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Centers for American Indian and Alaska Native Health
 
 
 

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Circles of Care Evaluation Technical Assistance Center


The Circles of Care Initiative is a program that is funded by the Federal Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS).  This program supports American Indian and Alaska Native communities who are developing initial health service programs for children with serious emotional and behavioral disturbances (SEBD).  The Circles of Care Evaluation Technical Assistance Center (CoCETAC) provides evaluation technical assistance to the American Indian and Alaska Native communities who are funded through the Circles of Care Initiative.  To learn more about Circles of Care and CoCETAC, please click here.

CMHS funds Circles of Care in 3-year cohorts. The current cohort is funded from 2011-2014. If funding is made available for another 3-year cohort, it will be announced by CMHS in late 2013 or early 2014. 

Circles of Care News

Circles of Care V Grantees:

    • American Indian Education Center.  Parma, OH
    • Boys & Girls Club of the Northern Cheyenne Nation.  Lame Deer, MT
    • Fresno American Indian Health Project.  Fresno, CA
    • Native American Indian Center of Central Ohio.  Columbus, OH
    • Tohono O'odham Community College.  Sells, AZ
    • Yellowhawk Tribal Health Center.  Pendleton, OR
    • Yurok Tribe.  Klamath, CA. 

 

For more information about the Circles of Care Evaluation Technical Assistance Center contact:  Angie Generose.
Phone:  (303) 724-1477    Fax:  (303) 724-1474
Email:  angie.generose@ucdenver.edu

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