CAIRHE investigators partner with multiple organizations across Montana. As the word Center implies, we belong in the thick of things as an interdisciplinary group who will work diligently among local service providers, university researchers from across the state (most notably our colleagues at the University of Montana), tribal college faculty and students, tribal officials, other centers with shared goals, state government agencies, private foundations, and citizens from all walks of life. We strive to bring people together—to work in collaboration with many partners as we conduct community-based, groundbreaking research and interventions that will make a profound, sustainable difference in the lives of Montanans. In addition, our Center maintains memberships in several national associations devoted to public health and health equity issues.

We invite you to learn more by visiting these collaborators directly.

 

Aaniiih Nakoda College, Fort Belknap Reservation

Blackfeet Community College, Blackfeet Reservation

Blackfeet Nation

Center for Mental Health Research and Recovery

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health

Crow Nation

Fort Belknap Indian Community

Fort Peck Assiniboine & Sioux Tribes

Fort Peck Community College, Fort Peck Reservation

ImProving Health Among Rural Montanans, University of Montana

Little Big Horn College, Crow Reservation

Montana Area Health Education Center and Office of Rural Health

Montana Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

Montana Department of Corrections

Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services

Montana Healthcare Foundation

Montana INBRE

Montana Rural Health Initiative

Native American Center of Excellence, University of Montana

Rural Institute for Inclusive Communities, University of Montana

University of Montana, Department of Health and Human Performance

University of Montana, Department of Psychology

University of Montana, Department of Pharmacy Practice

University of Montana, School of Public & Community Health Sciences