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There are myriad factors that contribute to the issue of missing and murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives, ranging from criminal victimization and violence to mental and substance use conditions. In this basket, you will find prevention resources that can be used by local leaders, service providers, families and individuals to help make communities safer, helping providing protection against criminal, violent, victimization such as homicide or human trafficking. There are also resources on behavioral health support, which can help enhance protective factors to prevent vulnerability.