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A youth suicide prevention toolkit for tribal child welfare programs. Includes cultural approaches to prevention and community healing.

Contact:
  • National Indian Child Welfare Association
  • 5100 SW Macadam Avenue, Suite 300
    Portland, OR 97239
  • Email: info@nicwa.org

Describes President Obama's commitment to remove barriers that stand between Native youth and their opportunities to succeed.

Family Spirit is a unique, evidence-based home-visiting model with a reputation for success: dependability with flexibility.

Family Spirit addresses intergenerational behavioral health problems, applies local cultural assets, and overcomes deficits in the professional healthcare workforce in low-resource communities. It is the only evidence-based home-visiting program ever designed for, by, and with American Indian families. It is used in over 100 tribal communities across 16 states, and it is also used in several other low-income urban environments in Chicago and St. Louis. LEARN MORE

Contact:
  • Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health
  • 615 N. Wolfe Street
    Baltimore, MD 21205
  • Phone: 928-674-3911
  • Email: ckee1@jhu.edu

Offers several grants to tribes and native non-profits.

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During this funding cycle, the NAI will distribute approximately 15 "Supporting Native Arts" grants of up to $32,000 each to support the perpetuation, proliferation and revitalization of artistic and cultural assets in Native communities. Grant applications for this cycle are due by 5 pm Mountain Time on Thursday, October 19, 2017. LEARN MORE

Deadline 19-Oct-2017

Fresh Tracks brings youth from urban and Indigenous communities together during a three day expedition, using the outdoors as a background for transformative leadership development. Youth learn valuable organizing skills, create community action plans, and work with CNAY, along with partners at the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance at The Obama Foundation and the Children & Nature Network’s Natural Leaders, to make a lasting impact on their home communities. The first of four regional trainings will be held in Boston, Massachusetts from June 1-3.
Applications are due 11:59 PM Pacific Time on May 1, 2018. LEARN MORE

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Deadline 1-May-2018