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Family & Community Health Alcohol Counselor Certification Training Course: Addiction Counseling Competencies RFP

Family & Community Health Alcohol Counselor Certification Training Course: Domestic Violence Prevention & Treatment RFP


PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS April 1, 2014
AT THE OFFICES OF:
CALIFORNIA RURAL INDIAN HEALTH BOARD, INC.
4400 AUBURN BLVD, SECOND FLOOR,
SACRAMENTO, CA 95841
RFP Officer
Deborah Kawkeka
California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc.
Family & Community Health Training Coordinator
(916) 929-9761
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OSHPD - HWDD Scholarships & Loan Repayments

IHS Scholarships Program


 Click Here to view the Annual October Board Meeting Materials


 

Michelle Hayward, CRIHB Chair was at the formal signing ceremony for the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
The act extends the jurisdiction to cover non indian abusers and continues finding for anti violence programs in Indian Country and across the US. “Indian Country has some of the highest rates of domestic abuse in America. And one of the reasons is that when Native American women are abused on tribal lands by an attacker who is not Native American, the attacker is immune from prosecution by tribal courts. Well, as soon as I sign this bill that ends,” said President Barack Obama, moments before signing the bill. “Tribal governments have an inherent right to protect their people, and all women deserve the right to live free from fear. And that is what today is all about.”

VAWA Signing


 

 

January 2013 Board of Directors Meeting Highlights - Document Version
January 2013 Board of Directors Meeting Highlights - Slideshow Version

 


 

CRIHB Board of Directors, Program Directors and TGCC Meeting
Jackson Rancheria: October 2012


October 2012 Annual Board of Directors Meeting Highlights - Document Version

October 2012 Annual Board of Directors Meeting Highlights - Slideshow Version


REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS

Recruitment of an AI/AN person for CDC’s National Tobacco Education Campaign

 


CRIHB  Board of Directors and Program Directors Meeting
CRIHB Office: July, 2012


CRIHB  Board of Directors and Program Directors Meeting
CRIHB Office: April 19-21, 2012


 CRIHB in the News

Tribal Net Quarterly Publication - Interview with the Adam Culich, IS Officer

UC Davis Breaking Barriers to Beat Cancer - Interview with Kellie Stevens, Finance Department Secretary


 

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

TO IMPLEMENT A CENTRALIZED STRATEGY TO INCREASE PROVIDER COMPLETION OF FOLLOW-UP REPORTS FOR THE CALIFORNIA AMERICAN INDIAN RECOVERY SERVICES (CAIRS) PROGRAM
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, WEDNESDAY APRIL 18, 2012

AT THE OFFICES OF:
CALIFORNIA RURAL INDIAN HEALTH BOARD, INC.
4400 AUBURN BLVD, SECOND FLOOR,
SACRAMENTO, CA 95841

Request for Proposal Information

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

TO PROVIDE A THIRD PARTY ADMINISTRATOR FOR A LOW INCOME HEALTH PROGRAM (“LIHP”) CLAIMS, UTILIZATION MANAGEMENT, AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, FRIDAY MARCH 23, 2012
AT THE OFFICES OF:
CALIFORNIA RURAL INDIAN HEALTH BOARD, INC.
4400 AUBURN BLVD, SECOND FLOOR,
SACRAMENTO, CA 95841

Request for Proposal Information
Supplemental Information


CRIHB  Board of Directors,Program Directors and TGCC Meeting
CRIHB Office: January 26-28, 2012 


 TRIBAL HEAD START ANNUAL PUBLIC REPORT

Now Available - Tribal Head Start Annual Public Report for Program Year 2010 (pdf)


Tribal Head Start In-Kind Campaign 

“In-Kind” is a term that Head Starters use frequently.  The Tribal Head Start program is constantly and actively seeking volunteer services and donations to meet the annual in-kind requirement.  The Head Start federal funds cover only 80% of the total costs to run the program.  CRIHB is required to obtain and document the remaining 20% in non-federal share (e.g. volunteer services, donations, etc.) which meets the same criteria for allowability as other federal costs.  CRIHB Tribal Head Start program is required to generate over $240,000 in in-kind for the current program year.  Donations are generally calculated using the actual cost with receipts as documentation.  Volunteer services are calculated using the cost the program would have otherwise paid.  For example, “a dentist who volunteers time to provide dental services to Head Start children, should have time valued according to normal compensation for the service provided,” as described on the National Center on Program Management and Fiscal Operations.  For routine volunteer services, like volunteering in the classroom, standardized rates are used.   A “legend” of in-kind volunteer rates is kept current and available at the central office. Read More....


42nd Annual Board of Directors Meeting (California Rural Indian Health Board)
Peppermill Resort Spa Casino, Reno NV


11th Biennial Joint Board of Directors Meeting
(California Rural Indian Health Board and Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board)
Thunder Valley Casino, Lincoln CA


 

CRIHB  Board of Directors and Program Directors Meeting

CRIHB Office: April 14-16, 2011

IHS Tribal Leaders Conference
Chukchansi Gold Resort and Casino, Coarsegold, CA: March 15-17, 2011


CRIHB  Board of Directors,Program Directors and TGCC Meeting
CRIHB Office: January 20-22, 2011


CRIHB 41st Annual Board of Directors and Program Directors Meeting
CRIHB Office: October 21-24, 2010


CRIHB Quarterly Board of Directors and Program Directors Meeting
CRIHB Office: July 15-17, 2010



Clinic Consortia Policy and Advocacy Program Evaluation - Legacy for Change


CRIHB highlighted for Using Research to Inform Indian Health Care Advocacy on behalf of all California Indians -The California Endowment Clinic Consortia Policy and Advocacy and Program Evaluation Program 

TRIBAL HEAD START ANNUAL PUBLIC REPORT 


 

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