THRIVE Project Coordinator
The Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (NPAIHB) oversees the Northwest Tribal Epidemiology Center. The Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board serves the 43 federally recognized tribes in Idaho, Oregon and Washington. This project will carry out suicide prevention activities required by SAMHSA. The project coordinator will work closely with the project director and will collaborate with states, Tribes, and other organizations on project related activities. The project coordinator will provide technical and specialized support to the Project Director (PD) to support the overall project goals and objectives. The THRIVE project works to reduce suicide rates among American Indians and Alaska Natives living in the Pacific Northwest by increasing tribal capacity to prevent suicide and by improving regional collaborations.
The Project Coordinator will also support will also support THRIVE in its on-line resource development and dissemination of health resources via the NPAIHB website. The project coordinator will lead the development and dissemination of health messaging via the www.npaihb.org and www.wernative.org multimedia channels (i.e. website, text messaging service, videos, and social networking channels). Important functions of this position include specific assistance to sub-recipients of the grant, organizing the annual THRIVE conference, and providing on-site suicide prevention trainings to NW Tribes (i.e. Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) and Question Persuade Refer (QPR)).
Applications can be found online at www.npaihb.org
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