CNAH’s #AHDAPT Social Media Campaign Illustrates the Importance of Healthy Distancing

June 19, 2020

Butterfly with "don't leave your cocoon just yet"As we start slowly coming out of our cocoons at home, there are precautions we must take to slow down or prevent the spread of COVID-19. CNAH’s #AHDAPT (Adjusting to Healthy Distancing and Protecting Together) social media campaign is underway to support American Indian (AI) young adults in practicing healthy distancing. This campaign will define and highlight strategies one can adapt into everyday life to keep our communities safe and healthy. Week by week CNAH will post about different themes and feature students.

Please follow along on @unm.cnah on Instagram and Facebook to view our #AHDAPT campaign. Posts will also be archived in our photo gallery for your use.

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If you are an AI student or know of an AI student that would like to be featured, please let us know by emailing,

Re-shared Content: Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health

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