Active Effort Resources

Active Efforts Resources Active efforts means affirmative, active, thorough, and timely efforts intended primarily to maintain or reunite an indian child with his or her family. Where an agency is involved in the child-custody proceeding, active efforts must involve...

Lifebooks

Lifebooks Resources All About Me Resources All About Me (Boy) All About Me (Girl) All About My Favorite Pets Baby Me Childhood & Milestones Everything About Me My Favorite Person My Story, My Words Why I Don’t Live at Home Resource Links National CASA Association...

Peacemaking

Peacemaking Resources Urban Native American Healing to Wellness Court The mission of the Urban Native American Healing to Wellness Court is to create an atmosphere of healing through best practices and traditional methods in pursuit of spiritual and physical recovery...

D is for Diversity

D is for Diversity Resources This toolkit is designed to give resources and tips to child welfare agencies, other government agencies and nonprofit organizations, so they can better serve all American Indian and Alaska Native grandfamilies regardless of child welfare...

ICWA

About Indian Child Welfare Act The Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) of 1978 is Federal law that governs the removal and out-of-home placement of American Indian children. The law was enacted after recognition by the Federal Government that American Indian children were...

Transition Planning

Transition Planning Resources Resources Interest Inventory Career Clusters Interest Survey High School To-Do Checklist High School Pathway Resource Links National CASA Association Crime Victims Reparations Commission  Corinne Wolfe Center for Child and Family Justice...