Mendocino County Food Program
Sherwood Valley Food Program
The Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR) is a program of the Food and Nutrition Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. This program provides foods for good health to households living on or near Indian reservations in approved FDPIR service areas. You may qualify to receive these foods if you have little or no earnings or live on a fixed income such as social security, cash aid from social services, or TANF.
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1220 Blossar Lane, Willits, CA
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ICWA- Mendocino County
Round Valley ICWA
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Location:
77826 Covelo Rd, Covelo, CA
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Sherwood Valley ICWA
CWA services offered through the Tribe vary depending upon the situation and needs of the child and family.  Sherwood Valley Indian Child Welfare provides support and referral services outside of court cases with the goal of strengthening Indian families and contributing to family stability. Advocacy: Support for child(ren) and parents through the often daunting experience of navigating the judicial, social service, probation, mental health, school and other county/state systems that at times our families find themselves challenged and involved with. The Sherwood Valley Band of Pomo is a member of the National Indian Child Welfare Association (NICWA) and receives support and technical assistance on current policies and regulations.
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190 Sherwood Hill Dr, Willits, CA
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Redwood Valley ICWA
The Redwood Valley Rancheria Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) Department provides culturally appropriate preventive and ongoing services and referrals to service providers for Redwood Valley Rancheria member families and children who are involved with or at risk of involvement with county or state child welfare systems.
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3250 Road I, Redwood Valley, CA
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Pinoleville ICWA
The Pinoleville Pomo Nation secures tribal government, affirms and protects tribal sovereignty, and maintains government-to-government relationships. The Nation is dedicated to developing and maintaining co-operative alliances that benefit the Nation and local community. The Nation is committed to the preservation of its history, culture, and traditions. The Nation provides for the health, safety, and general welfare of its citizens, while promoting economic self-sufficiency and personal independence.
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Location:
500 B Pinoleville Rd, Ukiah, CA
Email:
webmaster@pinoleville-nsn.gov
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Hopland ICWA
ICWA wants all Tribal Youth/Children to live in homes that are safe, nurturing, happy, and connected to the Tribe and our culture. The Hopland Tribal ICWA Services provides representation and resources for Hopland Tribal Members at risk of losing their children. The ICWA Social Worker is the appointed representative for the Tribe. S/he works to protect the best interests of children who are members of the Tribe, to prevent the unwarranted breakup of Hopland families, to maintain the connection of Hopland children to their families and Tribe, to promote the stability and security of the Tribe by establishing tribal standards for the conduct of child custody proceedings involving Hopland children, and to provide child welfare services to Hopland children and families that are in accord with the traditions, laws, and cultural values of the Tribe.
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Location:
3000 Shanel Rd, Hopland, CA
Email:
icwa@hoplandtribe.com
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Coyote Valley ICWA
The Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians is a federally recognized Tribe located in the heart of Mendocino County, Redwood Valley, California, USA. The reservation is approximately 82.36 acres of trust land. For the purpose of governing ourselves, under our own laws, customs and traditions, free from state regulation and control, and for the purpose of establishing a legally recognized Tribal government and secure the rights and powers inherent in our sovereign status, guaranteed to us by the laws of the United States, the Tribe adopted the Document Embodying the Laws, Customs and Traditions of the Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians as its governing document; the Tribe’s Constitution. In accordance with the Tribe’s Constitution, the powers of the Tribe are divided into three distinct branches: the General Council, the Tribal Council, and Tribal Judiciary. The Tribe is comprised of over 300 members. All persons whose name appears on Tribal Base Roll (adopted October 30, 2012) or are lineal descendants of any person whose name appears on the Tribal Base Roll shall be members of the Tribe provided they have first made an application for membership according to the Tribe’s enrollment code. Duly enrolled members 18 years of age and better make up the General Council. Elected from the General Council is a Chief of the General Council and the Tribal Council.
