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Removing Health Barriers for Urban Natives

Bringing transformational change and whole-person health to Native Communities

Series:

Community Care Conversations with host Kim Bjorn

Host:

Kim Bjorn

Clinical Director of Integration and Transformation, Care Continuum Network

Guests:

Colette August
Executive Director at the Tacoma Urban Native Alliance
Sauncha Romey
Assistant Director, Lead Researcher and Grant Manager at the Tacoma Urban Native Alliance

For more than three decades, the Tahoma Urban Native Alliance (TUNA) has strived to sustain and support the dignity of urban Native Americans living in Pierce County, Washington. This Elevate Health Community Care Conversation features TUNA Executive Director Colette August and Assistant Director Sauncha Romey.

Indigenous methodologies could save the world if people listened to us. We could end world hunger. We could end global warming. We could eliminate the wealth gap." – Sauncha Romey, Assistant Director, Lead Researcher, Grant Manager

Tune in to hear how TUNA promotes sustainable services and addresses the unique barriers to whole-person health faced by urban communities.

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