Project

Bois Forte and International Falls Substance Abuse Prevention Program

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Bois Forte Human Services Department (Bois Forte Band of Ojibwe)

The Substance Use Disorder/New Moon Supportive Housing Program within the Human Services Department of the Bois Forte Band of Ojibwe provides culturally relevant services to Native American youth. The program aims to prevent alcohol and substance abuse by improving emotional and social skills.

As the contracted evaluator for two Bois Forte substance abuse prevention programs funded by the Minnesota Department of Human Services, JBA entered, cleaned, and analyzed process and outcome data and produced a final report.

Staff

  • Erin Geary, Ph.D., M.S.W. Senior Research Associate

    Erin Geary has 11 years of experience in program evaluation, project management, and technical assistance. His skills include designing and...

  • Tess Abrahamson-Richards, M.P.H. Research Associate

    Tess Abrahamson-Richards has more than 8 years of experience in early childhood education and public health and public health. A member of the Spokane...

  • Minh Ha Research Assistant

    ​Minh Ha has more than 7 years of experience in research, data collection and analysis, data visualization, database management, and...

about the project

Topics

Capabilities

Status

Client

Bois Forte Human Services Department (Bois Forte Band of Ojibwe)