Native American Health Center
Community Wellness Department
Strong Families Tribal Home Visiting Project
3124 International Blvd
Oakland CA 94601
Age Group Served:
Teens, Pregnant Women, and Caregivers of children ages 0-3
Strong Families Tribal Home Visiting Project at the Native American Health Center offers weekly to bi-weekly home visits to pregnant or parenting Native American families with children ages 0-3. The curriculum-based program offers parenting and child development education and support, screening, life skills building, breastfeeding, childbirth, and maternal health support, and referrals for families in Alameda County. A Positive Indian Parenting support group is held weekly on-site. Care coordination, strengths-based, wrap around services key. Interns responsible for assisting with ongoing rigorous evaluation for grant compliance.
6 months to 1 year
Preferred Discipline / Experience:
MSW or MPH candidate, or any relevant health, counseling, or maternal and child health focused field
First or Second Year Students:
Supervision & Support:
1 hr bi-weekly supervision with supervisor (licensed if necessary).
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Application Due Date:
May be eligible to apply for the ACBHCS Graduate Intern Stipend Program, up to $6,000 for a minimum of 720 internship hours, awarded through a competitive process.
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Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services
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