Navajo Youth Risk Behavior Survey
Navajo Nation Youth Risk Behavior Survey – A school-based public health survey directed at both middle school and high school students. All schools found within the Navajo Nation, and schools with a high number of Navajo students are invited to participate. The survey asks numerous questions pertaining to unintentional injuries and violence, tobacco use, alcohol and other drugs, sexual behaviors, dietary behaviors, physical activity, and home life. The survey was initiated in 1997 and has been completed five additional times.