10/14/2020

Da’luk Administrative Assistant

Northern California Indian Development Council is excited to announce a new Youth Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Prevention program for 7th to 9th grade Native American youth funded by a grant from the Sierra Health Foundation. We are recruiting for an Administrative Assistant I in Eureka, CA.

 

Interested applicants who have a dependable and reliable work history and wish to be included in the application pool should submit a resume, cover letter and NCIDC job application.

 

Native American Preference Applies per EEOC Policy Statement 915.027 on Indian Preference under Title VII.

 

A full job description, application and more can be seen at www.ncidc.org

 

Closing Date: November 6, 2020

 

Applicants should send their resume, cover letter and application to:

NCIDC, Inc.

241 F Street

Eureka, CA 95501

Attention: Lillian Strong, Operations Director/HR

 

Phone: 707-445-8451

e-mail: l.strong@ncidc.org

 

For more information, click here.
 


 

Calling All 7th–9th Graders!!
Want to meet other Tribal youth in Humboldt County?
Check out the Da’luk Youth Program and the Weekly Groups.

We may be starting out virtually, but we should be meeting in-person together (in the future). There will be food, supplies and other give-aways for your participation.

Fun, laughter, being active together is what you can expect from the Da’luk Program and groups. Local, traditional, ceremonial, knowledge bearers will speak with us and share.

We will learn about creating messaging on social media platforms. What we create and post??? That is up to you.

So, try It… take a healthy risk, complete the online intake form with your parent(s)/guardian(s) and come be a part of this group of Tribal youth across Humboldt County!!

Da'luk Youth Group
(for 7th–9th grades)
New Tribal Youth Group
Youth Leadership, Advocacy,
Centered Around
Culture and Wellness

Online Groups start
September 30, 4:00 p.m.

Please take our intake survey:
https://dalukncidc.questionpro.com/

For more information, contact:

Vincent Feliz
Da'luk Social Worker
vincentf@ncidc.org

Madison Flynn
NCIDC Assistant Director
mflynn@ncidc.org

(707) 445-8451

More info here

10/9/2020

Training for parents with children struggling with Distance Learning or tech access needs

During the COVID-19 public health emergency, many families are struggling with distance learning and technology access. If you are worried that your child needs more help or support, especially if your child receives special education or other services that are not being provided effectively during distance learning, come learn what your rights are and how to advocate effectively for your child.

Da'luk Youth Program

Calling All 7th-–9th Graders!!

Want to meet other Tribal youth in Humboldt County?

Check out the Da’luk Youth Program and the Weekly Groups.

 

We may be starting out virtually, but we should be meeting in-person together (in the future). There will be food, supplies and other give-aways for your participation.

 

Fun, laughter, being active together is what you can expect from the Da’luk Program and groups.  Local, traditional, ceremonial, knowledge bearers will speak with us and share.

 

We will learn about creating messaging on social media platforms. What we create and post??? That is up to you.

 

So, try It… take a healthy risk, complete the online intake form with your parent(s)/guardian(s) and come be a part of this group of Tribal youth across Humboldt County!!

Da'luk Youth Group
(for 7th–9th grades)
New Tribal Youth Group
Youth Leadership,
Advocacy,
Centered Around
Culture and Wellness

Online Groups start
September 30, 4:00 p.m.

Please take our intake survey:
https://dalukncidc.questionpro.com/

For more information, contact:

Vincent Feliz
Da'luk Social Worker
vincentf@ncidc.org

Madison Flynn
NCIDC Assistant Director
mflynn@ncidc.org

(707) 445-8451

More info here

9/14/2020

Relief Funds for Evacuees from Fires

 

Emergency Evacuation Funds

 

The NCIDC has emergency funds for American Indian and other Native families impacted by mandatory evacuation orders due to the Slater fire in the Happy Camp area as well as mandatory evacuation orders for fires in other areas of Humboldt, Del Norte, Siskiyou, and Trinity counties. 

 

Please call our office at (707) 445-8451, 

or toll free at (800) 566-2381 

 

We will direct you to the closest office for services.

 

Thank you to the Seventh Generation Fund and Humboldt Area Foundation for providing the emergency grants to make these funds available to Evacuees.

 

9/11/2020

NCIDC Council Meeting Agenda—September 2020

Monthly meetings of the Council (Board of Directors) of the Northern California Indian Development Council, Inc. (NCIDC) occur on the second Friday of each month in the Council Chambers at the NCIDC Eureka, California office located at 241 F Street starting at 1:00 pm. The public is welcome. During the pandemic shelter-in-place, our meeting will be held online. Support requests and other agenda items must be submitted at least one week in advance of the meeting.

More info

8/14/2020

NCIDC Council Meeting Agenda—August 2020

Monthly meetings of the Council (Board of Directors) of the Northern California Indian Development Council, Inc. (NCIDC) occur on the second Friday of each month in the Council Chambers at the NCIDC Eureka, California office located at 241 F Street starting at 1:00 pm. The public is welcome. During the pandemic shelter-in-place, our meeting will be held online. Support requests and other agenda items must be submitted at least one week in advance of the meeting.

More info

8/4/2020

Public Hearing—NCIDC 2020/21 LIHEAP Program Plan

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

Notice of Public Hearing for the
Fiscal Year 2020/2021
NCIDC LIHEAP Program Plan
(Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program)

Friday, August 14th@ 1:00 pm

Located at 241 F Street, Eureka, CA 95501

The primary change in this year’s LIHEAP Local Plan is an update of the LIHEAP benefit matrix to the latest State Median Income index, and an increase in the benefit amount per household per year.  The revised benefit matrix is posted at ncidc.org along with this public notice.

Comments may be submitted in writing by mail to 241 F Street, Eureka, CA 95501, or made in person by attending the public meeting at the same address.  Comments will also be accepted via email at info@ncidc.org

In compliance with the American with Disabilities Act, if you need special assistance to participate in this meeting, please contact Cheyanne Souza at (707) 445-8451. Advance notification prior to the meeting will enable the NCIDC to make reasonable arrangements to assure accessibility to the meeting.

 

7/22/2020

Job Opening—Youth SUD Prevention Program Coordinator

Northern California Indian Development Council is excited to announce a new Youth Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Prevention program for 7th to 9th grade Native American youth funded by a grant from the Sierra Health Foundation. We are recruiting for a Youth SUDS Prevention Program Coordinator in Eureka, CA.

 

JOB OPENING:

Youth SUD Program Coordinator

Full-time Exempt—Eureka, CA

$60,000.00 per year

 

Click "MORE" below for job description, application and further job announcement details.

 

Please submit completed applications, resume and cover letter by August 14, 2020 to: 

Lillian Strong

241 F Street

Eureka, CA 95501

 

Native American Hiring Preference will be given to qualified American Indians per Policy Statement 915.027 on Indian Preference under Title VII

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