Our Programs

American Indian College Access Program (AICAP):
Provide scholarships, mentoring and individualized assistance to help American Indian students prepare for and succeed in college. We have awarded more than $2.1 million in college scholarships and wraparound services to American Indian students.

Keeping Curiosity and Hopes Alive for Children Ages 0-5 (KeepCHA):
KeepCHA provides education, resources, and fun activities which support child development and the health and wellbeing of American Indian families, honoring children as sacred members of our communities.

Housing Relocation Program:
Over the past 30 years we have coordinated the relocation of more than 1,200 military surplus homes to Indian families on 15 Indian reservations across the country.

Infrastructure Support Program: 
Working with the United States military branches we have constructed over 950 miles of roads; drilled dozens of water wells; installed miles of new sewer, water, and utility lines; constructed culverts and bridges; built 30 homes, a fire station, a community events building; coordinated a dam restoration project just to name a few efforts on Indian reservations.

Healthcare Support Program:
Partner with U.S. Military branched to coordinate the delivery of health care services provided by military doctors, dentists, nurses at Indian clinics to over 145,000 American Indians.

Humanitarian Aid & Holiday Gift Program:
Working with non-profits, Native American Toys-for-Tots, volunteers, and private businesses we have distributed hundreds of thousands of school supplies, clothing, hygiene products, blankets; and over 40,000 new toys and gifts to American Indian children and families each year.

OneSight Partnership Program: 
For more than 20 years, we have partnered with OneSight to coordinate free comprehensive eye exams and glasses, to over 40,000 American Indian people residing on 33 Indian reservation and off-reservation locations.

Workforce Development & Training Program: 
The program provides American Indian job seekers residing in Orange County access to employment training, support services, and the education necessary to succeed in today’s competitive job market. The program strives to provide a long-term career path to low income, unemployed, and under-employed American Indians.

CSBG Program:
Provides emergency and supportive services to low-income Native American, Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian individuals and families that reside in Orange County.

Status of Native People During the Covid-19 Pandemic

We are continuing to respond to the impact of COVID-19 around the world. See our status of Native People During the Covid-19 Pandemic.