Project Mosaic LLC worked with the Denver American Indian Commission and Nakota Designs to create a TEXT hotline and a website with local COVID-19 and community resources for the Denver Native American Community. The #OneStrongCO campaign was funded by the City and County of Denver.
Text one of the keywords (COVID19, Social, Jobs, Strong, or Food) to 1-855-663-7874 OR visit www.OneStrongColorado.org
37 tribes, agencies, and organizations collaborated on a Communication Strategy led by Project Mosaic LLC, through the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs COVID-19 Committee. The #NativeStrongCO Project was funded by Denver Indian Health and Family Services and resulted in the 10 infographics below, designed by Nakota Designs,
and a Public Service Announcement, produced by Armando Martinez.
From the CCIA-CC, see how fast and easy testing is at Denver Indian Health and Family Services. Formatted square and one minute for Instagram. Part of the Native Strong Colorado campaign #NativeStrongCO
Information from the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs COVID-19 Committee, sponsored by Denver Indian Health and Family Services. Modified by Project Mosaic LLC for the Denver American Indian Commission, Colorado ONE STRONG campaign. #OneStrongCO
Denver Native Americans, and across Colorado, please stay at home to protect your family and friends from COVID-19. Graphics by Nakota Designs for the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs COVID-19 Committee and distributed by the Denver American Indian Commission One Strong Campaign. #NativeStrongCO #onestrongCO
Check out the great COVID-19 resources from caih.jhu.edu Project Mosaic LLC is honored to serve on the Johns Hopkins University-Center for American Indian Health COVID-19 Communication Advisory Board. This resource is for families who have a sick relative at home. Stay safe and healthy my beautiful Indigenous people. Created as part of the One Strong Colorado Campaign for the Denver American Indian Commission. #OneStrongCO and in support of the goals of the CCIA-CC #NativeStrongCO campaign.