Resource Library

This library contains over 200 articles and resources relevant to tribal child welfare, gathered from a wide variety of sources. It also includes all of the products developed by the Capacity Building Center for Tribes that you see featured on this website. We hope you find what you need!

Materials here not created by the Capacity Building Center for Tribes are for reference and not necessarily endorsed by the Children’s Bureau.

FACES Implementing the Indian Child Welfare Act

Uploaded on Jan 19, 2011 Follow the Spirit of ICWA The American Indian Enhancement Project is an effort of the California Disproportionality Project, a Breakthrough Series Collaborative (BSC) resourced through the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the California Department...

ICWA Introduction eLearning

Tribal STAR, in collaboration with the California Department of Social Services, and CalSWEC (California Social Work Education Center) has released it’s latest eLearning ICWA Introduction.  This eLearning is required to be viewed by all new hire social...

Behavioral Health and Tribal Communities

Discusses the changes that are taking place in the field of behavioral health, particularly among tribal communities. Explores prevention, trauma and justice, health reform, and other issues important to American Indian and Alaska Native communities.  

Promoting Youth Voice in Indian Country

In social work, our focus is often on “helping” youth. However, our practice experience is filled with examples of how “helping” can silence youth voice, albeit with the best intentions. The value, power, and importance of youth voice cannot be understated. The lack...