Culturally Relevant Interventions

There is a need for evidence-based programs (EBPs) which are culturally-relevant. By conducting community-engaged, culturally-sensitive, and in-depth research, these culturally-relevant EBPs can be identified and developed.

Weaving Healthy Families Program: Pilot Results

McKinley, C. E. & Theall, K. P. (2021). Weaving Healthy Families Program: Promoting Resilience While Reducing Violence and Substance Use. Research on Social Work Practice 31 (5),476-492. (Published online March 18, 2021; Issue published July 1, 2021) PMC8276874

Mental & Behavioral Health Interventions with American Indian & Alaska Natives

McKinley, C.E., Figley, C.R., Woodward, S., Liddell, J., Billiot, S., Comby, N., & Sanders, S. (2019). Community-engaged and culturally relevant research to develop mental and behavioral health interventions with American Indian and Alaska Natives. American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research, 26(3), 79-103. 10.5820/aian.2603.2019.79. PMCID: 7063680

Substance Abuse Interventions Among Indigenous Youth

Liddell, J., & Burnette, C. E. (2017). Culturally-informed interventions for substance abuse among Indigenous youth in the United States: A review. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 14(5), 329-359. 10.1080/23761407.2017.1335631

Indigenous Women & Professionals' Solutions to Intimate Partner Violence

Burnette, C. E., & Sanders, S. (2017). Indigenous women and professionals’ proposed solutions to prevent intimate partner violence in tribal communities. Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work, 26(4), 271-288. 10.1080/15313204.2016.1272029