Tribal Resources

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Tribe Specific Information

General Information

Washington State Tribal Directory [1]

  • Federally Recognized Tribes in Washington State [2]
  • Tribal Chair Contact Information [3]
  • Non-Federally Recognized Tribes in Washington State [4]
  • Washington State Congressional Delegates [5]
  • Federal Agencies in Washington State [6]
  • GOIA Staff in the Governor's Office [7]
  • State Agency Tribal Liaisons [8]
  • Tribal Colleges [9]
  • Tribal Newspapers [10]
  • Tribal Courts [11]
  • Tribal Museums [12]
  • Tribal Casinos [13]
  • Indian Organizations [14]

Native American Reentry Services [15]

  • Our mission is to address barriers faced by Native people who find themselves struggling to transition from a life of incarceration to one of healthy and productive freedom. Our goal is to support successful reintegration into Native American/Aboriginal reservation and urban communities and reduce recidivism through Native American/Aboriginal traditional means.
  • About [16]
  • Contact [17]

White Bison [18]

  • We are a Native American operated 501(c)3 nonprofit company dedicated to creating and sustaining a grassroots Wellbriety Movement that provides culturally based healing to the next seven generations of Indigenous People. White Bison is a proud facilitator of the Wellbriety Movement. Wellbriety means to be sober and well. Wellbriety teaches that we must find sobriety from addictions to alcohol and other drugs and recover from the harmful effects of drugs and alcohol on individuals, families and whole communities. The "Well" part of Wellbriety is the inspiration to go on beyond sobriety and recovery, committing to a life of wellness and healing everyday.

The Native Project: Sacred Hospitality for All [19]

  • Our Mission is to provide quality services that promote wellness and balance of mind, body and spirit for individuals, staff, families and communities. We offer "Sacred Hospitality" to all people seeking services at The NATIVE Project. The NATIVE Project’s Service Delivery Philosophy is a patient centered care model that embraces action, education, culture and spirituality on the road to healing and wellness.
  • Services [20]
  • Behavioral Health [21]
  • Medical Clinic Services [22]
  • Dental Services Provided[23]
  • Also under Spokane County

Chief Seattle Club [24]

  • Located in the city's historic Pioneer Square district, the Chief Seattle Club provides a safe and sacred place to rest, revive and nurture the spirit of urban Native peoples in need. We believe in the power of our ancestral ways, and preserving them means fostering a sense of community among those without one to call their own. Anyone with American Indian or Alaska Native heritage, regardless of tribe, is invited to participate in our programs and make use of our resources. Our mission is to create a welcoming place of support, acceptance and ceremony for Seattle's native population. We hope that you will become a Club member, and join us in that mission. Aho!
  • Member Services [25]
  • Reentry [26]
  • Permanent Housing [27]
  • Homelessness Prevention [28]
  • COVID-19 Rental Assistance [29]
  • Native Works Vocational Rehabilitation [30]
  • Mission & Vision [31]
  • Also located in King County

United Indians of All Tribes Foundation [32]

  • Our mission is to provide educational, cultural and social services that reconnect Indigenous people in the Puget Sound region to their heritage by strengthening their sense of belonging and significance as Native people.
  • Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center [33]

Apprenticeships for Tribal Members TERO (Tribal Employment Rights Office) brochure [34]

  • In apprenticeship programs, you earn a wage while you learn specific, high-value skills in the trade or profession of your choice. Apprenticeship opportunities are offered in many construction trades and in other fields, such as health care and public safety.

Catching the Dream [35]

  • The mission of Catching the Dream, founded in 1986, is to help improve the quality of life in Indian communities through the higher education of Indian people. We provide scholarship funds for students who demonstrate academic achievement, clearly defined goals, leadership, the determination to succeed, and the desire to return to their communities and help others realize their dreams. We assist Indian schools in preparing students for success in college.
  • Mission Statement [36]
  • Contact [37]
  • Application Forms [38]
    • Application [39]
    • "How to Find and Win Scholarships" by Dr. Dean Chavers [40]

Seattle Indian Center [41]

  • We provide an intensive wraparound case management approach to the needs of the community. We supply short-term services to those in crisis. But more importantly, we provide long-term hope through employment assistance, escape from sex trafficking, and a sense of community. If we are not able to provide services at the Seattle Indian Center, referrals are provided at no cost to our clients.
  • Services [42]
    • Project Beacon [43]
    • Day Center [44]
    • Food Security Program [45]
    • Sea'Sha Inn (Men's Hostel) [46]
  • About [47]

National Congress of American Indians [50]

  • The National Congress of American Indians, founded in 1944, is the oldest, largest and most representative American Indian and Alaska Native organization serving the broad interests of tribal governments and communities.
  • Membership [51]
  • NCAI Individual Application [52]
  • About Tribes [53]
  • Tribal Nations & The United States: An Introduction [54]

Department of Indian Affairs [55]

  • We maintain government-to-government relationships with Indian tribes, and facilitate support for tribal people and tribal governments. We promote safe and quality living environments, strong communities, self sufficient and individual rights, while enhancing protection of the lives, prosperity and well being of American Indians and Alaska Natives.
  • Programs and Services [56]
  • Regional Offices - Northwest Region [57]
    • Tribes Served []
  • Tribal Enrollment Process [58]
  • Bureau of Indian Affairs Certificate of Degree of Indian or Alaska Native Blood Instructions [59]

Your Money, Your Goals Toolkit and Companion Guides

  • The toolkit has information that helps you have money conversations with the people you serve. Use the tools to help achieve goals and work through challenges. You can use the toolkit to help people: Make spending decisions that can help them reach their goals, Order and fix credit reports, Make decisions about repaying debts and taking on new debt, Keep track of their income and bills
  • Your Money Your Goals - English June 2020 [60]
  • Su Dinero, Sus Metas - Español Diciembre 2016 [61]
  • Focus on Reentry July 2021 [62]
  • Focus on Military Communities January 2021 [63]
  • Focus on Native communities May 2019 [64]
  • Focus on People with disabilities March 2019 [65]
  • Source [66]
  • Also on Financial Literacy, Coaching and Counseling Page, Veterans Page, Reentry Guides Page.

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