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SAMHSA offers tribal funding, technical assistance
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) offers a number of funding opportunities and technical assistance resources to assist tribes with addressing substance misuse issues and suicide, and to build emotional health among youth. Learn more.Read more >
Two New 2016 ANA FOAs Now Available
Funding Opportunity Announcements (FOAs) for the Native Youth Initiative for Leadership, Empowerment, and Development (I-LEAD) program and Native Language Community Coordination Demonstration Project (NLCC) are now available. Applications for the NLCC grants are due on June 1, 2016. Applications for the I-LEAD grants are due on June 13 , 2016. Download the full FOA for each […]Read more >
Webinar: Introducing Two New Funding Initiatives — I-LEAD and NLCC
In this national Administration for Native Americans webinar, learn about ANA’s two newest funding initiatives. Announcements for both are expected to be published before the end of March 2016. During the webinar, we’ll feature key ANA staff members to talk about the purpose of these funding new initiatives and answer questions you may have. The […]Read more >
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Welcome to the Western Region TTA Center
The Western Region Training and Technical Assistance Center, sponsored by the Administration for Native Americans, is dedicated to serving Native American communities, including American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and other Native Pacific Islander organizations in our region. We provide quality TTA to eligible communities and organizations with community-driven social and economic development, cultural language preservation, and environmental regulatory enhancement projects.