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Healthy Native Babies Project: Training Videos: For Service Providers Working in Native American and Alaska Native Communities

Healthy Native Babies logoThe Healthy Native Babies Project, an adaptation of the national Safe to Sleep® campaign, is designed to deliver culturally appropriate risk-reduction messages about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and other sleep-related causes of infant death to American Indian and Alaska Native families.

The Project also provides materials and training. This six-part video series features a train-the-trainer session for service providers held in August of 2014 in Toppenish, Washington.

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