Happy Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day

Fathers, you are important! Your impact is lifelong. You don’t have to be perfect, you just have to be a dad!

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Men’s Health Counts

Men’s Health Counts

Men, it’s time to take action! While June is Men’s Health Month, it’s important to keep your health a priority year round. Men’s health is not just a “man problem.” Your health and wellbeing impacts the people you love and who love you, so it’s important to take charge by making healthy lifestyle de

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Be Sun Smart

Be Sun Smart

As the months are getting warmer and the sun is shining brighter, it’s time to bring attention to an important health concern: skin cancer. With skin cancer being one of the most common types of cancer globally, understanding its risks and taking proactive steps is crucial for maintaining skin healt

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Prioritizing Your Health

Prioritizing Your Health

Women often get caught up in taking care of others that they forget to take care of themselves! Taking care of yourself includes caring for your physical, mental, and emotional well-being. Here are some steps you can take to get started bettering your health:Scheduling your annual examExercising dai

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Life is Sacred

Life is Sacred

It’s time to recognize the importance of mental health. Your mental health and wellness are a priority. Not taking care of yourself and your mental health can create or add to problems in every area of life, including your relationships, your job, and most importantly, your personal development.Here

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End the Silence

End the Silence

May 5th, is an opportunity to bring visibility and awareness to Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Relatives. The murder rates for Indigenous women are 10 times higher than the national average (U.S. Department of Justice). It’s time to end the silence and bring healing and justice to our com

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Create Safe Spaces

Create Safe Spaces

Sexual Assault Awareness Month is a time to educate communities and individuals about sexual assault and how to prevent it. Sexual assault is any type of sexual activity or contact that you do not consent to. It may occur within an intimate relationship or at the hands of strangers or other family m

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Reclaim Your Life Today!

Reclaim Your Life Today!

April is Alcohol Awareness Month. Substance use can be a slippery slope, especially for those facing other challenges, including mental health concerns or life stressors. Despite the temporary relief alcohol may seem to provide, increased use can have unhealthy or life-threatening consequences impac

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Handle the Stress!

Handle the Stress!

Stress is a natural human response that prompts us to address challenges and threats in our lives. Affecting more than just your mind, stress can have an impact on a person’s health, whether physically, mentally, or emotionally, and often it is a combination of them all! Everyone experiences stress

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Protect Our Children

Protect Our Children

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time for our Indigenous people to come together to create a safe and healthy environment for our future generations. It is also a time for building strong and supportive communities–essential for preventing child abuse and supporting victims and survivors.Chi

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