Everyone ages 13 years and older should get tested for HIV at least once to confidently know their status. Once tested, individuals can make informed lifestyle choices to reduce the risk of transmission.
Indigenous people in Alaska and around the globe have traditionally recognized many aspects that contribute to health, including spirituality, culture, community, physical health, and the mind.
Your spiritual self. This includes the spark of life, energy body, relationship with a higher power, connection to the world/others and world view.
You have the right to feel safe, respected and cared for in your relationships.
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We are responsible for each other and ourselves.– Kodiak Alutiiq Traditional Value
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iknowmine has been a trustworthy health resource for you(th) and their allies like providers, parents, teachers, aunties and uncles and other trusted adults since 2009. We continue our mission to provide information and resources to promote, improve and achieve holistic well-being through quality prevention and education.
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