Administration for Native Americans - ANA

Administration for Native Americans - ANA Founded in 1974, ANA promotes self-sufficiency for Native Americans by providing discretionary grant funding for community based projects, and training and technical assistance to eligible tribes and native organizations.
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Office of Minority Health - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
03/12/2021

Office of Minority Health - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

While the nation battles #COVID19, disturbing reports of attacks, harassment, and hate-motivated incidents are forcing Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) communities to battle #racism and bigotry that threaten their safety and wellbeing.

The Memorandum Condemning and Combating Racism, Xenophobia, and Intolerance against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPIs) in the United States, issued by President Biden on Jan. 26 is a call to action for the federal government to combat and prevent racism, xenophobia, and intolerance against AAPIs and also address immediate equity needs related to COVID-19 response and recovery efforts. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3vdrG8l #healthequity #minorityhealth

03/12/2021
HIV.gov

HIV.gov

“The choice is to be happy—and to live in your authenticity.” –Toni, on why she takes PrEP.

Are you ready? See if you qualify for free PrEP at GetYourPrEP.com #NWGHAAD #PrEP

03/12/2021
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Women’s History Month gives us the opportunity to celebrate the women who have made incredible advancements in the medical field. Check out some of these pioneers below and share this to spread the word.

Honor a loved one who has gone missing or has been murdered through the @ACF MMNA Remembrance Shawl. To honor a loved on...
03/12/2021

Honor a loved one who has gone missing or has been murdered through the @ACF MMNA Remembrance Shawl. To honor a loved one who has been victim to the crisis of Missing and Murdered Native Americans email [email protected] today. The name will be added to the 15-foot-long shawl, and will hang in commemoration in the ANA Office in Washington, D.C.

03/11/2021
The Role of Tribal Colleges in Language Revitalization

#ThrowbackThursday #TBT The work that many American Indian/ Alaska Native and Pacific Islanders are doing when it comes to language revitalization and continuation is commendable! Learn more about how tribal colleges play an important role in that process by viewing the Native American Languages Summit recorded session today!

The important role that tribal colleges and Native-serving institutions play in revitalization.We accept comments in the spirit of our comment policy: https:...

Being a panel reviewer is an integral part of ANA’s funding process and affords participants the opportunity to have a s...
03/10/2021

Being a panel reviewer is an integral part of ANA’s funding process and affords participants the opportunity to have a significant impact in Native communities. Apply to become a panel reviewer today! You can help be a part of the process to support American Indian/Alaska Native and Pacific Islander Communities. https://buff.ly/3qeI8Sf

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
03/09/2021

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

You are not alone. Help is available. If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, reach out to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK or suicidepreventionlifeline.org.

Ensuring there are preventative methods available to help end the crisis of Missing and Murdered Native Americans is an ...
03/09/2021
Missing and Murdered Native Americans (MMNA) – A Public Health Framework for Action

Ensuring there are preventative methods available to help end the crisis of Missing and Murdered Native Americans is an important part of addressing MMNA. The Administration for Children and Families - ACF looks at the preventative methods to face MMNA. Read the MMNA Framework today to learn more.

Missing and Murdered Native Americans (MMNA) – A Public Health Framework for Action

National Indigenous Women's Resource Center
03/08/2021

National Indigenous Women's Resource Center

Happy International Women's Day! Today we honor the hearts and backbones of our families and communities - women. As leaders, nurturers, protectors, survivors, and knowledge-keepers, women are honored and valued in Indigenous communities. Thank you to all the women in our communities for your resilience, strength, wisdom, courage, and compassion. 💙 💜 ❤️ #IWD2021 #InternationalWomensDay #WomenAreSacred

Happy International Women’s Day! Within many indigenous cultures the beauty, importance and sacredness of women is conti...
03/08/2021

Happy International Women’s Day! Within many indigenous cultures the beauty, importance and sacredness of women is continuously celebrated. Today let’s remember how important women are!

