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RESOLUTION CS-51-21 An Action Relating to the Health, Education, and Human Services, Law and Order, and Naabik'iyati Committees, and the Navajo Nation Council Approving the Navajo Nation Dine Action Plan

Updates and announcements
Raquel Chee, Judicial Branch grants administrator, delivered a report on an update of the Diné Action Plan to the Law and Order Committee at its meeting on October 23, 2017.

Tribal Action Plan meeting February 22, 2017, 9am-4pm at Marriott Courtyard, Farmington, NM *new location.  See agenda.

VIOLENCE, SUICIDE AND ADDICTION DATA PowerPoint presentation at Navajo Nation Public Safety Summit on January 30, 2016. Download.
Tribal Action Planning Worksession being held January 17-18, 2017, at the Staff Development and Training Center, Window Rock, Ariz. See agenda.
Sexual Assault Prevention Sub-committee of the Naabik'iyati' Committee meeting on Monday, November 14, 2016. Report on Tribal Action Plan on agenda.
Tribal Action Plan leads Raquel Chee and Yvonne Kee-Billison, along with Theresa Galvan of DBHS, delivered an update report to the Navajo Nation Council's Sexual Assault Prevention Sub-committee on October 14, 2016.
  • Navajo Nation Criminal Justice System Flowchart, courtesy of the Navajo Nation Criminal Justice Planning Committee
  • A Tribal Action Plan work session was held October 10-11, 2016. The planning team worked further on the problem statements, goals and objectives. Also discussed were the community survey and the possibility of changing the name of the TAP.
    The final evaluation report for TAP II has been issued. The report is available here.
    September 13-15, 2016
    Tribal Action Plan II workshop
    Sheraton Airport, Albuquerque, New Mexico

    August 1-3, 2016
    Tribal Action Plan workshop
    Twin Arrows, Arizona


    August 1, 2016

      "What does our data say?" Data Presentation by J.B. Kinlacheeny, MPH, Navajo Epidemiology Center, and Capt. Christine Benally, PHD, Indian Health Service updated
      Update on Tribal Laws (Powerpoint) - Alisha Thompson, Staff Attorney, Navajo Nation Judicial Branch
      Update on Federal Laws (Powerpoint) - Dan Moquin, Staff Attorney, Navajo Nation Judicial Branch
      Multi-Disciplinary Crisis Response Teams
    • Jesse Delmar, Division of Public Safety
    • Yvonne Kee-Billison, Office of the President & Vice President
    • M. Teresa Hopkins, Navajo Nation Telecommunications Regulatory Commission
      Fears and Needs Resource Mapping - Regina Roanhrose, To'hajiilee/Alamo Judicial District, and Melissa Riley, Independent Consultant
    August 2, 2016

    Systems of Care Panel Discussion


    Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Healing Panel Discussion

    • Prosecutor
    • Judicial Branch - Peacemaking
    • Victim Advocate
    • Consumer/Defendant
    • Public Defender
    • Judge
    • Staff Attorney
    • Social Services
      Community Based Programs: Relevance to the Tribal Action Plan Panel Discussion
      Education: How are our schools addressing violence, suicide, and substance abuse? Panel Discussion
    • Navajo Nation Board of Education
    • Department of Dine Education
    • Head Start
    • First Things First
    August 3, 2016
      Panel Discussion: Using Our Language, Culture, and Spirituality to Carry Us Forward
    • Navajo Peacemaking Program
    • Traditional Practitioner
    • Reverend
    • Navajo Language Instructor
    • Traditional and Cultural Liaison
      Youth Panel Discussion
    More on Tribal Action Planning and Tribal Justice System Planning
      Fact sheet for Grant 2014-IC-BX-0007 Amount $74,570 Assessment and Tribal Action Plan Development
      Evaluation for Tribal Action Planning and Tribal Justice System Planning workshop held August 1-3, 2016 updated

    Fact Sheet News, Facts and Updates

      Executive Order No. 04-2016 Sexual Harassment Workplace Policy and Mandatory Training
      CF-12-05 Controlled Substance Act of 2004
      Chinle High School Teen Clinic brochure
      Four Corners Regional Health Center brochure
      Shiprock Teen Life Center brochure
      2015 Navajo Nation Criminal Justice Summit newsletter
      Building Communities of Hope Suicide Post Vention brochure
      Northern Agency Crisis Response Alliance Suicide Crisis Phone Tree and Suicide Crisis Response Volunteer Application
      Sexual Assault Services of Northwest New Mexico brochure
      Navajo Epidemiology Center reports on Navajo Department of Health website