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U.S. MILITARY VETERANS CRISIS & BENEFITS PORTAL HOTLINE and websites for veterans and military families, gigantic one-stop Web portal to official United States Department of Veterans Affairs, compiled for Native American Indian community, active, reserve, retired, survivors and their families.
TRIBAL TANF | EMPLOYMENT | MEDICAL | STD | ALCOHOL | DRUGS | GAMBLING ADDICTION | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & LEGAL
INTER-TRIBAL WEBSITE PORTAL of the top Native American Indian Social Services providers in Southern California providing an index of human services available to Native American Indians in the greater San Diego County, Riverside County, Orange County, Los Angeles County, San Bernardino County, Imperial County for on- and off-reservation client family services for Native American Indians. Among these top service providers, you will learn how to locate, check on if you qualify and apply for medical, health and wellness services for Native Americans living in California. Tribal TANF is also commonly referred to as Indian welfare.
|TRIBAL TANF Services in California
DIRECTORY OF CALIFORNIA TRIBAL TANF PROGRAMS
The California Tribal TANF Program’s core purpose is to assist the Indian Tribes of California by providing the funding, tools, and resources necessary for each Tribe or Consortium to administer its own Tribal TANF Program. CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES CDSS.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TRIBAL CHAIRMEN'S ASSOCIATION, Inc. SCTCA Tribal TANF Services in San Diego County
The San Diego Tribal Chairmen's Association SCTCA provides temporary assistance for needy families TANF services, including Support Services for monthly cash assistance, stipend for child care costs, transportation and/or mileage reimbursements, emergency assistance, referrals to other agencies and organizations; Career Development for on-the-job training, career assessments, job search assistance, labor market research; Payment of Employment and Educational Expenses for books and education supplies, uniforms and employment supplies, educational fees, clothing allowance for K-12 students; Incentives for academic incentives for K-12 students, GED/diploma and degree completion incentives, premarital counseling and marriage incentives.
TRIBAL TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) is a federal and state funded program that provides cash assistance and support services to Native American families who are in need.
The Southern California Tribal Chairmen's Association (SCTCA) offers the Tribal TANF program to all Native American families residing in San Diego County and the cities of Solvang, Lompoc, and the Santa Ynez Reservation in Santa Barbara County.
The SCTCA program has been created by Native Americans for Native Americans with the purpose of addressing the cultural, social and economic needs of families.
TORRES MARTINEZ RESERVATION TRIBAL TANF
Torres Martinez Tribal TANF, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, is a social services organization that provides assistance to Native American families with children. We offer a 5-year program with a foundation in educational incentives and work opportunities, supported by temporary financial assistance, leading to self sufficiency. Our doors first opened in 2001 with 1 small office in Thermal, CA and have since grown to 7 regional offices spanning L.A. and Riverside counties. Special focus is put on traditional values and cultural awareness as we serve the Native community with a determination to support, educate and guide our clients along the path to self sufficiency.
SOBOBA RESERVATION TRIBAL TANF
In 2005, the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians were designated to implement and administer the Tribal TANF program for Indian Families living on the Soboba Indian Reservation and within the City of Riverside. Tribal TANF is a federal and state funded program that provides time-limited assistance to needy families with children in an effort for those children to be cared for in their homes or in the homes of relatives. The Tribal TANF program was created by Native Americans to provide cash aid assistance and supportive services to meet the specific needs of Native American families.
|NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN VETERANS PORTAL
AMERICAN INDIAN VETERANS WEB PORTAL Maintained for US military family members and veterans, includes extensive online resources for general information, education, disability, benefits, rehabilitation, pension, health care, medical, graves and burials....
FACEBOOK: "Native American Veterans"
|JOB TRAINING EMPLOYMENT COUNSELING
SCTCA Jobs for Native Americans in San Diego.
Job seekers, sign up, it's free Employers, list your jobs on nativehire.org....
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AMERICAN INDIAN RESOURCE CENTER, Inc SCAIR
The primary purpose of SCAIR is to provide educational and community services for Native American Indians in San Diego County. These services include both the Native urban and tribal communities of San Diego County. The Southern California American Indian Resource Center, Inc. (SCAIR) was established in 1997 as a not-for-profit 501(C)(3) community-based organization.
