Tribal Motor Vehicle Crash Injury Prevention Project (TMVCIPP)

Vision Statement

The elimination of all unintentional motor vehicle crash injuries and fatalities among American Indians, on and off tribal lands, by addressing environmental, behavioral, and political factors that influence these events.

Mission Statement

To assist Tribes within the Phoenix and Tucson Indian Health Service Areas with building injury prevention program capacity by supporting the development of, or improvements to, infrastructure in surveillance, prevention, and evaluation information, for planning and motor vehicle crash and injury prevention policy decision making.

Purpose

To build Tribally-driven motor vehicle crash injury prevention capacity within the Phoenix and Tucson Indian Health Service Areas, in order to improve American Indian health and well-being.

Contact

Esther Corbett, Project Manager
esther.corbett@itcaonline.com