- Intellectual House: A facility on the UW Seattle campus that offers learning opportunities and gathering space for American Indian and Alaska Native students, faculty and staff.
- Indigenous Wellness Research Institute: IWRI brings together community, tribal, academic and government resources to develop innovative, culture-centered and interdisciplinary social and behavioral research and education.
WA State Resources
- DCYF Indian Child Welfare: Visit the Washington State Department of Children, Youth and Families Office of Tribal Relations website.
- ICW Policies and Procedures: Visit this link to view ICW Policies and Procedures from DCYF.
- DSHS Office of Indian Policy: An overview of OIP's role in Indian child welfare.
- Governor's Office of Indian Affairs: A helpful collection of resources and links about Indian affairs in the state of Washington.
- Washington State Legislation on ICW: The complete text of the Indian Child Welfare Act.
- Indigenous Children, Youth, and Families Conference: View recordings of conference sessions on topics including early learning, child welfare, ICWA and more.
- Federally Recongized Tribes: A website created by WIGWA that shares some history of the Federally Recognized Tribes of Washington State.
- Guidelines for Implementing ICWA: Read more about ICWA on the BIA website to see current events and news
- National Indian Child Welfare Association: NICWA is a comprehensive source of information on American Indian child welfare and the only national American Indian organization focused specifically on the tribal capacity to prevent child abuse and neglect.