Are You Prepared to Take Action for Health This Month?

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As spring unfolds, we're reminded of the fresh opportunities to grow and learn—especially about our health. In line with our belief that continuous education is key to optimal healthcare, we find ourselves surrounded by more resources and discussions on this vital topic than ever before. It's an ongoing conversation that touches each of us, directly or through those we care about.

Taking a moment each day to consider our health and that of our loved ones is more than a practice—it's a step towards improving and prioritizing our wellbeing. Throughout the year, each month shines a light on different health issues, spotlighting them not just for awareness, but as a call to action. This is our invitation to dismantle the barriers to healthcare, one informed decision at a time.

As April welcomes us with its focus on a spectrum of health considerations, from autism awareness to stress management, we encourage you to engage with these themes actively. Let's embrace the chance to make lasting changes that benefit our health and the health of the tribal community.


Here is a quick update of the issues in the spotlight in April.

1. National Autism Awareness Month: This is a time to promote autism awareness and ensure that all affected by autism can achieve the highest quality of life possible.

2. National Stress Awareness Month: April serves as a reminder of the importance of managing stress and raising awareness about the causes and cures for our modern stress epidemic.

3. National Donate Life Month: This month emphasizes the importance of registering to be an organ, eye, and tissue donor, and to celebrate those that have saved lives through the gift of donation.

4. Occupational Therapy Month: Recognizing the important work occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants do in helping people of all ages to live life to its fullest.

5. National Minority Health Month: This observance aims to highlight the health disparities that persist among racial and ethnic minority populations and encourage action through health education, early detection, and control of disease complications.

6. Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM): SAAM is aimed at raising public awareness about sexual violence and educating communities on how to prevent it.


Each of these observances has its own set of activities, campaigns, and educational materials aimed at improving health and well-being within different communities and populations.

Please consider us your ally and resource for your health-related matters. Together, let's navigate the landscape of healthcare with informed minds and empowered actions.

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