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The most comprehensive source of information on American Indian child welfare and the only national tribal organization focused specifically on the tribal capacity to prevent child abuse and neglect.

Contact:
  • 5100 SW Macadam Avenue, Suite 300
    Portland, OR 97239

Provides a comprehensive list of scholarships available to Native American students.

Contact:
  • 110 Maryland Ave, NE, Suite 104
    Washington, DC 20002
  • Email: niea@niea.org

Advocates to provide quality health care for American Indians and Alaska Natives.

Contact:
  • 926 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE
    Washington , DC 20003

Develops and makes accessible a unique and valuable collection of Indian law resources and assists people with their Indian law-related information needs - including child welfare issues.

Contact:
  • 1522 Broadway
    Boulder, CO 80302

NIYLP empowers the lives of Native youth through experiential education in a positive learning environment. Project Venture includes activities like hiking, backpacking, rafting, ropes courses, and rock climbing designed to incorporate traditional American Indian values.

Contact:
  • 2501 San Pedro NE, Ste 116
    Albuquerque, NM 87110
  • Email: info@niylp.org

National Indigenous Women's Resource Center is a Native non-profit organization addressing domestic violence and safety for Indian women. They support culturally grounded, grassroots advocacy and provide national leadership to end gender-based violence in Indigenous communities. Their work includes development of educational materials and programs, direct technical assistance, and the development of local and national policy that builds the capacity of Indigenous communities and strengthens the exercises tribal sovereignty.