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Provides aid to Navajo applicants who demonstrate an income-based need. Offers a comprehensive list of additional funding sources.

Utilizes film and multi-media to promote cross-cultural understanding and positive visibility to tribal communities and tribal organizations. On Native Ground also engages Youth Reporters and Youth Studio Anchors.

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Has resources for mental health, substance abuse and suicide prevention to improve prevention and treatment of mental health and substance abuse problems and services among Native people.

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  • Oregon Health & Science University
  • 3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Road,
    GH 151
    Portland, OR 97239
  • Email: onesky@ohsu.edu

Participation and Performance for Native American Students in the 2007 SAT Cohort (2008), John Lee, the College Board

Pathkeepers is a non-profit organization offering a summer camp for Native American youth ages 11-16. The camp focuses on traditional and cultural activities and healthy lifestyles. The camp includes a field trip to Washington, D.C. to meet Indian Affairs staff and officials.

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