In some cases, individuals may qualify as tribal members, but not as American
Indian for the purposes of certain federal benefits, which are still defined in ...
When referring to American Indians or Alaska Natives, it is appropriate to use the
... Some Indian tribes receive benefits from the federal government in fulfillment ...
Many Federal agencies other than the Indian Affairs have special programs to
serve the American Indian population, i.e., the Indian Health Service (IHS), ...
The BIA Financial Assistance and Social Services program provides assistance
to Federally recognized American Indians and Alaska Native tribe members in ...
According to Native
scholar Eva Marie Garroutte in her book "Real Indians: Identity and the Survival of Native
America," approximately two-thirds of tribes rely on the blood quantum system which determines belonging based on the concept of race by measuring how close on... More »
Mar 5, 2007 ... Like the members of other Native American tribes, Cherokees have access to
free health care at tribe-run clinics and hospitals. Prescription ...
A federally recognized tribe is an American Indian or Alaska Native tribal entity ...
sovereignty) and are entitled to receive certain federal benefits, services, and ...
The Health Insurance Marketplace benefits American Indians and Alaska Natives
(AI/ANs) by providing opportunities for affordable health coverage.
There are benefits to finding if you are of Native American ancestry.
Are you one of those who are 1/8 or 1/16 Native American and get benefits from
the state and or government?