close quarters with large or extended families
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Prevention
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Center for American Indian Health | Weaving a Basket for Community Safety Against COVID-19
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Sick with COVID-19 Fact Sheet
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Stop the spread of germs poster 11×17
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Stop the spread of germs
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