Project Name: Quartz Valley Indian Reservation (QVIR) Youth and Family Trees
Population(s) to be served: Adolescents and/or transitional aged youth and their families/primary caregivers with Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and/or co-occurring substance use and/or mental health disorders within the service area of Quartz Valley Indian Reservation/Anav Tribal Health Clinic (QVIR/ATHC)
Strategies/interventions: Project ASSERT; Internal Family Systems Therapy; Medication-Assisted Treatment; American Indian Life Skills; Gathering of Native Americans; Positive Indian Parenting; Keep it Sacred; Forever Free for Baby and Me.
Project goals and measurable objectives:
Goal 1. Increase the number of individuals served with evidence-based services and practices.
Sample Objective: Provide brief interventions, prevent, and treat substance abuse
Goal 2. Increase abstinence from the alcohol, marijuana, and other use of substances.
Sample Objective: Implement the administration of uniform screening measures.
Goal 3. Increase access, engagement, and retention in treatment
Sample Objective: Implement a wraparound service delivery model
Goal 4. Improve parenting skills and family functioning
Sample Objective: Offer Positive Indian Parenting classes.
Goal 5. Improve educational, employment, and housing stability
Sample Objective: Develop a local resource manual
Goal 6. Decrease involvement in and exposure to crime and violence
Sample Objective: Provide transportation to healthy activities
Goal 7. Improve mental health
Sample Objective: Provide evidence based mental health counseling services
Goal 8. Increase access to health services for underserved populations
Sample Objective: Increase services include transportation and behavioral health integration
Goal 9. Provide tobacco use counseling as part of standard of practice
Sample Objective: Implement evidence-based education and counseling interventions