2016 NINAETC Grantee Awards

Message from the DINAP Chief

This is a special time for DINAP – and it’s my favorite part of my job as the Division Chief -- because it is an opportunity for us to recognize the hard work of our grantees, and our colleagues.  If it were not for the work that you are doing, we would not be here today and if it were not for the clients that we serve, none of us would be here. (read more)

Tule River Indian Tribe

The Tule River Indian Reservation covers almost 85 square miles of rugged foothill lands of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.  The reservation is located in a remote rural area approximately 20 miles from the nearest town of Porterville.  (read more)

Native Americans for Community Action, Inc.

NACA is a small non-profit grantee located in Flagstaff, in northern Arizona and has been serving this community since 1971.  NACA not only serves individuals residing in the local area but also provides assistance to tribal members relocating to Flagstaff.  (read more)

United Tribes of Kansas and South East Nebraska, Inc.  

The United Tribes of Kansas and South East Nebraska, Inc., has a very interesting history for those of you who are also history buffs.  I would like to share a little with you to give you an appreciation of their accomplishments—if I get any of this wrong, blame the Internet. (read more)

Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians

The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians is the largest federally recognized tribe in Michigan.  The tribal headquarters is located within the major city in the region, Sault Ste. Marie on the St. Marys River.  This location was known as “The Gathering Place.”  (read more)

Mashpee-Wampanoag Indian Tribal Council, Inc.

The Mashpee Wampanoag Indian Tribal Council, Inc., formerly known as the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, is one of two federally recognized tribes of Wampanoag people in Massachusetts.  (read more)

Inter-Tribal Council of Louisiana

The Inter-Tribal Council of Louisiana (ITC) serves a population of 20,000 members of Chitimacha, Coushatta, Tunica-Biloxi, United Houma Nation, and Jena (Jeena) Band of Choctaw tribal communities and serves all tribes within the consortium, plus state recognized tribes that reside in the state of Louisiana. (read more)

 

 

 

 
 
 
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