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Tribal Law and Policy Institute launched Indian Country COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Resources Page

The Tribal Law and Policy Institute (TLPI) has launched an Indian Country COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Resources Page with links to information and resources concerning relevant tribal, federal, and state issues, initiatives, and resources for effectively addressing the COVID-19 pandemic in American Indian and Alaska Native communities. This site is designed as a clearinghouse of relevant resources across a broad range of topic areas in pursuit of TLPI’s vision to empower Native communities to create and control their own institutions for the benefit of all community members, now, and for future generations.

The Tribal Law and Policy Institute would like to thank all of the organizations and agencies who have developed and compiled the resource information included on these web pages which are grouped by the following topic areas:

  • National Native Organizations: Quick reference to national American Indian/Alaska Native organizations that have created COVID-19 specific resource pages.

  • Tribal Governments: Resources for Tribal Governments from sources including Turtle Talk, American Indian Health Commission, and National Congress of American Indians.

  • Federal and State Governments: Tribal specific resources developed through tribal-state collaboration efforts and federal resources available through

  • Congressional COVID-19 Funding: Indian Country funding needs, tribal provisions in Congressional COVID-19 funding, and efforts to effectively implement these tribal provisions.

  • Indian Country News Stories: News Stories concerning COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Indian Country.

  • Courts, Court Staff and the Legal Community: Legal resources and resources concerning tribal, state, and federal courts.

  • Healing to Wellness Courts: Innovative practice modifications and other resources for Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts.

  • Law Enforcement & Corrections: Resources for Tribal Law Enforcement and Corrections from sources including the Center for Disease Control, American Indian Health Commission, International Association of Chiefs of Police, and the COPS Office.

  • Health and Human Services: Health and Human Service resources for protecting American Indian and Alaska Native children and supporting Native families.

  • Tribal Youth: Resources to support American Indian and Alaska Native youth and programs from the Tribal Youth Resource Center

  • Victims of Crime including Violence against Women: Resources to support victims of crime in Indian Country including victims/survivors of violence against women.

  • Behavioral Health:Behavioral health resources including resources from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).

  • Healthcare: Healthcare resources from sources including the Indian Health Service, Center for Disease Control, and National Indian Health Board.

  • Community & Self-Care: Resources for Indigenous ways of healing and self-care for self and community.

  • Strategies & Tools for Remote Work: Resources that focus on tools and strategies for remote work and online communication, collaboration and training.

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