The Utah Office of Indian Affairs is committed to connecting you to valuable resources. These resources can help you improve the lives of each individual as well as the health of your society.
Handles social issues and programs like Areas On Aging, Substance Abuse, Indian Child Welfare, the Tribal and Indian Issues Committee, and more.
A central source for information about the health and well-being of Native Americans and Alaska Natives. It is freely available and offers access to evaluated and authoritative resources for individuals, health educators, and healthcare professionals.Website
The Circle Of Life provides cancer education and resources to help community health representatives and health educators work within American Indian and Alaska Native communities. These resources provide ways for communities, families and individuals to stay well, get well, find cancer cures, and continue on their journey.Website
The Association of American Indian Physicians provides educational programs, health initiatives, capacity building assistance and services to American Indian and Alaska Native communities and students.
Works in partnership with tribal communities to design public health programs that raise the health status, self-sufficiency, and health leadership of Native people to the highest possible level.
An independent center within the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health with satellite offices on tribal lands of the White Mountain, Navajo Nation, and Santo Domingo Pueblo, where our Native American workforce serves their own communities. With over 35 years of collaboration with Southwestern tribes, our programs now reach more than 100 tribal communities in 16 states. These partnerships have achieved landmark public health breakthroughs credited with saving over 60 million children’s lives worldwide.
Native Americans have historically faced greater health disparities than almost any other population in the United States. The Center for Rural Health works with tribal communities to help improve health outcomes and wellbeing for American Indians.
Promote the health and well-being of American Indians and Alaska Natives, of all ages, by pursuing research, training, continuing education, technical assistance, and information dissemination within a biopsychosocial framework that recognizes the unique cultural contexts of this special population.
The federal health program for American Indians and Alaska Natives. Provides a comprehensive, culturally acceptable health service delivery system for American Indians and Alaska Natives who are members of the 566 federally recognized Tribes across the U.S. Offers scholarships and loan repayment programs.
This federal agency funds programs that support American Indians, Alaska Natives and Native Americans in the areas of nutrition, supportive services for older adults, and caregiver services.
Most cases of elder abuse are undetected, under reported, and unresolved resulting in injury, financial decimation, and even death. The National Indigenous Elder Justice Initiative (NIEJI) was created to address the lack of culturally appropriate information and community education materials on elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation in Indian Country.
Committed to identifying Native elder health and social issues. Through education, training, and technical assistance, help developing community-based solutions to improve the quality of life and delivery of related support services to the Native aging population.
The National Society for American Indian Elderly is here to help elderly Native Americans of all tribes.
The Tribal Court Clearinghouse is a comprehensive website established in June 1997 to serve as a resource for American Indian and Alaska Native Nations, American Indian and Alaska Native people, tribal justice systems, victims services providers, tribal service providers, and others involved in the improvement of justice in Indian country. It is one of the most comprehensive websites on tribal justice system issues, and includes a wealth of tribal, state, and federal resources. The Clearinghouse website contains extensive resources on tribal, state, and federal law along with extensive Indian country subject-matter resources, a training events calendar, and resources from all Tribal Law and Policy Institute webinars.