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Education Resources

Local (Bay Area) Resources

The American Indian Child Resource Center is a non-profit social services and educational community-based organization serving American Indian community members from across the greater Oakland/San Francisco Bay Area and surrounding counties. 

Address: 522 Grand Ave, Oakland, CA 94610

Phone: (510) 208-1870


Our vision is to create and provide a dynamic place of learning, cultural preservation, and community for the citizens of the Bay Area to learn about American Indian heritage and culture, and to generate a sense of understanding about American Indians in the urban environment

Address: 1455 Market Street San Francisco, CA 94102

Phone: (415) 651-2736


Founded on March 31st, 2020, the American Indian Cultural District (AICD) is the first established Cultural District of its size in the United States dedicated to recognizing, honoring, and celebrating the American Indian legacy, culture, people, and contributions.

Address: American Indian Cultural District, Fort Mason Center 2 Marina Blvd. Building D, Suite 230 San Francisco, CA 94123


Established in 2021, Our Vision is to create a community of wellness and resilience while reclaiming and preserving cultural and spiritual traditions. We are striving to raise awareness of issues impacting our Native community while providing a safe and healthy environment. Native CORE’s Mission is to educate our community in increasing health and wellness while implementing Native American Culture and Traditions. Culture provides healing and wellness to the body, mind, and spirit creating pathways to prevention.

Address: 1351 W. Oak St Suite 7 & 8 Stockton, CA, 95203, US

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The American Indian Film Institute (AIFI) is a non-profit media arts organization founded in 1979 to foster understanding of the culture, traditions and issues of contemporary Native Americans.


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National Resources

NAISA is the largest scholarly organization that engages Indigenous issues and communities. Our international and interdisciplinary membership is comprised of professional academics, students, independent scholars, community-based educators and elders.


NDN Collective is an Indigenous-led organization dedicated to building Indigenous power. Through organizing, activism, philanthropy, grantmaking, capacity-building and narrative change, we are creating sustainable solutions on Indigenous terms.

Address: 408 Knollwood Dr Rapid City, SD 57701

Phone: (605) 791-3999


The Center for Native American Youth believes all Native American youth should lead full and healthy lives, have equal access to opportunity, and draw strength from their culture and one another. As a policy program of the Aspen Institute founded by former US Senator Byron Dorgan (ret.), we work to improve the health, safety, and overall well-being of Native American youth. We do this through youth recognition, inspiration and leadership; research, advocacy, and policy change; serving as a national resource exchange; and by building a Native-youth driven narrative.

Address: 2300 N Street NW, Suite 700 Washington, DC 20037-1122

Phone: (202) 736-2905



SCAIR’s mission is to provide career, educational, cultural, mental health and supportive services to Native Americans/ Alaska Natives/ Hawaiian Natives and their families, throughout San Diego County.

Address: 239 E. Main Street | El Cajon, CA 92020

Phone: 888.21.SCAIR

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First Peoples Fund is a Native-led non-profit that provides direct funding, resources, and professional development to Native American, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native artists, culture bearers, and Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI).


Phone: (605) 348-0324



The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is a national nonprofit organization focused on substantially increasing the representation of Indigenous peoples of North America and the Pacific Islands in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) studies and careers.

Address: 6321 Riverside Plaza Lane NW, Unit A Albuquerque, NM 87120

Phone: (505) 765-1052



The Paths (Re)Membered Project centers the Two Spirit and LGBTQ+ community–its strengths, resiliencies, and histories—in our movement toward health equity. Link provides Two Spirit/Indigequeer educational resources.

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