Tribal Injury Prevention Program

The long term goal of the AAIHB and AASTEC 10-year injury prevention program is to reduce the burden of unintentional injuries related to older adult falls and motor vehicle crashes among American Indian communities in our service area. With an emphasis upon approaches that weave together evidence-based strategies at the community, policy, system and environmental levels increasing the ability of tribes to address their injury problems, advancing the health and wellness of the AI/AN population throughout our service area.



Older Adult Fall Prevention objectives:

  • Assistance and training implementing evidence-based fall prevention, assessments, and balance and strength exercise
  • Decrease older adult falls with injuries by collaborating with Tribal partners to implement Home Assessment and Hazards Corrections
  • General Injury Prevention objectives:

  • Foster collaboration and networking, and share resources and expertise for addressing injuries within area tribes
  • Share and develop culturally appropriate small media
  • Motor vehicle related Injury objectives:

  • To increase the proportion of children under 13 years of age riding in car seats
  • Continue to provide Child Safety Seat Installations, Inspections, and Education



  • Albuquerque Area Tribal Injury Prevention Coalition

    A multi-sector tribal injury-prevention coalition that brings together tribal injury prevention colleagues

    Mission: To reduce injuries throughout tribal communities with support of tribal leadership through prevention and education to promote healthy communities.


    Vision: Serving future generations starting with a safer today






    Current & Upcoming Events

    AASTEC Virtual A Matter of Balance Coaches Class


    Presented by the AASTEC Tribal Injury Prevention Program in partnership with NMDOH OIP - Virtually

    Tuesday, June 17th, 2021
    8:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. Mountain Time (US and Canada)

    Trainers/ Presenters:
    Sixtus Dominguez, Rarámuri/Apache, MCRP, AASTEC/ AAIHB Inc.
    Roxanne Thomas, Diné, MSW, MSPPM, Inter Tribal Council of Arizona Inc.

    For more information contact
    Sixtus Dominguez at ASDominguez@aaihb.org

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Where can I request funding opportunities for Injury Prevention?

    Please email our current coordinator listed in the contact page

    Contact Us

    Alan Sixtus Dominguez, MCRP
    Rarámuri/Apache
    Tribal Injury Prevention Program Coordinator
    Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Center (AASTEC)
    Office phone: (505) 359-3898
    Cell: (505) 208-5508
    Fax: (505) 764-0446
    ASDominguez@aaihb.org

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