Tag: tribal communities

New brief: Improving the Well-being of American Indian and Alaska Native Children and Families through State-Level Efforts

| October 27, 2014
New brief: Improving the Well-being of American Indian and Alaska Native Children and Families through State-Level Efforts

The well-being of American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) children and their families is directly connected to the relationship they have with their culture, extended families, and tribal communities. Federal and state child welfare policies and practices have sometimes not well understood or supported these relationships by not recognizing the unique qualities of AI/AN culture […]

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Funding Opportunity To Respond to Underage Drinking in Tribal Communities

| July 16, 2014
Funding Opportunity To Respond to Underage Drinking in Tribal Communities

OJJDP has announced the fiscal year 2014 Tribal Healing to Wellness Court Responses to Underage Drinking Initiative funding opportunity. This program’s goal is to reduce and respond to underage drinking in selected tribal communities through the use of juvenile, juvenile and family, or family tribal drug courts. Applications are due by August 1, 2014. Resources: View FAQs about this funding […]

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