- American Indian Disability Technical Assistance Center
The American Indian Disability Technical Assistance Center or AIDTAC is an information and technical assistance center that works with American Indian tribes and Alaskan Native villages to help their members with disabilities live healthy lives as part of the community.
- Association of American Indian Physicians
Has a mission to pursue excellence in Native American healthcare by promoting education in the medical disciplines, honoring traditional healing principles and restoring the balance of mind, body, and spirit.
- Capacity Building For American Indians Project
Assisting American Indians, Alaska Natives and minority entities to develop and maintain culturally appropriate vocational rehabilitation programs.
- Consortia of Administrators for Native American Rehabilitation (CANAR)
The mission of CANAR is to serve as an avenue for collaboration and cooperation between Administrators of rehabilitation projects serving Native American persons with disabilities, to increase and enhance the quality of services, resulting in positive outcomes for Native American persons with disabilities
- EPICS - Education for Parents of Indian Children with Special Needs
A non-profit community parent resource center for families who live in New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Colorado who have American Indian children with disabilities and/or special healthcare needs from birth to age 26 years old.
- Indian Children's Program (ICP)
ICP strives to provide responsive, family-centered and community based services for Native American children with known or suspected disabilities. ICP programs embrace the spirit of cultural diversity, collaboration and innovation. ICP works to iimprove the quality of services for Native American children with special needs by facilitating integrated development of family and community capabilities and resources.
- Indian Country Child Trauma Center (ICCTC)
Established to develop trauma-related treatment protocols, outreach materials, and service delivery guidelines specifically designed for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) children and their families. The Indian Country Child Trauma Center is part of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network funded by the Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) under the National Child Traumatic Stress Initiative. It is housed at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in the Center on Child Abuse and Neglect. A current program includes Project Making Medicine (PMM).
- Indian Health Service Home Page
Has a mission to raise the physical, mental, social, and spiritual health of American Indians and Alaska Natives to the highest level and to assure that comprehensive, culturally acceptable personal and public health services are available and accessible to American Indian and Alaska Native people.
Indian Law Resource Center
Legal advocacy for the protection of indigenous peoples’ human rights, cultures, and traditional lands so that Indian tribes and nations may flourish for generations to come
- Intertribal Deaf Council
Preserves and carries out traditions, languages and cultures of First Nations deaf, deaf-blind and hard of hearing people. Provides information exchange, traditional and education activities, and awareness activities for non-Native and/or non-deaf people.
- National Indian Child Welfare Association
A comprehensive source of information on American Indian child welfare and works on behalf of Indian children and families. NICWA provides public policy, research, and advocacy; information and training relating to Indian child welfare; and community development services to a broad national audience including tribal governments and programs, state child welfare agencies, and other organizations, agencies, and professionals interested in the field of Indian child welfare.
- National Indian Education Association
- National Indian Health Board
The National Indian Health Board will advocate on behalf of all Tribal Governments and American Indians/Alaska Natives in their efforts to provide quality health care.
- National Indian Parent Information Center
Nation-wide resource for Native American families, tribes, communities, parent centers.
- National Native American AIDS Prevention Center
The National Native American AIDS Prevention Center's (NNAAPC) mission is to stop the spread of HIV and related diseases among American Indians, Alaskan Natives, Native Hawaiians, and to improve the quality of life for those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.
- Native American Advocacy Center
The mission of the Native American Advocacy Program, which strives to maintain a healthy organization, is to assist Native Americans with disabilities and Native American Youth by: promoting a healthy lifestyle, providing prevention, education, training, advocacy, support, independent living skills and referrals.
- Native American Disability Law Center
The Native American Disability Law Center is a private nonprofit organization that advocates for the legal rights of Native Americans with disabilities. Through advocacy and education, we empower Native people with disabilities to lead independent lives in their own communities. The Law Center's service area covers over 25,000 square miles of high desert in the Four Corners region of Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado, an area approximately the size of Michigan.
- Native American Health Links
Department of Health And Human Services
- Native American Professional Parent Resources
NAPPR empowers, educates and provides supportive services to build healthy Native American children and families.
- Native American Women's Health
The Native American Woman's Health Education Resource Center has a Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) awareness program and a Child Development Program is designed for children in the community with special needs.
- Office of Minority Health
Advises on public health issues affecting American Indians and Alaska Natives, Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders, Blacks/African Americans, and Hispanics/Latinos.
- One Sky Center
To improve prevention and treatment of mental health and substance abuse problems and services among Native people.
- Pathways to Improving Outreach to American Indians and Alaska Natives who are
Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and Hard of Hearing
Project to address key rehabilitation outreach needs of American Indians and Alaska Natives who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, and Deaf-Blind, and who are living in urban settings or are in transition from tribal lands.
- Three Feathers Associates
Has a mission to promote the health, education and welfare of American Indian and Alaska Native people.