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7601 North State St, Redwood Valley, CA
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Guidiville Rancheria Of California
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Location:
401 B Talmage, Ukiah, CA
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Manchester Point Arena ICWA
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24 Mamie Laiwa Dr, Point Arena, CA
Potter Valley ICWA
We, the members of the Potter Valley Tribe, pusuant to our inherent sovereignty as a nation, do hereby adopt and establish this Constitution for the purposes of providing for the health, safety, and welfare of our people, to promote our economy, to preserve, protect, and pass on our culture to future generations, to maintain community harmony, to achieve fairness and justice, to honor our traditions, our ancestors, and our elders, to assert and exercise our sovereignty, to affirm and build natural resources of our  aboriginal land or any other acquired territory, to carry on enterprises for the benefit of our community, and to establish duties and rights of the citizens fo the Potter Valley Tribe living on or off-reservation.
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2251 South State St, Ukiah, CA
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Indian Child Family Preservation Program (ICFPP)
ICFPP is an all Indian Tribal nonprofit corporation and a consortium of tribes formed to provide Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) advocacy. Please see our programs and services page for more information of the cases we serve and our additional services offered.
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2525 Cleland Ave Suite H, Santa Rosa, CA
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Cahto ICWA
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Location:
300 Cahto Drive, Laytonville, CA
Email:
icwa@cahtotribe-nsn.gov
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Mendocino County Housing
Northern Circle Indian Housing Authority – Educations And Support Services
Assists Tribal members to improve their financial/ credit situations and empowers individuals with their goals towards Homeownership.
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Location:
694 Pinoleville Drive, Ukiah, CA  95482
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Big Valley Rancheria Housing
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Location:
2726 Mission Rancheria Road, Lakeport, CA
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North Circle Indian Housing Authority
To help Tribal Government with the development of their communities. To do so in a way that is consistent with the Tribe’s social, cultural, and economic values. To alleviate some of the effects of poverty by providing quality housing for Native Americans in Northern California.
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694 Pinoleville Drive, Ukiah, CA  95482
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California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc. (CIMC)
– Community Services Block Grant Program Provides emergency and supportive services to low - income Native American individuals and families that reside off - reser vation.
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Location:
738 North Market Boulevard, Sacramento, CA  95834
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(800) 7485259
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Native American Independent Living Demonstration Project (NAILDP)
demonstration project that will determine the needs of Native Americans with disabilities and how to best provide Services and promote independent living in Native American Communities.
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707 463 8875
Location:
415 talmage road, ukiah, CA  95482
Native American Independent Demonstration Project (NAILDP)
demonstration project that will determine the needs of Native Americans with disabilities and how to best provide Services and promote independent living in Native American Communities.
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707 528 2745
Location:
521 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA  95401
Mendocino County Wellness Center
Consolidated Tribal Health Project
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Location:
6991 North State Street, Redwood Valley, CA  95470
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Tribal Health Consortium
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Location:
925 Bevins Ct, Lakeport, CA
Kno'Qoti Native Wellness, Inc
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Location:
422 S. Main St, Lakeport, CA
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Sherwood Valley Tribal Indian Health Service
The overall mission of the Indian Health Service is to raise the physical, mental, social and spiritual health of American Indians and Alaska natives (AI/AN) to the highest level.
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Location:
88 Madrone St, Willits, CA  95490
Email:
fmaize@sherwoodband.com
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Mendocino County Support Group
Red Road
The main goal of a treatment facility is to help addicts overcome their reliance on addictive substances so that they can lead a life that is drug and alcohol-free. Compassionate and caring staff members at rehabilitation facilities can provide addicts the courage and guidance needed in order to overcome addiction.
