A Community-Based Evaluation of a Culturally-Grounded, American Indian After-School Prevention Program: The Value of Practitioner-Researcher Collaboration

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Colorado School of Public Health

This journal article summarizes the community-engaged evaluation of an urban AI youth after-school program that has transitioned into a culturally grounded prevention program. The article describes ways to create a successful research collaboration between AI communities and academics and the implications for understanding the importance of culturally-grounded programs for AI youth who reside in urban areas.

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Schools and School Districts

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