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Time for Reform (2007), put out by the Pew Charitable Trusts and NICWA, says we must give tribes direct access to federal foster care and adoption assistance funds.

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

To Live to See the Great Day That Dawns: Preventing Suicide by American Indian and Alaska Native Youth and Young Adults (2010), SAHMSA

The TRAIL—Teaching Rising American Indian Leaders—Internship Project offers practical experience and mentoring for students studying for degrees and preparing for careers in Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM). LEARN MORE

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The Office of Child Care (OCC) supports low-income working families by providing access to affordable, high-quality early care and afterschool programs. OCC administers the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) and works with state, territory and tribal governments to provide support for children and their families juggling work schedules and struggling to find child care programs that will fit their needs and that will prepare children to succeed in school.

Contact:
  • Ann Hull, Project Coordinator
    Native American Management Services
  • 12110 Sunset Hills Road, Suite 450
    Reston, VA 20190
  • Phone: 571-323-5640
  • Email: ahull@namsinc.org

Tribal College Journal is a journal of American Indian higher education.

Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010 (bill summary or full text under Title II) and a resources page from the National Indian Law Library.