Native Telehealth Outreach and Technical Assistance Program (NTOTAP)


In the course of its programming, NTOTAP provided training to participants on website development, social media marketing, digital storytelling, and other multimedia activities. Each year, successful applicants would take part in a 6-month intensive period of training and technical assistance. Participants attended an in-person training in Denver and took part in distance learning opportunities, like webinars. Technical assistance was provided throughout the duration of the program.


Dick, R.W., Manson, S.M., Hansen, A.L., Huggins, A., & Trullinger, L. (2007). The Native Telehealth Outreach and Technical Assistance Program: A community-based approach to the development of multimedia-focused health care information. American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research, 14(2), 49-66.

Project showcase

Watch a sample of the digital storytelling and multimedia projects that were developed as part of NTOTAP.

Centers for American Indian & Alaska Native Health

Colorado School of Public Health

CU Anschutz

Nighthorse Campbell Native Health Building

13055 East 17th Avenue

Mail Stop F800

Aurora, CO 80045

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