Since January 2018, Raymond Daw, MPH, (Diné) has been running his own consulting and training business, NFZ. Previously, he worked as a Behavioral Health Administrator with the Yukon-Kuskokwim Healthcare Corporation. And before that, he worked as a Health Service Administrator with the Yukon-Kuskokwim Healthcare Corporation in Bethel, Alaska, and in the same position with the Navajo Department of Behavioral Health Services in Widow Rock, Arizona. From 1992 to 2007 he served as Executive Director of the Na’nizhoozi Center, in Gallup, NM.
He has consulted at the Co-Occurring Center for Excellence (SAMHSA) on best practices, indigenous healing, manpower development, systems design, evaluation, and interventions. He has done the same with Totah Behavioral Health Authority, Farmington, NM consulting on the Mentor/Trainer Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA) and motivational interviewing (MI), public policy, program evaluation, plus traditional healing program development. Mr. Daw has served as a consultant with HIV Prevention Evaluation Design and Training, Minnesota, SAMHSA, Mayatech to review program prevention services for inclusion of Native American culture, as well as in the roll of capacity-Building and Resource Development, in Humboldt County, CA, SAMHSA, IQ Solutions to provide training on historical trauma and review sustainability plan.