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    Aging/Senior Services

    The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. Area Agency on Aging (ITCA-AAA) is the planning and service area for tribal communities served by ITCA.

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    AIRCH

    To encourage practical research to improve American Indian peoples' health status, increase the number of American Indian scientists and health professionals engaged in research.

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    Dental Support Center

    The ITCA Dental Prevention and Clinical Support Center (DPCSC) will add to the existing resources and infrastructure by providing continuing education opportunities and program management trainings for dental program staff.

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    In Community Spirit

    In Arizona, American Indians and Alaskan Natives (AI/AN) are affected by sexually transmitted diseases (STD) at a disproportionate rate compared to other ethnic groups.

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    Southwest Cancer Network

    The purpose of the Southwest American Indian Cancer Network is to eliminate cancer health disparities among American Indians in the Southwest by closing the gap between the health needs of the community and the promise of cancer prevention and cure made through a responsive health delivery and research system.

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    Teen Pregnancy

    The ITCA Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program works to educate and reduce the risk of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and teen pregnancy rates.

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    Tribal Epidemiology Center

    The ITCA TEC’s purpose is to build tribally-driven public health and epidemiologic capacity among tribes in the Phoenix and Tucson Indian Health Service Areas in order to improve American Indian health and wellness.

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    Tribal Health Policy

    This project provides the necessary support to facilitate an open and objective forum to address American Indian health care concerns, policy issues and Indian health budgetary priorities.

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    WIC

    WIC is a nutrition program that helps families feed their children healthy foods. WIC provides nutrition information, healthy foods , and help accessing health care to moderate to low-income families.

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    Air Quality

    The goal of the Tribal Air Quality Program (TAQP) is to support tribal clean air initiatives at the local-community, regional and national levels.

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    Hazardous Materials

    The purpose of the Hazardous Materials Emergency Preparedness (HMEP) Program is to create a better awareness among tribal communities of the importance of having a chemical emergency response plan, provide training, and assist in facilitating the development and permanent establishment of a Tribal Emergency Response Commission (TERC).

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    Pesticides

    The purpose of the Pesticide Program is to provide tribes with operating funds to develop and implement pesticide regulatory programs under tribal law.

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    Solid Waste

    The purpose of the Tribal Solid Waste Management Program is to provide assistance to tribes in order to increase their capacity to manage their solid waste programs and any relevant solid waste issues on their lands.

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    Tribal Leaders Water Policy

    The Tribal Leaders Water Policy Council is established in order to broaden tribal leader participation in water policy and collaboration with federal, state and regional water resource management bodies, and strengthen tribal capacity through improved access to information and analysis on water management.

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    Tribal Water Systems

    Since 1983, the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. (ITCA) has provided technical assistance to tribes to improve drinking water and wastewater regulatory compliance by Tribal utilities in regards to the Safe Drinking Water Act and the Clean Water Act.

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    UST Compliance/Training

    The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. Environmental Quality Programs oversees the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Assistance and Training Support (UST CATS) Program.

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    AIRCH

    To encourage practical research to improve American Indian peoples' health status, increase the number of American Indian scientists and health professionals engaged in research.

    Click here to learn more

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    Dental Support Center

    The ITCA Dental Prevention and Clinical Support Center (DPCSC) will add to the existing resources and infrastructure by providing continuing education opportunities and program management trainings for dental program staff.

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    Frank Caverly Scholarship

    The Frank J. Caverly Scholarship Fund provides supplemental financial support for American Indian students who are pursuing post-secondary education at a university, college, junior college, or vocational/technical school to cover the partial costs of tuition, books or other fees.

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    NIMS

    The purpose of this program is to initiate the efforts of the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. (ITCA) to facilitate the efficient and effective sharing of resources for All Tribes during times of disaster or emergency, and to develop better communication and coordination for use of resources.

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    Social Services Consultation

    ITCA provides consultation and liaison services to the twenty-two (22) tribal governments within the state and to the Department of Economic Security (DES) through intergovernmental coordination; training; and through the analysis and dissemination of information, including federal and state policies.

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    Tribal Epidemiology Center

    The ITCA TEC’s purpose is to build tribally-driven public health and epidemiologic capacity among tribes in the Phoenix and Tucson Indian Health Service Areas in order to improve American Indian health and wellness.

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    UST Compliance/Training

    The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. Environmental Quality Programs oversees the Underground Storage Tank Compliance Assistance and Training Support (UST CATS) Program.

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    Voter Education

    Your Vote-Our Future is a statewide resource to encourage voter turnout among American Indians and Alaska Natives in Arizona.

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    Workforce Investment

    The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. (ITCA) provides federal Workforce Investment Act (WIA) funding to a consortium of eight Arizona tribal governments that allows the consortium to deliver employment and training services to their tribal populations.

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    Cultural Resources

    The Cultural Resources Project assists tribal governments in the protection and preservation of cultural resources including traditional life ways and aboriginal languages, sacred sites that include revered landscapes, sacred shrines, burial sites, traditional cemeteries and archaeological and historic sites.

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    Tribal Leaders Water Policy

    The Tribal Leaders Water Policy Council is established in order to broaden tribal leader participation in water policy and collaboration with federal, state and regional water resource management bodies, and strengthen tribal capacity through improved access to information and analysis on water management.

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    Trust Fund

    ITCA was instrumental in establishing the Arizona Inter Tribal Trust Fund in 1988 as part of the Arizona-Florida Land Exchange Act which provided that all monetary proceeds from the land exchange of the Phoenix Indian School property were to be deposited into two funds to supplement Tribal education.

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    Indian Country Intelligence Network

    The Mission of ICIN is to organize and share law enforcement information, expertise and training for the betterment of Tribal law enforcement in Indian Country.

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    Transportation Planning

    The purpose of the transportation program is to expand consultation, coordination and cooperation between the Tribes in Arizona, Nevada and Utah and the federal, state and local transportation agencies.

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    Tribal Water Systems

    Since 1983, the Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. (ITCA) has provided technical assistance to tribes to improve drinking water and wastewater regulatory compliance by Tribal utilities in regards to the Safe Drinking Water Act and the Clean Water Act.

    Click here to learn more

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    Trust Fund

    ITCA was instrumental in establishing the Arizona Inter Tribal Trust Fund in 1988 as part of the Arizona-Florida Land Exchange Act which provided that all monetary proceeds from the land exchange of the Phoenix Indian School property were to be deposited into two funds to supplement Tribal education.

    Click here to learn more

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    Weatherization

    The ITCA Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) coordinates weatherization upgrades for low income households on tribal lands with the goal of lowering the annual utility bills for low income families.

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