Currently, eighteen tribes and community-based organizations participate in NACTF. These sites have received telecommunications/IT equipment and technical assistance to improve their capacity to engage in and/or provide ICWA related distance learning, professional networking and client support services.
To view our NACTF Project Sites Click here.
The California Children’s Justice Act (CJA) Task Force to assess the needs of the Indian child welfare (ICWA) system in California. The report is finalized. To view report findings, please click here.
NACTF Guidance Webinars
Regional Hub SitesThree regional hub sites have been established under NACTF.Â Regional hubs receive IT equipment and software to provide remote training, web conferencing, a local classroom environment and workgroup meetings to accommodate and foster distance learning among tribes and service providers regionally.
- Tolowa Dee-ni' Nation (Smith River, CA)
- American Indian Child Resource CenterÂ (Oakland, CA)
Indian Health Council, Inc. (Valley Center, CA)
This project is supported with funding awarded by the federal Children's Justice Act, through the California Governor's Office of Emergency Services, with grant award CF15048670