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“I am inspired to do harm reduction work because of my own history with substance use and homelessness. I get to reach out to people and offer life-saving services, as well as empower clients to think about not only their own health, but their friends and community’s health. It’s a ripple effect of kindness and compassion.”Francisca “Sissy” Rilatos, CRM, is a Harm Reduction Outreach Specialist and Peer Mentor for the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians located in Siletz, Oregon, which is currently the only tribal harm reduction program in the state. Sissy is a Siletz ...read more
“Serving within the BOP is serving a population that may not have always had access to healthcare, and it is rewarding to work with this population on improving their health.”CAPT Amanda Runkle graduated from Rutgers University with her PharmD in 2006. She became a commissioned officer in the United States Public Health Service in 2007 with her first duty station being with the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) in ...read more
“I love Indian Country ECHO, because it is an educational and informational sharing tool created by Tribes and Tribal organizations, for Tribes and Tribal organizations. There is value in mainstream educational opportunities, but the most valuable information and knowledge are the lessons that we share amongst each other.”Carrie Sampson-Samuels is an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation and has a BS in Health Studies and Community Health Education with a certificate in Healthcare Management. Carrie has worked in Public Health for the ...read more