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Learning Center/building b, 3250 Road I, Redwood Valley, CA
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Lake County Tribal Health Women's Talking Circle-Middletown
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Middletown, CA
Circle of Native Minds
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845 Bevins St, Lakeport, CA
Warrior to Warrior
Men's Wellness Talking Circle Topics included but not limited to: Fatherhood, Life skills, Domestic Violence Prevention and Education, Change, Anger Management, Suicide Prevention and more
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Location:
6991 North State Street, Redwood Valley, CA  95470
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Mother's Talking Circle & Family Spirt
Wellness Center
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Location:
6991 North State Street, Redwood Valley, CA  95470
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Sister to Sister Women's Wellness Circles
Evening of Empowerment and Hope. Dinner is served.
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6991 North State Street, Redwood Valley, CA  95470
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Mendocino County Resources
Sherwood Valley Tribal Youth Program
Our team provides services, support, and outreach to rural Native American Youth in Northern California, with the focus on the Sherwood Valley tribal community: These support, services, and outreach include the following: Mentoring, Generation Red Road for Youth, Cultural Workshops & Trips, Monthly Community Events, Celebrating Families for Wellness Program, Intertribal Youth Council, and support from Tribal Community Advisory.
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48 Madrone St, Willits, CA  95490
Email:
aascencio@sherwoodband.com
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Free Annual Fishing License - Native American
Available for any American Indian or lineal descendant whose household income does not exceed federal poverty guidelines. The Free Sport Fishing License for Low Income Native Americans is only available at CDFW License Sales Offices .
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Pinoleville Vocational Rehabilitation Program
The mission of the Pinoleville Pomo Nation Vocational Rehabilitation Program is to establish and provide quality vocational rehabilitation services to all eligible enrolled members of Federally-Recognized Tribes, residing in Lake, Mendocino and Sonoma Counties.
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6190 North State St, Ukiah, CA
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Mending Basket
The Mending Basket incorporates traditional values and ways into the provision of services to victims of domestic violence and teen dating violence. Classes Include but not limited too: Addressing Family Violence and Abuse Fatherhood and Motherhood is Sacred Linking Generations by Strengthening Relationships Red Road Groups
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1712 D South Main St, Willits, CA  95490
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Office of Tribal Affairs
The Office of Tribal Affairs cultivates informed participation and trusting relationships with and among the Tribes, California Department of Social Services, and Counties to enhance the well-being of American Indian children and families.
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744 P St, Sacramento, CA
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California Indian Manpower Consortium, INC (CIMC)
As first Americans, we walk in the present with our eyes on the future and the past in our hearts. We advocate pride in our cultural integrity. We honor the spirit that ensures continuity of the sacred circle. Our team of caring professionals: - Empowers Native Americans to achieve excellence - Revitalizes our communities - Embraces the challenges of the 21st century
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738 North Market Boulevard, Sacramento, CA  95834
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Northern California Indian Development Council
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241 F St, Eureka, CA
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Division of Human Service ICWA Social Services Office
Under the mission area of Serving Communities, the Human Services Program supports the Department’s Strategic Goal to Advance Quality Communities for Tribes and Alaska Natives by improving welfare systems for Indian Tribes and Alaska Natives. Human Services consists of direct funding and activities related to social services, welfare assistance, Indian child welfare, and program oversight. The objective of this activity is to improve the quality of life for individual Indians that live on or near Indian reservations and to protect the children, elderly and disabled from abuse and neglect. The activity also provides child abuse and neglect services and protective services to Individual Indian Monies (IIM) supervised account holders who are minors, adults in need of assistance, adults under legal disability, and adults found to be non compos mentis.
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Washington DC, 1849 C Street NW MS 3645, CA
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bia.icwa@bia.gov
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California Tribal TANF Partnership-Lake
The California Tribal TANF Partnership (CTTP) is associated with 20 tribes and other organizations that operate tribal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) programs for Native American people. CTTP was established on July 8, 2003 and remains operational under the governing body Robinson Rancheria of Pomo Indians as lead adminis
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377 Lakeport Blvd, Lakeport, CA
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California Tribal TANF Partnership-Humboldt
The California Tribal TANF Partnership (CTTP) is associated with 20 tribes and other organizations that operate tribal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) programs for Native American people. CTTP was established on July 8, 2003 and remains operational under the governing body Robinson Rancheria of Pomo Indians as lead adminis
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636 H St, Eureka, CA
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Hoopa Valley Tribe
We, the Hoopa Valley Tribe, are a Tribal Government dedicated to protecting and promoting the interests of the Hoopa Valley Indians, and cooperating and collaborating with Federal, State, and local Governments.
