Here you will find information about NCDA’s current projects, as well as information about completed projects to see how we can help you.
- Gallup Indian Medical Center – Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative
The Gallup Indian Medical Center, Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative (DVPI) is finalizing their “Building Healthy Teen Relationships” Curriculum. Native Community Development Associates is the consultant selected to assist in revising their draft curriculum and developing their final project evaluation report.
- Project COPE
The COPE Project will involve providing training and technical assistance related to the NM DOH Office of Community Health Workers, CHW/CHR/Promotora Curriculum Project. Collaborators on this Project include Project COPE team members and the NM Department of Healthy, Office of Community Health Workers, and Gallup Indian Medical Center.
- NM Department of Health Curriculum Project (CHWs/CHRs/Promotoras)
The NM Department of Health, Office of Community Health Workers supported the development of an 11-module curriculum for Community Health Workers, Community Health Representatives, and Promotoras.
- Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative (DVPI) Project – Teen Dating Violence Curriculum
The curriculum project involved the development of a 5-module Teen Dating Violence Curriculum targeting youth ages, 8 to 21 years old. The Project was in coordination and collaboration with the Gallup Indian Medical Center and Coalition for Healthy and Resilient Youth.
- Child Welfare Home Assessment Curriculum Development
The curriculum development project was supported by the Mountains and Plains Child Welfare Implementation Center, The University of Texas at Arlington, School of Social Work. This project involved developing a 3-module training curriculum that supported child welfare home assessors who were responsible for ensuring child safety in short or long term out-of-home placements.
- Hopi Health Care Center SANE Initiative
The Hopi Health Care Center SANE Initiative involved the development of a SANE protocol for trained nursing staff who are responsible for the response and treatment of sexual assault victims within the Hopi Reservation boundaries.
- First Choice Community Healthcare Curriculum Development
The First Choice Community Healthcare Curriculum (FCCH) Project involved the development of a 4-module curriculum that was used as an employee training tool to enhance skills and knowledge in the field of customer service delivery. This project was in collaboration with Soda Creek Consulting Services.
- Santa Clara Pueblo Behavioral Policy and Procedure Development
The Santa Clara Pueblo Behavioral Health Department sought to develop a Behavioral Health Policy and Procedure Manual. The Project included research and drafting a 21-chapter policy for staff, consultants, and interns.
- Santa Clara Pueblo Community Library Evaluation
The Santa Clara Pueblo Community Library Evaluation Project involved data collection and analysis of the Pueblo’s Institute of Museum and Library Services Enhancement Grant.
- SORNA Research Project
The Tribal SORNA Research Project in Indian Country is funded and supported by the SMART Office and managed by Fox Valley Technical College.