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National Tribal Behavioral Health Agenda

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The Tribal Behavioral Health Agenda (TBHA), published in 2016, was a monumental collaborative effort between many Tribes, leaders, organizations, and federal agencies. In 2022, SAMHSA began the process of convening Tribal leaders and federal agencies to discuss the next steps for the TBHA. During these discussions, Tribal leaders emphasized the need for increased awareness and application of the TBHA.

To make the TBHA more accessible and user friendly, it has expanded to this online platform. You can easily navigate more information about sections of the TBHA and find relevant resources and links below.

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Historical and Current Context

Background on the historical and current contexts of Tribal communities, data on targeted behavioral health issues, and health care service system issues and considerations.

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Cultural Wisdom Declaration

This declaration ensures the success in embedding culturally relevant health promotion and healing interventions into health and human service initiatives supported by Tribes, Federal agencies, and other entities.

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Priorities for Working Collaboratively

Tribal leaders, administrators, and members agree the TBHA is an initial step toward driving action in the same direction and along a common path.

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Strategic Plans

Leveraging Tribal community ideas and incorporating existing Federal strategic plans to ensure the adoption of priorities, encourage collaboration, and assess progress.

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Tribal Data

Access to timely and accurate data allows communities to capture their true needs and have effective community-based planning and improvement of outcomes.

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Contributors

The TBHA is a collective effort among tribes, Tribal leaders, national and regional Tribal organizations, SAMHSA Regional Administrators, SAMHSA staff members, and Federal partners.

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The National Tribal Behavioral Health Agenda (TBHA)

The TBHA creates a platform that allows Tribal and Federal collaborators to chart priorities for funding, programs, and policy decisions. Collaboration is the power of the TBHA.

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Last Updated: 09/11/2023

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