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“Engaging with the Native people has a powerful effect.”

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Financial assistance that tribal organizations provide to their members is critically important now more than ever because of hardships brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Social services programs that provide financial assistance to tribal members such as clothing grants, technology grants, academic achievement awards, TANF programs and per capita distributions are important benefits to the health and well-being of many Native American families. The challenge for every tribal office is providing timely delivery of financial assistance in an efficient and cost-effective way while at the same time assuring that the funds are spent in accordance with the programs’ social services intent, (e.g., clothing grant funds are spent on clothing). 

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Hawk Health & Safety, LLC specializes in on-site health and safety services, helping clients improve health outcomes and reduce costs. Hawk Health & Safety is owned by Ron Spoerl.

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Financial aid advisors from the University of Alaska Fairbanks are hosting virtual and in-person workshops now through the middle of June for anyone considering college. You do not have to attend or apply to UAF to participate. 

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BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA — United Tribal Technical College (UTTC) is continuing the Native American Tuition Waiver Program to increase access to higher education for Indigenous students. 

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There’s a mythic quality to Alaska—most people picture the enormous size, the vast wilderness, and the extreme climate. However, the truth is that, in Southeast Alaska, the communities are close-knit, the land provides many resources, and people have lived here for thousands of years. In addition, it has a fairly moderate maritime climate and the sun still comes up, even on winter solstice! 

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The National Indian Health Board (NIHB) has been fighting for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) health care equality since 1972, serving all 574 federally-recognized Tribes. NIHB offers key opportunities for allies, organizations, and agencies to network, build relationships and establish partnerships with Tribal health leaders in efforts to address AI/AN health priorities.  NIHB advocates for Tribal sovereignty in health to the highest levels of national policy making. NIHB is in Washington, D.C. fighting every day for your Tribe, your citizens, and your health.