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Native American Services

Native American Affairs director with Governor Snyder and other state and tribe officials

Our Native American Affairs office provides a broad range of services to protect, preserve and strengthen Native American families both on and off tribal lands.

We support an Indian population of approximately 130,000 with various services provided in partnership with Michigan's federally recognized tribes, the state historic tribes, Indian organizations, federal government and other community and state organizations.

For more information, call 517-335-7782.


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*NEW* Keep Your Baby Sleeping Safely This safe sleep message was created by Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan. Learn more about safe sleep at www.michigan.gov/safesleep.
Michigan Supreme Court ICWA Ruling (Morris Decision) PDF icon Indicating the importance of Indian child identification/verification; tribal notification; and determination that parental requests may not waive ICWA requirements (Caseworker/Supervisor Tools).
Tribal State Relations, Executive Directive 2012-2 PDF icon


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