NACA CEO and staff visit the Navajo Nation Leaders.
Window Rock AZ- On Wednesday July 22nd, 2015 NACA CEO Kenneth White Jr. along with NACA staff Dorothy Gishie, Leona Canyon and Jason Allison attended the Navajo Nation Summer Council Session to advocate for a collaborative effort to bring a new NACA facility to Flagstaff. The staff also met with Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye and Vice President Jonathan Nez.
NACA sponsored the lunch with the Council and CEO Kenneth White Jr., was given the opportunity to address the council on behalf of NACA. Many of the 24 council delegates are supportive of NACA's plans for the future.
NACA looks forward to building a strong positive collaboration with Navajo Nation Leaders.
The mission of Native Americans for Community Action, Inc., is to provide preventive wellness strategies, empower, and advocate for Native people and others in need to create a healthy community based on Harmony, Respect, and Indigenous Values.
Healthy Living Workshop
Spring into Summer Hiking Series
Fall Into Fitness 6 Week Challenge!
July 24th- August 28th
Healthy Living Workshop will be taking place July 24th-August 28th. Workshops are designed to combat Diabetes and other acute chronic diseases.
*Update -New location will be at the Pipeline Trail via Buffalo Park at 7am. Click here for more info.
August 17th - September 25th
NACA Family Health & Wellness Center presents the Fall Into Fitness 6 Week Challenge!
- Early Bird registration opens this Sunday, July 26th at 8am until August 7th at 7am.
- Late Bird registration will open the following day, August 8th at 6am and will close on August 17th at 9am.
Pathways Youth Coordinator.
Suicide Prevention Trainer
Janet Nicks, F.N.P
NACA Family Health Center
Aaron Secakaku is Hopi from the village of Bacavi on the Hopi reservation, Mr. Secakaku is of the Greasewood/Roadrunner clan. Currently, Aaron is the Pathways Youth Coordinator for NACA. Full Feature on Aaron click here
Brenda Manthei is an experienced and passionate teacher, trainer, facilitator, and licensed counselor. She brings over 25 years of experiences to suicide prevention at NACA.
Full feature click here.
Janet Nicks, F.N.P., has 26 years of medical experience. Her goal is to provide compassionate, family-centered primary care. It is her belief that many diseases can be prevented and treated through health promotion education.
For Full Feature on Janet Nicks Click here.