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Montana American Indian Women’s Health Coalition 5 Year Plan

 

MAIWHC 5 Year Plan

Montana American Indian Women's Health Coalition

The Montana Women’s Health Coalition (MAIWHC) is a grassroots organization that was started through the Montana Cancer Control Programs (MCCP) American Indian Screening Initiative in 2000. MAIWHC was started to increase cancer screenings in American Indian women. Since its inception, MAIWHC members have been instrumental in reaching the American Indian population and providing much needed culturally appropriate material and education on the importance of cancer awareness and reducing risk factors.

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