CHEER provided technical assistance from October 2015 to September 2018 for every Meth/Suicide Prevention Initiative (MSPI) and Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative (DVPI) program in the Billings Area alongside the Indian Health Service under a contract with the Rocky Mountain Tribal Epidemiology Center (RMTEC). CHEER assisted MSPI and DVPI programs to create data measurement tools, design evaluation strategies, and complete their Local Data Collection Plans.
The Methamphetamine and Suicide Prevention Initiative
(MSPI), is a nationally-coordinated funding opportunity
for communities to mitigate methamphetamine abuse
through evidence-based and practice-based models.
To learn more about the MSPI, visit their website below.
The Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative (DVPI)
provides funding for domestic violence community
advocacy to tribes and tribal organizations. Visit the
Indian Health Service website to learn more about