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COVID-19 Indigenous National Needs Assessment

The Indigenous Wellness Research Institute has joined with the Alliance of National Psychological Associations for Racial and Ethnic Equity at American Psychological Association (APA) to represent the American Indian/Native American/Alaska Native arm of the Covid-19 Communities of Color Needs Assessment. This project was championed by the Congressional Tri-Caucus and Reps. Haaland and Davids to conduct a COVID-19 Communities of Color (COC) needs assessment in order to provide a snapshot of the COVID-19 impact and associated disparities among Black, Latinx, Native American, Asian American, and Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander populations. IWRI is in charge of the Native American portion of the needs assessment. The Native American COVID-19 Alliance Needs Assessment (NACA) survey is one of the largest national studies (N=8,549) conducted to date by and for American Indian and Alaska Native Peoples (hereafter referred to as Native American or Native) to identify and give voice to Native American COVID-19 experiences, needs, and resiliencies during the pandemic. The national online assessment was conducted from January 18, 2021 through March 19, 2021. Our purpose was to ensure that our Native voices are included in any tribal, national, or congressional planning and response efforts to the COVID-19 pandemic. Raising the visibility of Native experiences is critical during this pandemic as Native American communities have been hit exceptionally hard and yet remain largely invisible, undercounted, or misidentified in COVID-19 public health surveillance data.

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