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Center for Disease: Office for State, Tribal, Local and Territorial Support, Tribal Public Health works with tribes on public health issues.

The Center for Native American Youth at The Aspen Institute (CNAY) is partnering with the Arcus Foundation on a new one-year project to better understand the current landscape of Native LGBTQ+ and Two-Spirit youth perspectives, needs, strengths, and resources.

Charting the Future of Suicide Prevention: A 2010 Progress Review of the National Strategy and Recommendations for the Decade Ahead is a comprehensive publication by the Suicide Prevention Resource Center

Contact:
  • Suicide Prevention Resource Center Education Development Center, Inc
  • 55 Chapel Street
    Newton , MA 2458
  • Phone: 877-438-7772

Gives grants to environmental protection, economic development and cultural preservation / enhancement projects on Cherokee land. Supports language and leadership development initiatives.

Contact:
  • 71 John Crowe Hill Road, P.O. Box 504
    Cherokee, NC 28719
  • Email: info@cpfdn.org

Provides merit-based scholarships for Alaska Natives (CIRI and descendants only), 3 village scholarships for Ninilchik, Salamatof and Eklutna based on available funds, 9 endowment scholarships and 2 named scholarships, and 2 education grants.

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Improves student attendance, behavioral and course performance in English and math with the use of diverse teams of young people called corps members who serve full-time in schools for 10 months.