Community & Resources

Community Resources

The IHART community is made up of community health providers and nationally recognized and dedicated research scientists and from around the United States and Canada. One of the primary objectives of the program is to make their wisdom and experience in HIV/AIDS, mental health, substance abuse, and reproductive health services and research available to fellows in training meetings and one-to-one mentoring.

Another objective of IHART is bi-directional mentoring in which every member of the group may learn from one another. Fellows also have access to experienced cultural mentors for guidance on conducting research in Indian country.

The resources of the IHART community are available here to a larger public in the hope that they may provide information and assistance to a greater number of people than the project can reach personally.

Presentations from training events can be found under the Training tab. The rest of the tabs offer links to online resources.

The Community Links page gathers together links to IHART Advisory Board web sites that offer valuable information about HIV/AIDS services in Indian Country all over the United States.