Alaska Region T/TA Center
03/08/2021

Alaska Region T/TA Center

There are only a few seats left in our Emerging Leaders Project Planning & Development Training. Sign up today at https://www.anaalaska.org/trainings-and-events
This training is specifically designed for new and beginning grant writers.
#grantwriting #alaska #alaskanative #community #getinvolved #leadership

Indian Country Today
03/08/2021
Indian Country Today

Indian Country Today

In honor of Mother Earth's sacred women, associate editor
Vincent Schilling compiled photos showcasing the strength and resilience of women in Indian Country.

#InternationalWomensDay: A sacred women warriors photo tribute

Originally published March 8, 2017

The Administration for Children and Families - ACF MMNA Framework recognizes those who have gone missing or have been mu...
03/05/2021

The Administration for Children and Families - ACF MMNA Framework recognizes those who have gone missing or have been murdered through a remembrance shawl. To honor a loved one who has been victim to the crisis of Missing and Murdered Native Americans email [email protected] today. The name will be added to the 15-foot-long shawl, and will hang in commemoration in the ANA Office in Washington, D.C.

03/04/2021
Holistic Language Benefits

#ThrowbackThursday #TBT Did you miss out on our 2020 Native American Language summit this past Fall? Don’t worry, many of the virtual session are now available to watch online! Learn more about Holistic Language Benefits today and hear about the different U.S. Department of Education tools and resources available.

There are multiple benefits to being multilingual, multiliterate, and multicultural in today’s global society. Knowing more than one language from birth, acq...

ANA funding has helped many American Indian/Alaska Native and Pacific Islander communities and organizations receive gra...
03/03/2021

ANA funding has helped many American Indian/Alaska Native and Pacific Islander communities and organizations receive grant funding to improve the social and economic conditions for the people they serve. To do this, ANA needs a team of peer panel reviewers who objectively analyze and score eligible applications. Be a part of the process of funding the next ANA grantees by serving as a panel reviewer! https://buff.ly/3qeI8Sf

Alaska Region T/TA Center
03/03/2021

Alaska Region T/TA Center

The faces of your Alaska Region TTA Team, here to help the Administration for Native Americans - ANA vision to see Native communities thrive!
Learn more at www.anaalaska.org

#ana #alaska #alaskanative #leadership #nativeamerican #grantwriting

National Indigenous Women's Resource Center
03/03/2021

National Indigenous Women's Resource Center

Have you registered yet? ➡️ NIWRC's March 17th webinar: Traumatic Brain Injury and Domestic Violence: What are the Connections?

This webinar addresses the intersection of domestic violence traumatic brain injury (TBI), advocate strategies, and trauma-informed approaches. Register here: https://bit.ly/3jb4VMF

Administration for Children and Families - ACF
03/01/2021

Administration for Children and Families - ACF

Happy Social Work Month to all the dedicated social workers who continue to make a positive impact on the lives of America's children, families, and communities at the center of our mission. We know it's hard work, especially now, and appreciate all you do! #SocialWorkMonth

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
02/25/2021

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

For American Heart Month, we’re joining the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) and The Heart Truth to spread the word that reducing the risks of heart disease should be part of your self-care routine. #OurHearts are healthier together. Visit https://go.usa.gov/xsbR4 for more details.

Are you looking to honor a loved one victim to the crisis of Missing and Murdered Native Americans? Administration for C...
02/25/2021

Are you looking to honor a loved one victim to the crisis of Missing and Murdered Native Americans? Administration for Children and Families - ACF MMNA Framework recognizes those who have gone missing or have been murdered through a remembrance shawl. The 15-foot-long shawl is inscribed with the names of those lost, and will hang in commemoration in the ANA Office in Washington, D.C. To add a name to the shawl please email [email protected]

02/24/2021
Center for Native American Youth

The Center for Native American Youth Celebrate Black and Indigenous Excellence Tele-Native Youth webinar for Black History month highlighted the intersectionality of Black and Indigenous communities. ANA Staff joined together to further discuss the webinar and the work we can do to uplift our diverse AI/AN, Pacific Islanders. Happy Black History Month!