SYCUAN INTER-TRIBAL VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION
SITVR helps Native American Indians with Physical or Mental Disabilities to Obtain or Maintain Employment by offering Vocational Rehabilitation through Supports such as Counseling, Medical and Psychological Services, Job Training and Referrals, and other Individualized Services.
INTER-TRIBAL COUNCIL of CALIFORNIA, INC ITCC
The Inter-Tribal Council of California, Inc. (ITCC) is a statewide association of over 50 federally recognized tribes and Tribal organizations. This non-profit 501(c)3 organization was formed in 1968 to enhance the education, health, economic, cultural, and social status of all Native Americans in California. ITCC advocates and implements policies, programs and projects to strengthen sovereignty and improve the health and well-being of our tribal communities.
|HEALTH, MEDICAL, WELLNESS, DENTAL
INDIAN HEALTH SERVICE U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The federal Health program for American Indians and Alaska Natives website.
HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES AGENCY County of San Diego
The Health and Human Services Agency is one of five groups or divisions of the San Diego County government. The Agency provides a broad range of health and social services, promoting wellness, self-sufficiency, and a better quality of life for all individuals and families in San Diego County.
SOUTHERN INDIAN HEALTH COUNCIL INC SIHC
Southern Indian Health Council, Inc. (SIHC) is committed to protecting and improving the physical, mental, and spiritual health of our American Indian community. We provide a comprehensive range of professional health care and social services in a manner respectful of Indian values and traditions.
SAN DIEGO AMERICAN INDIAN HEALTH CENTER
The San Diego American Indian Health Center (SDAIHC) is a private, nonprofit corporation established in 1979 to provide services to Native Americans living in the San Diego area.
MENTAL HEALTH AMERICA OF SAN DIEGO COUNTY
The Mental Health America of San Diego County was founded in 1942 as the first mental health advocacy organization in San Diego County. MHA brings together client, families, professionals, providers, community leaders and the public to collaborate, cooperate and ensure available, affordable care to all citizens.
INDIAN HEALTH COUNCIL INC
Indian Health Council, Inc. (IHC) is a consortium of nine tribes dedicated to the continual betterment of Indian health, wholeness, and well-being. With a main facility located adjacent to the Rincon reservation in Pauma Valley and the Santa Ysabel Community Health Center located on the Santa Ysabel Reservation, IHC provides a full spectrum of on-site and outreach services and programs to the North San Diego County reservations of Inaja-Cosmit, La Jolla, Los Coyotes, Mesa Grande, Pala, Pauma, Rincon, San Pasqual, and Santa Ysabel.
|FAMILY JUSTICE CENTERS
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & Legal Services
SAN DIEGO FAMILY JUSTICE CENTER
1122 Broadway, Suite 200, San Diego, CA 92101
If you are in immediate danger, please call 911 or the San Diego Domestic Violence Hotline at (888) DV-LINKS (385-4657).
Come to the San Diego Family Justice Center and find safety and support!
The San Diego Family Justice Center is a public safety initiative launched by the City of San Diego to assist victims of family violence. It was the first comprehensive "one-stop shop" in the nation for victims of family violence and their children. Under one roof, more than twenty-five agencies have come together to provide consolidated and coordinated legal, social, and health services to women, men, children, and families in need. Victims of family violence can now come to one location to talk to an advocate, get a restraining order, plan for their safety, talk to a police officer, meet with a prosecutor, receive medical assistance, and receive information on shelter.
The San Diego Family Justice Center is a unique and safe place where victims of domestic violence are our highest priority. We are committed to providing victims and their children the help they need to break the cycle of family violence that so often damages and destroys families. We are here to help stop domestic violence in the families of San Diego County.
If you would like more information about the San Diego Family Justice Center, call the Center's toll-free Information Line at 1-866-933-HOPE (4673). The Center's trained staff and volunteers can offer help, answer questions, or give you information about the resources available to you.
Five new centers will be located in the following counties:
- Imperial County
Alpine County (Inter-Tribal Council of California)