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9th Annual American Indian Symposium: Improving American Indian Wellness in the 21st Century

Event Type: Conference
What: The American Indian Symposium is a forum where American Indians can share their strategies, models and tools with individuals and organizations that provide services to urban American Indians. These are the agencies which provide health, mental health, education, and legal services within the Greater Kansas City area. The purpose of the Symposium is to create effective partnerships to deliver culturally sensitive care for American Indians in the urban community setting and to broaden access to the resources needed to create programs benefiting all American Indian populations. The Symposium targets management-level personnel as well as front-line employees in these health, education, mental health and law environments. The American Indian Symposium is a unique learning event that features national and local leaders in the American Indian community. All presenters are enrolled members of federally recognized Indian tribes and nations throughout the United States.
When: 11/7/2012;  8:00 AM To 5:00 AM
Where: Kauffman Foundation Conference Center
4801 Rockhill Road
Kansas City, Missouri 64110

Event Venue Website: Kauffman Foundation Conference Center
For more information, contact: Jan Wrolstad - Mid-America ATTC
Phone: 816-235-5056
Fax:
Email: wrolstadj@umkc.edu
Registration: Go to http://american-indian-symposium.ennect.com/events/ais12
Cost: $50
Collaborators:
American Indian Council; American Indian Health Research & Education Alliance; Center for American Indian Community Health; MO Dept of Health & Senior Srvs, Bureau of Special Health Care Needs; U.S. Dept of HHS, Region VII, Office on Women's Health
City of Kansas City Missouri Health Department
Attachments:
  • Symposium flyer

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