Tele-Native Youth Webinar Honoring Black History Month: Celebrating Black & Indigenous Excellence. We will be joined by former Miss Native American Autumn Rose Williams and Owner and CEO of Wopila Consulting Lilian Sparks Robinson. The discussion will be moderated by CNAY Youth Advisory Board Vice Chair Anthony Tamaz-Pochel

Looking at the Missing and Murdered Native American crisis from a public health approach is one of many ways to combat t...
02/23/2021

Looking at the Missing and Murdered Native American crisis from a public health approach is one of many ways to combat the crisis. Administration for Children and Families - ACF created a MMNA Framework to better address the ways we can support Native American Communities and populations in the fight against MMNA. Utilize the framework today! https://buff.ly/3eJiWiy

Head Start is hosting a Dual Language Learner Celebration week! Wednesday, February 23rd they will have a webinar focuse...
02/23/2021

Head Start is hosting a Dual Language Learner Celebration week! Wednesday, February 23rd they will have a webinar focused on Indigenous Languages. Visit their Event page today to participate in the webinar and learn more about the full week of events! https://buff.ly/2ZLRQjX

Native Law Enforcement Join the “Operation Honoring and Supporting Our Modern Day Protectors” webinar, tomorrow at 2pm E...
02/22/2021

Native Law Enforcement Join the “Operation Honoring and Supporting Our Modern Day Protectors” webinar, tomorrow at 2pm EST focused on tools and techniques to help prioritize mental health! Tuesday’s webinar is all about understanding the red road approach. Register today! https://buff.ly/35zc4kC

Happy International Mother Language Day! Indigenous languages are near and dear to our hearts because it connects to our...
02/20/2021

Happy International Mother Language Day! Indigenous languages are near and dear to our hearts because it connects to our culture, oral teachings, and traditional songs. ANA works to help Native communities revitalizing and maintaining their languages with a selection of grants. Visit our Funding Opportunity Announcement page to view some of our grant options today! https://buff.ly/2QSxHSC

The Office of Head Start  is hosting a weeklong of events next week focused on celebrating and honoring Dual Language le...
02/19/2021

The Office of Head Start is hosting a weeklong of events next week focused on celebrating and honoring Dual Language learners! On Wednesday, February 24th, they’ll focus on Indigenous Ingenuity and highlight Indigenous languages! Visit the event page today to see the full week of events. https://buff.ly/2M5vHKw

The Administration for Native Americans wants to help you honors a loved one! The Administration for Children and Famili...
02/18/2021

The Administration for Native Americans wants to help you honors a loved one! The Administration for Children and Families - ACF MMNA Framework recognizes those who have gone missing or have been murdered through a remembrance shawl. The 15-foot-long shawl is inscribed with the names of those lost, and will hang in commemoration in the ANA office in Washington, D.C. To add a name to the shawl please email [email protected]

02/17/2021
View Opportunity | GRANTS.GOV

The Administration for Children, Youth, and Families – Children’s Bureau (ACYF/CB) is offering a funding opportunity that awards grants to support community-based efforts in tribal and migrant communities that prevent child maltreatment and strengthen and support families. Grant applications are open until April 20th. Apply today!

Head Start
02/17/2021

Head Start

In a world where you can be anything, be kind.

Happy Random Acts of Kindness Day! Head Start programs provide children with safe and nurturing settings to grow up healthy and happy.

Learn more: https://buff.ly/3tNnbRn

To end the crisis of Missing and Murdered Native Americans it’s important to have the culture, traditions, and way of li...
02/16/2021

To end the crisis of Missing and Murdered Native Americans it’s important to have the culture, traditions, and way of life of the different Native Communities honored and respected. The Administration for Children and Families - ACF recognizes that importance in all aspect of the work done on the MMNA Framework. Read the Framework today to learn how your community can be supported in ending the crisis of MMNA. https://buff.ly/3eJiWiy

National Indigenous Women's Resource Center
02/16/2021
National Indigenous Women's Resource Center

National Indigenous Women's Resource Center

Looking for resources for Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month? Check out our Native #TDVAM Social Media Guide for shareable graphics, activities, messages, and resources to share! http://bit.ly/3oFghtz

#NativeLoveIs #TDVAM2021

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In January 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson declared the War on Poverty, a collection of ideals that ultimately laid the foundation for ANA. President Johnson made a call to action, asking communities to prepare “long-range plans for the attack on poverty.” Eight months later, the Economic Opportunity Act was signed into law, and shortly thereafter the Office of Economic Opportunity (OEO) began awarding grants.

