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A demonstration project for IHS, Tribal, and Urban Indian health programs. The MSPI aims to increase access to methamphetamine and suicide prevention services, improve the quality of behavioral health services associates with meth use and suicide prevention, promote the development of new and promising services that are culturally and community relevant, and demonstrate efficacy and impact.

Posts events (at MSU and around the state of Michigan) that are relevant to tribes and Native organizations, grant opportunities for MSU and American Indian communities, links to useful information for tribes from local to international levels, and current news from around Indian Country.

Contact:
  • Native American Institute
  • 406 Agricultural Hall, Michigan State University 466 W. Circle Drive
    East Lansing, MI 48823

Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition honors Native women survivors of sexual violence and creating a safe place for our voices to be heard and our stories to be told.

The Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center promotes health and wellness for Two-Spirit people.

Persons of one-fourth (1/4) American Indian blood or more or are enrolled members of a state recognized or federally recognized Indian tribe which is located within the boundaries of the State of Montana are eligible for a waiver upon demonstration of financial need. "Financial need" is defined as having at least one dollar of remaining need after subtracting Expected Family Contribution, all Title IV grant aid and institutional aid from the cost of attendance.

Contact:
  • American Indian/Minority Achievement, Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education Montana University System
  • 2500 Broadway, P.O. Box 203101
    Helena, MT 59620

N7, the Native American brand at Nike, is committed to bringing sport and all of its benefits to Native American and Aboriginal communities in the United States and Canada. The N7 Fund awards grants to Native American and Aboriginal sport and recreation programs.