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PO Box 1348, Hoopa, CA
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Karuk Tribe
The mission of the Karuk Tribe is to promote the general welfare of all Karuk people, to establish equality and justice for our tribe, to restore and preserve Tribal traditions, customs, language and ancestral rights, and to secure to ourselves and our descendants the power to exercise the inherent rights of self governance.
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PO Box 1016, Happy Camp, CA
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Yurok Tribe- Klamath
The mission of the Yurok Tribe is to exercise the aboriginal and sovereign rights of the Yurok People to continue forever our Tribal traditions of self-governance, cultural and spiritual preservation, stewardship of Yurok lands, waters and other natural endowments, balanced social and economic development, peace and reciprocity, and respect for the dignity and individual rights of all persons living within the jurisdiction of the Yurok Tribe, while honoring our Creator, our ancestors and our descendants.
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190 Klamath Blvd, Klamath, CA
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Pinoleville Pomo Nation Outreach Coordinator
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CA
California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc. (CIMC) – Community Block Grant Program
Utility Assistance: prevent disconnection of utilities or to restore services
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Tai Chi
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese tradition that is today practiced as a graceful form of exercise. It involves a series of movements performed in a slow and focused manner, accompanied with balance and deep breathing.
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6991 North State Street, Redwood Valley, CA  95470
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Rising Through Resilience
Sister to Sister and Brother to Brother Wellness Gathering. "Change is possible, Be the Change." Diana Billy-Elliot- 707-234-0086 or Katie Ray 707-349-8996
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200 South School Street, Ukiah, CA  95482
Strong Hearts Native Helpline
provide support and a connection to local resources for people being hurt in their relationship
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1 844 7NATIVE (1 844 762 8483)
SMS/Text:
1 844 7NATIVE (1 844 762 8
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Mendocino County Parenting Resources
NICHD
Phone:
(800) 505-CRIB
Location:
National,
Email:
NICHDInformationResourceCenter@mail.nih.gov
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Northern California Children's Therapy Center
In the first 5 years of life, a child’s brain grows and absorbs more information than at any other time. Children learn life-long skills they use to speak, move, play and learn.
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(855) 353-Kids (5437)
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CA
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Sherwood Valley Tribal Youth Program
Our team provides services, support, and outreach to rural Native American Youth in Northern California, with the focus on the Sherwood Valley tribal community: These support, services, and outreach include the following: Mentoring, Generation Red Road for Youth, Cultural Workshops & Trips, Monthly Community Events, Celebrating Families for Wellness Program, Intertribal Youth Council, and support from Tribal Community Advisory.
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Location:
48 Madrone St, Willits, CA  95490
Email:
aascencio@sherwoodband.com
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Lake County Tribal Health Car Seat Program
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Location:
925 Bevins Ct, Lakeport, CA
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Family Spirit Program
The Family Spirit Program offers support and education for Parents from pregnancy to 5 years post partum. It is a Culturally based in-home visiting program designed for and by Native American families.
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CA
Sister to Sister Women's Wellness Circles
Evening of Empowerment and Hope. Dinner will be served.