Early in the 1970s, the Office of Economic Opportunity was terminated, but many of its War on Poverty concepts became the basis for ANA. Established in 1974 through the Native American Programs Act (NAPA), this new agency also embraced the goal of Native American self-determination, first endorsed by President Johnson in 1968 and later by President Richard Nixon. ANA serves all Native American populations, including federally recognized tribes, American Indian and Alaska Native organizations, Native Hawaiian organizations and Native populations throughout the Pacific Basin (including American Samoa, Guam, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands).

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Applications for the University of Washington Online MPH Program are now OPEN! Reminder: Applicants are eligible for an $85 application fee waiver when you attend an info session! Register for our next info session on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021, here: https://www.onlinemph.uw.edu/event/?sfid=701f4000000TItZAAW This program is designed specifically for working professionals. The primarily online format gives you the flexibility to do your coursework largely on your own schedule and at your own location. This program will provide you with the skills needed to excel in your career by building a solid foundation in leadership, management, population health, data analysis, evidence-based research, health policy, and program evaluation. For more information and to apply, head to: https://www.onlinemph.uw.edu/ Questions? Reach out to our friendly staff ([email protected]; 206-685-4506) - we would be glad to chat!
Thank you to ANA for your support of our Veterans and Trickster to host the 6th annual National Gathering of American Indian Veterans both LIVE and online to over 3400 viewers! Here are the pictures from the LIVE event part, and the recording of the entire event is coming soon, which included Commissioner Jeannie Hovland as the keynote for us!
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Thank you to so many lead by Gina Roxas our ANA program director of Trickster in Illinois for the Native veterans program. thanks too: Schaumburg/Hoffman estates rortary club for supporting the kick off of this program then joining in Pepsico Rise Kenneth Young center meals on wheels Coalition for postive Development and recorvery suport program. A new grant to start next week, masks from serveral community member Karen, Tracy, and more coming to some of our healthy veterans helping regularly like Angel and his sons. There are so many more including online donations to purchase additional items. Last run one bag each. This run looks like 2 large bags. Wow Tomorrow is packing and delivery. 10 am. https://www.facebook.com/Joeptrickstergallery/videos/10158432781691942/?t=44
Thank you to ANA and an amazing team to support Native Veterans to share their voices. Each documentary in this series has won several awards and one Emmy nominated! I hope you enjoy viewing this series of documentaries from the National Gathering of American Indian Veterans. All FREE to watch and learn. Shared and created by Trickster Cultural Center. All have aired on PBS and locally WTTW.
To our women veterans - Thank you for your service and here is a special exhibit just for you! If you would like to submit and we are not yet cleared for public (we hope we are!) then we are going to make this a virtual online opening showing off all the art with a story provided by each artist. Please look at the deadlines for submission. Trickster is a 10,000 sq ft Native Art Facility, so this space is for you!
Limited availability but we have been able to fill orders for government and healthcare facilities. Call us now at (800) 777-0333 to buy our products or email us at [email protected] #mask #n95 #medicalsupplies #medicalequipment #medicalproducts
On Oct 21, 2019 Deputy Assistant Secretary for Native American Affairs Commissioner of the Administration for Native Americans Jeannie Hovland, Pedro Moreno Advisor to the Assistant Secretary, Administration for Children and Families and Anthony Caole, CEO of Three Star Enterprises, LLC visited the Ya Ne Dah Ah School in Chickaloon, Alaska.
On Oct 21, 2019 Deputy Assistant Secretary for Native American Affairs Commissioner of the Administration for Native Americans Jeannie Hovland, Pedro Moreno Advisor to the Assistant Secretary, Administration for Children and Families and Anthony Caole, CEO of Three Star Enterprises, LLC visited the Ya Ne Dah Ah School.
Administration for Native Americans - ANA