Rachel joined the Center for American Indian Health in 2011 and has been involved in the development and implementation of Behavioral Health Programs at the Center. Rachel worked closely with colleagues, partners and stakeholders on the Center’s first home-based diabetes prevention program for at-risk youth and their families, Together on Diabetes (TOD). She also works closely with the Indian Health Services to translate the TOD program to local schools. Her work also includes coordination of the Center’s HIV/STD and teen pregnancy prevention programs. Rachel completed her BS at Tulane University and her MPH at Boston University.
- Testing the efficacy of a brief sexual risk reduction intervention among high-risk AI adults
- Predictors of Sexually Transmitted Infection Positivity Among Substance-Using Native American Adults
- ‘Empowering our people’ to address depression, violence, and sexual risk among Native Americans
- Impact of a Culturally Adapted Evidence-Based Intervention on STI Risks Among Native Americans
- Empowering our people: Predictors of retention in an STI risk reduction program
- Sexual and Reproductive Health Intervention for American Indian Adolescents
- One year results of home-based diabetes prevention and management program for American Indian youth