By helping court-referred clients not end up in jail, ASAP provides high cost savings to tax payers. While the role of Indian Affairs has changed significantly in the last three decades in response to a greater emphasis on Indian self-governance and self-determination, Tribes still look to Indian Affairs for a broad spectrum of services.
Greatly reduces the profits for neighborhood drug dealers.
Nutrition education is offered to at-risk individuals from all walks of life — from low-income youth and families to seniors, from veterans to victims of abuse. The Indian Affairs offers an extensive scope of programs that covers the entire range of Federal, State and local government services.
Learn more Collaborative programs We believe in partnering with the community to positively impact health and social services, and work closely with several other nonprofit organizations to implement collaborative programs that address these issues.
The SILENT project provides support services and linkage to care to at risk underserved marginalized populations in the city of Atlanta. The project is designed to assist individuals out of sex trafficking and prostitution.
Utilities The United States has a unique legal and political relationship with Indian tribes and Alaska Native entities as provided by the Constitution of the United States, treaties, court decisions and Federal statutes.
Programs administered by either Tribes or Indian Affairs through the Bureau of Indian Education BIE include an education system consisting of schools and dormitories educating approximately 42, elementary and secondary students and 28 tribal colleges, universities, and post-secondary schools.