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Compassionate Veterinary Care
working on the Cheyenne River Sioux, Crow Creek, Pine Ridge and Rosebud Reservations
FMI: (573) 252-4494 and (816) 792-5532
Building a Healthy, Sustainable American Indian Community
Videos from the 2009 conference are available for your information and edification. Use them!
FMI: www.AmericanIndianSustainableConference.org
United Urban Indian Council, Inc.
4801 N. Classen Blvd
Suite 200
Oklahoma City, OK 73118
405-810-9202
Serving the American Indian/Alaska Native population. The United Urban Indian Council, formerly known as the American Indian Education, Training, and Employment Center, is a non-profit agency that has been serving the Native community of Oklahoma County, Oklahoma since 1974. We have provide GED classes, short-term job and educational training, and job search assistance to Native American youth and adults since 1974. They serve a larger number of Native Americans each year.
Their website is http://www.uuic.org.
National Indian Country Meth Initiative
NCAI is pleased to announce the completion of the national advertisement campaign against methamphetamine in Indian Country. NCAI is proud of the campaign’s positive, empowering message and looks forward to using the ads as a tool to fight meth in Indian communities.

National Advertisement Campaign
NCAI teamed up with the Partnership for a Drug Free America (PDFA) to create the first-ever anti-methamphetamine advertisement campaign for a Native American audience.

These advertisements are for distribution in your community and we encourage you to distribute widely. Please contact your tribal newspaper or local radio station to make sure they are aware of them.

This campaign was generously funded through a partnership with the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP). NCAI is thankful for the generous contributions from each of these agencies.

FMI: www.ncai.org
Native American Plant Cooperative
PO Box 36749, Albuquerque, NM 87176
505-266-0786   · jwinter@unm.edu
Native Seed/Search
866-622-5561  · www.nativeseeds.org
Seeds of Change - heirloom varieties
800-762-7333 · www.seedsofchange.com
FREE EXERCISE VIDEOS FOR INDIAN COUNTRY:
Rez Robics and Rez Robics for Couch Potato Skins
Dreamcathers, Inc.
dreamcatchers.org
Brave New Foundation
Open Door Training Program!

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