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Native American Services
Our Native American Affairs office provides a broad range of social services to protect, preserve and strengthen Native American families both on and off tribal lands.
We support an Indian population of approximately 200,000 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.
If you have questions, comments, concerns, or suggestions, please contact Jason Cross, Native American Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are pleased to assist with your inquiry or suggestions!
Native American Resources
A number of services are available through our Native American Outreach Services (NAOS) program to assist Native American children and families.
Staff & Partner Resources
These resources provide historical, legal and cultural data about the services and support we provide to Native American families.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services facilitates tribal consultation with Michigan's 12 federally recognized tribes to provide comprehensive and innovative services to Michigan's American Indian Alaska Native residents.