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CA
Mother's Talking Circle & Family Spirt
Wellness Center and Zoom
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Online, , CA
Warrior to Warrior
Men's Wellness Talking Circle
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Location:
6991 North State Street, Redwood Valley, CA  95470
Mendocino County Residential Treatment
Scott's Valley Treatment Center at Campobello
It is the intention of Campobello to provide exceptional care to all who choose to start a proven successful path to their best self and well being. Awakening Spirits, Breaking Chains: Healing for Lasting Freedom
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Location:
3250 Guerneville Rd, Santa Rosa, CA  95401
Email:
campobello.morgan.f@gmail.com
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Mendocino County Mental Health
Hear Us - Redwood Valley
This is an all-access program for rural and indigenous communities and it's members who need support with their Mental Health and Wellness, resources/referrals to other providers or just a space to take a break and discuss current life stressors.
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Redwood Valley, CA  95470
Tuesday: Coyote Valley Reservation:
7751 N State St, Redwood Valley
Thursday: Redwood Valley Rancheria:
3250 Rd I, Redwood Valley
Hear Us- Laytonville
This is an all-access program for rural and indigenous communities and it's members who need support with their Mental Health and Wellness, resources/referrals to other providers or just a space to take a break and discuss current life stressors.
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Location:
Laytonville, CA  95454
10am-12:30pm: The Book Room:
200 Branscome Rd, Laytonville
1pm-4pm: Cahto Tribe:
300 Cahto Drive, Laytonville
Lake County Wellness Center
ICWA - Lake County
Big Valley Band Rancheria
Big Valley Tribal members are descendants of the Xa-Ben-Na-Po Band of Pomo Indians that historically have inhabited the Clear Lake area for over 11,800 years. For many generations, the various Pomo Bands enjoyed unfettered use of the lands and waters of Lake County, California.
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Location:
2726 Mission Rancheria Road, Lakeport, CA
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Elem Indian Colony of Pomo Indians of the Sulphur Bank Rancheria
A. Passed by Congress in 1978 to protect and preserve our Native American children from being sent to Foster Homes or Foster Parents without the consent of the Tribe. B. Assist those Foster agencies or Foster parents to provide cultural awareness to their children or find placement of child with qualified Indian Parents. C. Provide information to the Child Protective Services, Law Enforcement, Social Services, and the Court Systems to identify appropiate placement of their Native American Children. D. If you know of any Native American children who need cultural awareness education notify our Tribe for assistance. E. If you would like assistance with Tribal adoption among families, please contact the our Tribe.
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16170 Main St, Lower Lake, CA
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Habematolel Pomo of Upper Lake
The Habematolel Pomo of Upper Lake is a federally-recognized native sovereign nation. Our primary purposes relate to the overall well being of our Tribal Members and our families. We have active programs and relationships with our Pomo tribal neighbors here in Lake County that will help us preserve our Pomo culture. Many of these activities help us rediscover lost traditions, spiritual beliefs and help revive our dying languages.
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Location:
375 State Hwy 20, Upper lake, CA
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Middletown Rancheria of Pomo Indians
We, as members of the Middletown Rancheria, established our own Constitution as an exercise of our sovereign power in order to organize for our common good, to govern ourselves pursuant to our own laws, to preserve and protect our common and natural resources, to provide for the welfare and prosperity of our people.
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Location:
22223 CA-29, Middletown, CA
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Robinson Rancheria
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Location:
1545 State Hwy 20, Nice, CA
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Scotts Valley Band of Pomo Indians
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Location:
1005 Parallel Dr, Lakeport, CA
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Lake County Food Program
Lake County Housing
Lake County Support Group
Lake County Resources
Lake County Parenting Resources
Lake County Residential Treatment
Lake County Mental Health
Humboldt County Food Program
ICWA- Humboldt County
Humboldt County Wellness Center
Humboldt County Support Group
Humboldt County Housing
Humboldt County Resources
Humboldt County Parenting Resources
Humboldt County Residential Treatment
Humboldt County Mental Health
ICWA- Del Norte County
Del Norte County Housing
Del Norte County Food Program
Del Norte County Wellness Center
Del Norte County Support Group
Del Norte County Resources
Del Norte County Parenting Resources
Del Norte County Residential Treatment
Del Norte County Mental Health