Bullet Census of 2010

Census 2010 Information from the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (Word)

Bullet Culture

First Nations/Inuit Health Board
A Canadian site with a large database of research articles and statistics on Canadian First Nations People.

National Museum of the American Indian

Links to Tribal Web pages


American College Testing Program
College entry information includes colleges, college applications, financial aid and registration for the ACT college entrance exam.

Association of American Medical Colleges
The AAMC represents the 125 accredited M.D.-granting Medical Schools. There is information about careers in medicine, links to US Medical schools and a link to admissions requirements to aid college course planning.

The College Board
The College Board site includes sections for students, parents and educators. Register here for the PSAT and ACT.

National Indian Education Association

Petersons Guide to Education Resources
This site inclues college, scholarship, and entry test sections for undergraduate and graduate programs.

The Princeton Review
The Princeton review provides information on colleges, business, law, medical, and graduate schools. The site includes admissions exam information, scholarship and internship information.

Student Universe
Student Universe is an online travel service that enables students to travel for less.  (Advisary Note: this site is commercial – it charges for services. One Sky Center is not responsible for charges you incurr through this site.) Services include air, rail, hostels and study/internship opportunities. Only college students and faculty are eligible for membership.  

ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools
The ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools has created a new website to assist individuals and organizations engaged in research and development to improve education for American Indian and Alaska Native children and adults.


US National Archives & Records Association

BulletGeneral Information – Tribal Governments and Native Americans

First Nations/Inuit Health Board
A Canadian site with a large database of research articles and statistics on Canadian First Nations People.

National Congress of American Indians

The National Indian Child Welfare Association

United Indians of All Tribes Foundation

Cultural Practices in American Indian Prevention Programs

The National Indian Health Board

Governor’s office of Indian Affairs, Washington State

Bullet Health

A Quiet Crisis: Federal Funding and Unmet Needs In Indian Country (pdf)

Broken Promises: Evaluating the Native American Health Care System (pdf)

Paddling Toward Shore: Stemming the Native Healthcare Crisis (pdf)

NPAIHB and ATNI Recommendations on Health Care Reform 2009

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium: Behavioral Health Aide Program

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Studies Department (U of South Dakota)

Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute at the University of Washington

Aberdeen Area Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board

Go Ask Alice
Q & A health care site at Columbia University – designed for students

IHS Community Suicide Prevention Website 

Indian Health Service Behavioral Health Page

Indian Health Service

Indigenous Wellness Research Institute
Located at the University of Washington

InterTribal Council of Arizona Health Programs

Kauffman and Associates, Inc.

National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors  

National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors

National Council on Urban Indian Health

National Institute of Health

National Library of Medicine – American Indian Health

National Native American AIDS Prevention Center

Native Wellness Institute: Bringing Native Programs to Native People

Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board Epidemiology Center

SAMHSA Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Center for Excellence   

SAMHSA’s Prevention Platform

Suicide Prevention Resource Center

United South and Eastern Tribes (USET) Epidemiological Center

Bullet Law Enforcement/Justice

National American Indian Court Judges Association

National Native American Law Enforcement Association

U.S. Department of Justice


Meth Awareness Campaign for Indian Country: Meth Focus Group Analysis (pdf)

National Indian Country Meth Initiative

NCAI Tribal Meth Toolkit

NCAI Meth Fact Sheet
Methamphetamines in Indian Country: an American Problem Uniquely Affecting Indian Country

National Methamphetamine Threat Assessment 2008

Indian Country Drug Threat Assessment 2008

The Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board

Montana meth project

IHS meth initiative

IHS Publications

Office of National Drug Control Policy

Report on Methamphetamine and Child Abuse
Methamphetamine and Child Abuse in Native America

National Institute on Drug Abuse Report
Methamphetamines Abuse and Addiction

Bureau of Indian Affairs Law Enforcement Services
National Methamphetamine Initiative Survey

Bullet News Links
An Internet Resource providing quality news, information, and entertainment from a Native American perspective

Indian Country Today
A leading American Indian News Source

Independent Indian News

Links to various online newspapers
Native Web resource

Native America Calling – The National Electronic Talking Circle

American Indian Radio On Satellite – links to stations that carry Indian programming

North American Indian Radio Online! – First Nations owned radio and radio programming

Native Web- A great general news resource for Native Americans.

