Download only This fact sheet provides information and resources related to the specific bullying prevention needs for American Indian and Alaska Native communities. It highlights effective school-based anti-bullying prevention strategies. Publication ID SMA16-4996 Publication Date December 2016 Format Fact Sheet Download Bullying Prevention in Indian Country PDF 1 MB Find Related Information Audience Family & Advocates Federal Tribal Partners National Tribal Organizations Prevention Professionals Professional Care Providers Public Health Professionals Population Group Adolescents as Population Group Children as Population Group You May Also Be Interested In Suicide Prevention in Indian Country This fact sheet, developed for tribal audiences and the agencies that work with them, reviews suicide prevention in Indian Country and how the 2012 National Strategy for Suicide Prevention can apply to tribal communities. Self-Disclosure and Its Impact on Individuals Who Receive Mental Health Services This resource examines the role self-disclosure plays in reducing negative public perceptions associated with mental illness. It looks at factors from literature and key informant interviews that promote or hinder self-disclosure, and offers recommendations. To Live To See the Great Day That Dawns: Preventing Suicide by American Indian and Alaska Native Youth and Young Adults This manual lays the groundwork for community-based suicide prevention and mental health promotion plans for American Indian and Alaska Native teens and young adults. It addresses risks, protective factors and awareness, and describes prevention models for action. Spotlight: Building Resilient and Trauma-Informed Communities – Introduction The SAMHSA Spotlight Series highlights different approaches to building trauma-informed, resilient communities. This introductory issue present's SAMHSA's six principles of trauma-informed approach, and summarizes SAMHSA's community trauma initiative. Good Mental Health is Ageless This brochure aims to help older adults understand the importance of good mental health. It identifies signs of depression and emotional issues, and offers steps to overcome them. Advancing Best Practices in Behavioral Health for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Boys and Men This report highlights existing programs that address behavioral health disparities among Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander boys and young men. It also outlines effective tools and best practices in working with this population.