Partners

Red Star partners with a variety of entities including Tribes, Tribal colleges, organizations and programs, national and regional non-profit organizations, foundations, state and territorial governments, public schools and early childhood programs.

Red Star has had the honor of working with many entities over the years, some of which include:

  • Aberdeen Area Indian Health Board
    • Northern Plains Tribal Epidemiology Center
  • Arizona State University
    • Construction in Indian Country
  • Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
  • Cherokee Nation Health Services
  • Chicanos Por La Causa, Inc. (CPLC)
    • Early Childhood Development
    • Youth Programs
    • CPLC Community Schools
  • College of Menominee Nation
  • Institute for Wisconsin’s Health
  • Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc.
    • American Indian Research Center for Health
    • Southwest American Indian Cancer Network
    • Health Promotion
    • Indians Into Medicine
  • Inter Tribal Council of Michigan
    • Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) project
  • Kauffman and Associates, Inc.
    • US Department of Education, Office of Indian Education
  • LeCroy & Milligan Associates
    • First Things First, Arizona’s Early Childhood Initiative
  • National Opinion Research Center (NORC), University of Chicago, Bethesda, MD Office
    • Public Health Research Department
  • National Indian Health Board
    • Exploring Tribal Public Health Accreditation
    • National Tribal Public Health Profile 2010
    • Public Health Services and Systems Research
  • Navajo Nation, Department of Health and Human Services
  • North Country Healthcare Center, Northern Arizona Health Education Center
  • Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
  • Pascua Yaqui Tribe
    • Health Division
    • Language and Culture Department
    • Education Division – Community Library and Resource Center
  • Public Health Accreditation Board
  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Public Health Program Area
  • San Carlos Apache Tribe, Division of Health
  • Salish Kootenai Tribal College Center for Prevention and Wellness
  • The University of Arizona
    • American Indian Alumni Club
    • American Indian Studies Program
    • College of Medicine, Office of Outreach and Multicultural Affairs
    • College of Public Health, Seeds of Wellness Grant
    • Early Academic Outreach
    • CONAHEC, EDUCAMEXUS Program
    • Native American Student Affairs
    • Office of the President, Native American Affairs
  • Tribal Accreditation Readiness through Guidance, Education and Technical assistance (TARGET) Project
    (support provided by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation)
    • California Rural Indian Health Board Tribal Epidemiology Center
    • Cherokee Nation
    • Chickasaw Nation
    • Ho Chunk Nation
    • Institute for Wisconsin’s Health, Inc.
    • Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Tribal Epidemiology Center
    • Lac du Flambeau of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians
    • Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board
  • White Mountain Safe House