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American Indian Disability Technical Assistance Center focuses on providing training and technical assistance to Community Work Incentive Coordinators (CWICs) who work with Native American SSA beneficiaries with disabilities. CWICs that have access to training and technical assistance concerning American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian cultural issues, customs, and benefits will be better prepared to interact with Native Americans on the various issues related to SSA benefits available for individuals with disabilities.
Montana Tribes and Urban Resource Directory - This directory was developed as a guide for the New Path New Life re-entry program. All information in this directory was obtained from specific tribes and urban organization websites.
Native American Jobs Program provides employment for people of any ethnic background at our online employment website.
North American Indian Alliance is a non-profit organization serving Native American clients in the areas of chemical dependency, mental health, employment-related counseling, youth enrichment programs and general health.
Indian Family Health Clinic - Provide medical care to low-income individuals with tribal affiliations.
The American Indian Disability Technical Assistance Center - Located at the Rural Institute of the University of Montana. University of Montana, 52 Corbin Hall. A national program that provides training and technical assistance to increase culturally relevant community living, outreach and employment-related services for American Indians and Alaska Natives with disabilities. Under the center’s current grants, groups that request and receive information, training and technical assistance include Community Work Incentives Coordinators funded by the Social Security Administration, and Protection and Advocacy staff funded by the Department of Health and Human Services.
Missoula Indian Center supports and strengthens the culture of urban Native Americans by promoting and fostering health, education and economic self sufficiency. In doing this we enhance the physical, mental, spiritual and emotional well being of Native Americans.