Tribal Success Stories
Tribal Success Stories are practice briefs developed by tribes for tribes. In their own words, each success story describes the tribe’s journey towards achieving its goals, including its strategies, lessons learned and resources that supported their effort. Success stories serve as a resource for other tribes who might be on a similar journey.
Tribal Public Health Accreditation
Red Star partnered with the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board, Ho Chunk Nation, Cherokee Nation, and the Lac du Flambeau of Lake Superior Chippewa in the Tribal Accreditation Readiness through Guidance, Education and Technical assistance (TARGET) Project with support from a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Working together like we have one heart was the basis for the partnership, with the primary goal of increasing public health accreditation readiness among Tribal Health Departments.