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Injury Prevention

Injury is the leading cause of death for American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) people ages 1 to 54. Compared to other ethnicities, AI/ANs have the highest injury-related deaths from motor vehicle crashes, pedestrian events, and suicide. Like chronic and infectious disease, injuries can be prevented. These resources address intentional and unintentional injuries that affect AI/AN communities at the highest rates.

Motor Vehicle Safety

Suicide Prevention

Opioid Overdose Prevention