Leslie deLong
Posted 9/11/2017
Referred by: Search Engine
Daisha Elizabeth Ramsdell
Posted 9/10/2017
Referred by: Search Engine

My name is Daisha Ramsdell, and I am excited and grateful to see all the amazing programs offered by NCIDC for the native people. I am part cherokee Indian from my grandpa on my moms side. Looking through the website ignited a curiosity to explore about the culture and heritage. Thank you again and God Bless.

Francell Armstrong
Posted 6/27/2017
Christian Ballew
Posted 5/28/2017
Organization or Business name: NCIDC

I am happy to find myself a member of an organization that has been involved in so many great things. Cheers!
- Christian

Arlene Martinez
Posted 3/20/2017
Tribal Affiliation: oneida
Referred by: Web Ring
Teresa Smith
Posted 2/9/2017
Referred by: Just Surfed In

Smith

Merrie Leesa Hammond
Posted 11/10/2016

I look forward to another fantastic Intertribal gathering of people of all kind. Thank you for putting this together 35 years and counting.

Robert and Judy Jones
Posted 10/18/2016
Referred by: Search Engine

Hello. Please contact me at the above address regarding the Intertribal Elders Gathering. Thank You!

Editor Response) The website guestbook is not the best way to contact us. Our contact information on the website includes our 800 number, please call with questions.

NCIDC
241 F Street, Eureka, California 95501
(707) 445-8451 (voice)
(707) 445-8479 (fax)
(800) 566-2381

J.J. Citizen
Posted 9/24/2016
Organization or Business name: Community Adviser, Ventura county Indian Ed. consortium
Tribal Affiliation: Yaqui nation

Would it be possible for Terry Coltra to contact me regarding date of October board mtg.

Editor Response) The website guestbook is not the appropriate forum for contacting staff.

The Agency contact info is listed on the website and is also repeated below. The NCIDC board meetings are on the Second Saturday of each month, at the Eureka office (with the exception of November), and the agenda is posted on the website the Wed. before each meeting.

NCIDC
241 F Street, Eureka, California 95501
(707) 445-8451 (voice)
(707) 445-8479 (fax)
(800) 566-2381

Katherine L Spray
Posted 8/27/2016
Tribal Affiliation: Pala Band Mission
Referred by: Just Surfed In

Looking for infomation on Health programs. Looking to see if I qualify, I am a 1/4 Pala.
Thank you

Webmaster Response: We cannot answer eligibility questions for other agencies, but the Indian Health Service clinic serving Pala is the Indian Health Council, Inc. (Valley Center, CA)

Link to more info: https://www.ihs.gov/california/index.cfm/health-programs/southern-california/indian-health-council-inc-valley-center/

June Womack
Posted 8/17/2016
Tribal Affiliation: Pit River
Referred by: Just Surfed In

checking out NCIDC :)

emeka Mbano
Posted 7/15/2016
Organization or Business name: business
Tribal Affiliation: ?
Referred by: Friend

I love the site

Lisa Hillman
Posted 7/6/2016
Organization or Business name: Karuk Tribe
Tribal Affiliation: Karuk Tribe

Ayukii - looking at your pictures :)

Alisha Miller
Posted 6/28/2016
Tribal Affiliation: Muscogee Creek Tribe Member
Referred by: Just Surfed In
David Sandino
Posted 6/17/2016
Organization or Business name: California Department of Water Resources

This is a very helpful website. I work on for the state and teach Tribal water and environment law.

suzann Feliz
Posted 3/2/2016
Organization or Business name: scotts valley band of pomo indians
Tribal Affiliation: scotts valley band of pomo indians
Referred by: Web Ring

Scotts Valley Band of Pomo would like to submitt the CBSG grant again. The grant has assist many of our members. I very much look forward to this funding every year. Thank you for your ongoing assistance.

terra ferguson
Posted 2/21/2016
Organization or Business name: 1970
Referred by: Friend
william harris
Posted 2/1/2016
Tribal Affiliation: muskegon creel
Referred by: started on the pge site then came to this one from liheap page

just checking things out,i'm used to oklahoma type places for natives but I haven't been there in awhile so I've been out of the loop,and outside of going to the dr's I don't know much about what kind of help or resources that come from being a native,i have my blood and tribal member cards but off native soil or excuse me native owned land I haven't found much use for them except to show my kids and others who don't have them.

<Editor Note: The NCIDC is an employment and training agency that can help Native people get training and education, find a job, as well as help with unexpected short term emergencies. In addition to our Eureka, CA location, we also operate a field office in Yreka, CA, and a combination field office and Indian Education site in Crescent City, CA. Some services require that you qualify as low-income, others do not. Services are available both California and out of state Native Americans with the proper documentation. Please call us for more information, 1-800-566-2381>

septi pratiwi
Posted 1/6/2016
Organization or Business name: kampus@st3telkom.ac.id
Referred by: Search Engine

hello Septi pratiwi introduce my name I come from Indonesia and I am a student. (URL edited out)

Pete Chester
Posted 1/5/2016
Referred by: Search Engine

liked the webpage, very intuitive and informative (URL removed)

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