8/13/2019

All Children Can Learn: Education Advocacy for Children with Disabilities

Join the Yurok Tribal Education Department, Hoopa Tribal Education Department, True North Organizing Network,
NCIDC, The Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund (DREDF), Building Healthy Communities, and the ACLU of Northern California

All Children Can Learn: Education Advocacy for Children with Disabilities

  • The rights of children with disabilities, suspected disability, and their families and communities
  • Understand how evaluation and eligibility work and the services, supports, and accommodations available to students with disabilities
  • Overview of Laws that Protect Children with Disabilities in Education Settings (Privacy, Equal Access and Anti-discrimination, Special Education)
  • How parents, caretakers, teachers and others can advocate for childrens’ rights and participate effectively in the process

Tuesday, August 13 5:30–8 pm
CR-KTIS Student Commons, 21 Orchard St., Hoopa, CA 95546*

Wednesday, August 14 10 am–2 pm
NCIDC, 241 F St., Eureka, CA 95501

Wednesday, August 14 5:30–8 pm
Yurok Tribal Headquarters, 190 Klamath Blvd, Klamath, CA 95548 ***

Thursday, August 15 5:30–8 pm
Bess Maxwell Elementary School, 1124 El Dorado St, Crescent City, CA 95531 ***

* Family-friendly
*** Family-friendly, Childcare will be provided

Meals are provided at all trainings.

Please let us know if you need accommodations.
Contact tsimon@aclunc.org with any questions.

7/12/2019

NCIDC Council Meeting Agenda—July 2019

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 517 5th Street starting at 1:00 pm. The public is welcome. Support requests and other agenda items must be submitted at least one week in advance of the meeting.

More info

6/21/2019

NCIDC Council Meeting Agenda—June 2019

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 517 5th Street starting at 1:00 pm. The public is welcome. Support requests and other agenda items must be submitted at least one week in advance of the meeting.

More info

6/21/2019

NCIDC 2020 Community Action Plan Hearing

PUBLIC HEARING

For the Northern California Indian Development Council’s

Community Service Block Grant
Community Action Plan (CAP)

Friday ~ June 21, 2019

12:00 p.m.

241 F Street ~ Eureka, CA 95501

Copies of the plan will be available June 14, 2019 at all NCIDC offices

For more information please call (707) 445-8451

 

*Posted at each of the three NCIDC offices and on NCIDC’s Website: www.ncidc.org

Click here for a draft of the CAP

5/13/2019

PRESS RELEASES 2

NCIDC Community Needs Assessment Survey

We are asking you to complete this survey so we can better understand the needs of California Native American Communities. The information is used to target and fund services needed by low income Native people and communities.  Hearing your voice will assist us in making sure we are meeting real needs in your tribe and community. Some of the questions are personal and sensisitive, but all your answers are voluntary and anonymous.   The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete.

CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE SURVEY.

NCIDC is a nonprofit that provides services to 14,000 to 15,000 clients throughout California every year. NCIDC was established in 1976 to research, develop, and provide social and economic development programs to meet the needs of Native American Communities. NCIDC also helps develop programs in other organizations.

NCIDC has developed a statewide community service network. The network consists of NCIDC, California Tribes, and three subcontractors that deliver CSBG services to Indian people residing in the on- and off-reservation areas of the State. The Community Service Block Grant Subcontractors include California Indian Manpower Consortium, United Indian Nations, and Southern California American Indian Resource Center.  The information you provide will help to plan and develop services needed by the community.


~Your privacy is our number one concern.~
Your answers will only be seen by staff from the NCIDC Eureka office and our research partners at CCRP. No one will know who completed this questionnaire. Your answers won't influence any services you receive from NCIDC or our partner agencies.

The survey period ends on June 1st, 2019.

CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE SURVEY.


 

PUBLIC HEARING

For the Northern California Indian Development Council’s

Community Service Block Grant
Community Action Plan (CAP)

Friday ~ June 21, 2019

12:00 p.m.

241 F Street ~ Eureka, CA 95501

Copies of the plan will be available June 14, 2019 at all NCIDC offices

For more information please call (707) 445-8451

 

*Posted at each of the three NCIDC offices and on NCIDC’s Website: www.ncidc.org

6/5/2019

PRESS RELEASES:

PRESS RELEASE
Intertribal Gathering

 

Eureka, CA. May 10, 2019—The Northern California Indian Development Council announced today an end of an era and the beginning of a new age for the Intertribal Gathering and Elders Dinner. The NCIDC is planning to work to transform the event into support for smaller regional events.  The traditional Intertribal event that has been held in November in the past will not be held this year. Instead, the event that honored Native American Veterans and Elders will be given new life that focuses on self-determination for local tribes and tribal organizations. “It is not ending, it is evolving” stated Ruby Rollings, NCIDC Chairperson. The event has seen declining community financial support and increased operational costs over the last several years and is not sustainable under the old model of operation.

Instead of one Intertribal Gathering and Elders dinner, the Agency is developing an annual grant opportunity to fund local tribal events in Del Norte, Humboldt, Trinity and Siskiyou counties. 

For more info and a printable pdf of the Press Release, click here.


 

PRESS RELEASE

Etsy Craft Entrepreneurship

Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Humboldt County Office of Education Madrone Room
901 Myrtle Ave., Eureka, California

Part 1 Session:
12:30–3:30 p.m.
Part 2 Session:
3:30–6:00 p.m.

Cost: FREE

Calling all Native American Artists and Craftsmen

Earn extra income through your craft by selling on Etsy!
Join us to learn best practices for selling through the Etsy platform.

Ready to set up shop?
Stay for the afternoon session where our trainers will walk you through the process of setting up your Etsy store.

Taught by Creek and Cherokee Artists,
John and MaryBeth Timothy

For questions contact lynn@idrsinc.org

Register at ntv.bz/eurekaetsy

Sponsored by
Indian Dispute Resolution Sevices
Co-sponsored by:
• Northern California
Indian Development Council, Inc.
• Humboldt Area Foundation
• The Wiyot Tribe
• California Indian
Manpower Consortium, Inc.

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