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One of the largest organizations in the US that helps young people become active in the causes they care about, and inspires, empowers and celebrates the younger generation (25 and under).

Empowers at-risk youth and those with disabilities through dynamic leadership programs and life-changing activities that inspires them to pursue their dreams and compassionately change the world.

We recruit promising students of color and place them in multi-year paid internships at some of the nation's leading media and technology companies, provide the media and tech industries with a pipeline of young talent and emerging leadership, and advocate for best practices in diverse hiring, retention, and advancement.

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