Native American Heritage Month – ICWA

During Native American Heritage Month, we hope you will join us in celebrating ICWA’s legacy of keeping Native children safe, healthy, and connected to their families, communities, and cultures by learning more about allyship, active efforts, and building effective tribal-state partnerships.

  1. How to Address Native American Issues as a Non-Native: A Resource for Allies
  2. Defining Active Efforts in the Indian Child Welfare Act
  3. Trauma Informed Practice with American Indian/Alaska Native Populations
  4. Reducing Disparities through Indigenous Social Work Education
  5. ICWA Guide for Tribal Governments and Leaders
  6. Native Land Territory Acknowledgement
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