Resources of Interest

American Indian Child Resource Center(AICRC)-A non-profit organization located in Oakland, CA that promotes the integrity and culture of American Indian youth and their families.

Friendship House Association of American Indians, Inc.-is a community-based, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that provides residential substance abuse treatment and outpatient services for Native American located in the Mission District in San Francisco.

Indian Health Center of Santa Clara Valley-is a full-service community health clinic established for the American Indian community living in and around the city of San Jose. It operates a fully-accredited medical, dental and behavioral health program. To contact the clinic call (408) 445-3400

California Indian Museum-The Museium is being established at the Presidio in San Francisco by the National Indian Justice Center. The museum will showcase California Indian culture and provide lectures on relevant American themes and issues.

First Nations Development Institute-A nonprofit that focuses on offering technical assistance and grants for tribes engaged in economic development initiatives., politics, arts, health issues and other issues of interest to Native Americans.

Aboriginal Connections-Aboriginal Resources for the United States and Canada

National American Indian Housing Council (NAIHC)-provides information on Indian Housing

National Congress of American Indians (NCAI)-A national organization located in Washington, D.C. that monitors federal legislation affecting Indian country.

National Indian Justice Center-Nonprofit organization established and operated by Native Americans to assist Indians with tribal court systems and the administration of justice in Indian country.

Native Tech-A site for information on Native American Technology and art

Native Web-Resources for indigenous cultures around the world.

Bay Area American Indian Two-Spirits(BAAITS)-A community based volunteer organization creating forums for spiritual, cultural and artistic expression of Two-Spirit people.

Northern California Indian Development Council-A nonprofit Native American agency for tribes in NOrthern California.

Index of Native American Resources-An index of Native American resources on the internet

American Indian Graduate Program-The American Indian Graduate Program seeks, through outreach, individual recruitment, and student services, to counteract the barriers that prevent the full participation of American Indian and Alaska Native students in graduate education.

California Tribal Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) Program-The California Tribal TANF Program's core purpose is the 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 Programs.