Older Indians Fall 2019 Newsletter— November 18, 2019

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Focus on Native Communities Companion Guide Now Available— November 6, 2019

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's companion guide, Focus on Native Communities, is now available to order and download.  The guide was developed with the support of tribes and other organizations that serve Native communities.  It provides organizations with information that meaningfully connects the Your Money, Your Goals suite of financial empowerment tooks to the financial lives of Native community members.  Download or order your free copies here.

FNS Blog:  Seven Ways Farm to School Can Make You 'Cool'— October 3, 2019

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Nevada Tribal Summit Provides Opportunity for Overview of Road Map for Indian Country— September 13, 2019

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National Resource Center on Native American Aging (NRCNAA) Welcomes New Team Members— September 11, 2019

Learn more about the NRCNAA's newest team members here.

Letter from ACL Administrator, Lance Robertson, Updated Regional Points of Contact for Title VI Grantees During ACL Reorganization— September 11, 2019

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Older Indians Summer 2019 Newsletter— August 5, 2019

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ACL Seeking Public Comment— July 5, 2019

ACL Seeking Public Comment for Adjustments of A–CAM Support Due to Number of Locations in Eligible Census Blocks.

ACL Launches Online Hub of Elder Justice Resources— June 6, 2019

ElderJustice.acl.gov serves as a gateway to seven ACL resource centers which disseminate information to professionals and the public; collaborate on research; and provide technical assistance and training to professionals, states, and community-based organizations. Read more here.

Older Americans Act Title VI Services–Social Connectedness Data Story— May 1, 2019

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Darryl LaCounte Named Director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs— May 1, 2019

Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Tara Mac Lean Sweeney announced that she has appointed Darryl LaCounte to the position of director of the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) in the U.S. Department of the Interior. LaCounte, a member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians in North Dakota, has served as acting director since 2018.  His appointment became effective April 28, 2019.
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National Indian Council on Aging (NICOA) April 2019 Newsletter— April 30, 2019

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The Caregiving Community Survey— April 11, 2019

Caring for an aging spouse, partner, family member or friend? Complete the Caregiving Community Survey by May 10, 2019. You could win a $25 Target gift card for participating!

Older Indians Spring 2019 Newsletter— April 10, 2019

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Issue Brief: Care Coordination & Older Adults— April 9, 2019

The Eldercare Workforce Alliance (EWA) released an issue brief, "Care Coordination," in partnership with the National Coalition On Care Coordination (N3C) and the Center for Health and Social Care Integration (CHaSCi).

Report on the Evaluation of Home and Community-Based Support Services for Older American Indians, Alaskan Natives, and Native Hawaiians— March 19, 2019

View the Evaluation of the ACL Title VI Programs: Year 2 Interim Report here.

National Council of Urban Indian Health e-News and Updates— February 25, 2019

View Highlights, Upcoming Events, Funding Opportunities and more provided by NCUIH's e-News and Updates. Click here to view the newsletter.

SAMHSA TIP 61: Behavioral Health Services for American Indians and Alaska Natives— February 12, 2019

SAMHSA’s new Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP), “TIP 61: Behavioral Health Services for American Indians and Alaska Natives” (TIP 61), provides practical and culturally relevant guidance on how best to provide effective behavioral health services to clients in this population. Click here to continue reading.

National Council of Urban Indian Health e-News and Updates— February 11, 2019

View Highlights, Upcoming Events, Funding Opportunities and more provided by NCUIH's e-News and Updates. Click here to view the newsletter.

New App Displays What Original Medicare Covers— February 6, 2019

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) launched a new app that gives consumers a modernized Medicare experience with direct access on a mobile device to some of the most-used content on Medicare.gov. The new “What’s Covered” app lets people with Original Medicare, caregivers and others quickly see whether Medicare covers a specific medical item or service. Click here to continue reading.

American Indian Cancer Foundation: Winter 2018 Newsletter— January 17, 2019

It’s been a wonderful year at the American Indian Cancer Foundation! We’ve been busy developing new resources, and growing the team to enhance our connections with Tribal communities across the nation and increase awareness about preventable diseases. Click here to continue reading.