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2008/05/06

Native H*O*P*E

Dr. Clayton Small talks to participants in the Native H.O.P.E. youth suicide prevention advocate training program Tuesday at Shiprock High School, as they discuss their opinions on the proper age to begin being sexually active.


Dr. Clayton Small, center left, talks with participants in the Native H.O.P.E. youth suicide prevention advocate training program Tuesday at Shiprock High School as they prepare to perform a skit about violence in the home.


Tessa Medina-Lucero and Dr. Jeff Powell play the roles of high school students while performing a skit about alternative sexual orientation Tuesday during the Native H.O.P.E. youth suicide prevention advocate training program at Shiprock High School. The three day program is led by Dr. Clayton Small and designed to offer a culturally appropriate peer-to-peer suicide prevention model.


Norm Joe portrays an intoxicated father passed out while his teenage children try to sneak back into the house after staying out late as part of a skit during the Native H.O.P.E. youth suicide prevention advocate training program Tuesday at Shiprock High School.


A hand-written poster with ideas to stay out of trouble and away from drugs adorns the wall of the gymnasium Tuesday at the Native H.O.P.E. youth suicide prevention advocate training program at Shiprock High School.

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