The Office for Victims of Crime has created the Tribal Financial Management Center.

Resource: The Office for Victims of Crime has created the Tribal Financial Management Center. The Tribal Financial Management Center (TFMC) provides culturally humble, trauma-informed, victim-centered financial management training and technical assistance to American Indian and Alaska Native grantees as they manage their Tribal Victim Service Set-Aside Awards (TVSSA). Assistance spans Read more…

The “Keeping Us Whole: Preventing Missing and Murdered Indigenous People” Podcast Series

Resource: The Administration for Native Americans has published a Podcast series entitled “Keeping Us Whole: Preventing Missing and Murdered Indigenous People.” Podcast episodes include interviews with a variety of speakers, from tribal leadership to federal partners, advocates, members of grassroots organizations and native athletes, that have all joined together to Read more…

Register for a “Virtual Speak Up”

Resource: The Phoenix Indian Center Prevention staff and Urban Indian Coalition of Arizona will host the virtual Speak Up, Be Safe virtual workshop for American Indian middle schoolers. Facilitators will teach skills to stay safe and speak out when needed. Sign up at http://phxindcenter.org/prevention-services/

The Administration for Native Americans has published their “ARP Tribal Learning Collaborative Webinar.”

Resource: The Administration for Native Americans has published their “ARP Tribal Learning Collaborative Webinar.” Supporting the well-being of Tribal and Native American communities is a top priority. As these communities continue to recover from the pandemic, ACF is committed to establishing open lines of communication to listen and learn and Read more…