Native American Journalists Association


Bullet Policy

Native Nations Institute at the University of Arizona Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy

BulletProfessional Organizations

Association of American Indian Physicians

Indigenous Physicians Associations of Canada

American Indian Science & Engineering Society

Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science

National Alaska Native/American Indian Nurses Association

Bullet Reference

Rural Information Center: Native American Resources

The Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development

The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry developed Facts for Families, which provides concise and up-to-date information on issues that affect children, teenagers, and their families.

US Census Bureau – a multitude of maps, links, and data for AI/AN

National Center for Health Statistics for AI/AN population

Tufts University Child and Family WebGuide
Includes a link to research and news sites that include shild development articles that report the latest findings.

American Indian Health: A National Library Of Medicine Website
The National Library of Medicine, a part of the National Institutes of Health, hosts a Website to address the health concerns of the 4 million Americans who claim American Indian or Alaska Native Ancestry.
The site, "American Indian Health," is at

American Indian Health brings together pertinent health and medical resources, including consumer health information, the results of research, traditional healing resources, and links to other Web sites. Much of the information has been assembled from other National Library of Medicine resources such as PubMed and MedlinePlus.

Because special populations have different health needs, the Library created several specialized sites, for example, for Asian Americans, those living in the Arctic and far north, senior citizens, and Spanish-speaking Americans. These are all available from

Alcohol Cost Calculator
A useful tool to calculate the economic impacts of Alcohol Abuse on businesses and communities.

National Association of Suicidology
This site includes links to other resources, including reference sections at: and .  

There is also a list of Fact Sheets at

Indian Health Service’s (IHS) Community Suicide Prevention Website

DHHS Alcohol & Drug Databases

Bullet Substance Abuse

Addiction Technology Transfer Network
One Sky Center works closely with the ATTC and Center for the Application of Prevention Technologies (CAPT) networks:

The Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) Network is dedicated to identifying and advancing opportunities for improving addiction treatment. The Network is funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to upgrade the skills of existing practitioners and other health professionals and to disseminate the latest science to the treatment community. At the regional level, individual Centers focus primarily on meeting the unique needs in their areas while also supporting national initiatives. The National Office leads the Network in implementing national initiatives and concurrently supports and promotes individual regional efforts.

National CAPT Network
The National CAPT Network consists of five regional CAPTs, all funded by the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) and dedicated to bringing substance abuse prevention research to practice. Each CAPT serves primarily the states within its own region, with special priority on those states receiving a State Incentive Grant (SIG). The process of transferring proven research to daily application involves taking knowledge and packaging it into practical, user-friendly formats, and facilitating its adoption in the field.

SAMHSA’s new online resource for substance abuse prevention with tools for Assessment, Capacity, Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation.

NDNS4 Wellness
NDNS4Wellness provide technical assistance and training for substance abuse prevention, adolescent treatment, family strengthening and community mobilization.  They also provide residential treatment for Native youth, outpatient and continuuing (recovery) care for youth and families.  Their prevention program is housed within 5 school sites in Phoenix.

NCADI: SAMHSA’s National clearinghouse on Alcohol and Drug Information. Includes articles on alcohol, drug, and gambling addiction. There are also web links to prevention/treatment organizations and information on suicide, violence, healing practices, fetal alcohol syndrome, etc…

National American Indian Housing Association – Fighting Methamphetamine

National Congress of American Indians Methamphetaine Project

Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board Meth Initiative

BulletTraining and Technical Assistance

Administration for Native Americans

American Indian Health Policy & Management LLC

The Instititute for Tribal Government at Portland State University

BulletTribal Leadership

National Congress of American Indians

The Institute for Tribal Government at Portland State University

BulletTribal Organizations

Alaska Federation of Natives

Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians

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