Native American Resources

Organization/Contact Services/Comments Phone            

Albuquerque Indian Center

Employment and training services, counseling and prevention activities, phone usage, legal assistance, food assistance, referrals for food and clothing, notary services, photocopies, and fax service.

(505) 268-5770

(505) 268-1751

APS Indian Education Department

Must be tribally enrolled. Native American Studies and Leadership, reading and math intervention, Native language and values programs.

(505) 884-6392

AZ State Office of Vital Records

Easily obtain your vital records from Arizona Vital Records. 

(602) 364-1300

Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

Resources for cultural services, education, health services, housing, and more.

(580) 924-8280

(800) 522-6170

Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women

Training in anti-oppression, domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and effects of domestic violence on children; community outreach and education; resource information and materials for Native women; grant and funding information.

(505) 243-9199

Comanche Tribe

We are known as "Lord of the plains", and we were once a part of the Shoshone tribe.

(580) 492-3775

(580) 492-3240

Crow Tribe of Montana

We strive to create a future that provides an abundance of good-paying jobs while providing hope and prosperity for generations of Crow citizens.

(466) 638-2178

Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Council, Inc.

A coalition of Nambe, Picuris, Pojoaque, San Ildefonso, Ohkay Owingeh, Tesuque, Santa Clara, and Taos pueblos. Offers economic, educational, and social programs and support to Pueblo members, including food distribution, Head Start, senior programs, domestic violence support groups, and intervention, assistance with application for public benefits, Butterfly Healing residential treatment center and outpatient counseling, Circle of Life health centers in Espanola and Albuquerque, and more.

(505) 747-1593

First Nations Community Health Source

Culturally competent, comprehensive health services integrating traditional values to enhance the physical, spiritual, emotional, and mental well-being of Native American/Alaska Native families and other underserved populations, such as people who are homeless residing in Albuquerque and surrounding areas. Includes medical, dental, behavioral health, traditional healing, alternative therapies, domestic violence education, and more.

(505) 262-2481

Indian Pueblo Cultural Center

To preserve and perpetuate Pueblo culture, and to advance understanding by presenting with dignity and respect the accomplishments and evolving history of the Pueblo people of New Mexico.

(505) 881-4584

(800) 628-1920

Isleta Pueblo

Naturalized members are determined by Tribal Council. ¼ blood quantum required.

(505) 869-3111

Jemez Pueblo

We have clinics, medical services, housing, education help, and our tribal enterprises.

(505) 834-7359

Jicarilla Apache Nation

3/8 blood quantum required

(575) 759-3255

(575) 759-3242

Laguna Pueblo

Note: Call for time limits on the type of membership

(505) 552-6654

(505) 552-6941 Fax

Mescalero Apache Tribe

We welcome you to familiarize yourself with our history, traditions, and the current vision of our tribe.

(575) 464-4494

Nambe Pueblo

Today, Nambe Owingeh is still known for its beautiful public ceremonies and traditions, stunning landscapes, and world-famous pottery.  We welcome all visitors to our home.

(505) 455-2036

(505) 455-4410

Navajo Nation–Office of Vital Records

Easily obtain your vital records from Navajo Nation Vital Records. 

(928) 871-6386

NM Office of Vital Records

Easily obtain your vital records from New Mexico Vital Records. 

(505) 827-0121

Pueblo Acoma

We have programs for education, health, and human services, support services, and public utilities.

(505) 552-5300


Our mission is to nurture the well-being and growth of our community and its people by promoting and carrying out comprehensive community services, programs, and opportunities.

(505) 775-3235

Oglala Sioux

Take a look at the Tribal program listings of our Tribe. Our programs are a great resource for Tribal members.

(605) 867-5821

(605) 867-2901 Fax

Ohkay Owingeh (San Juan Pueblo)

Please view our Tribal enrollment information and our Tribal members' resource links.

(505) 852-4400

Picuris Pueblo

Our neighbors called us "Pikuria" those who paint.  We call ourselves, Pin, wel, ene.

(505) 587-2519

Pojoaque Pueblo

We continue our traditions and practice our culture in these contemporary times.

(505) 455-4500

Rosebud Sioux Tribe

Go to our tribal resource directory for all your wants and needs.

(605) 747-2381

Sandia Pueblo

The Pueblo of Sandia owns and operates several thriving enterprises to help create a broad economic base to ensure to be a self-reliant Tribe and all the resources to us to be successful. 

(505) 867-3317

San Felipe Pueblo

Our departments include resources for health, women, children, the elderly, education, and a tribal enrollment program.

(505) 771-9958

San Ildefonso Pueblo

We are painters, jewelry makers, weavers, carvers, seamstresses, and moccasin makers here at the pueblo. We invite you to explore our resources.

(505) 455-2273

Santa Ana Pueblo

We invite you to explore our social services, natural resources, education department, wellness program library, and more resources.

(505) 867-3301

Santa Domingo Pueblo

We have a list of programs from health programs to women and children. We also have a natural resource department.

(505) 465-2214

(505) 465-1998 Fax

Scholarships for Native American Students

We have resources available, and this guide provides an overview of the scholarships, grants, and potential help available through tribal colleges for Native American students.


Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI)

Educational institution serving Native American and Alaskan Native students.

(505) 346-2338

(800) 586-7474

Taos Pueblo

Come enjoy and experience the history, triumph, and tradition of the Red Willow people.

(505) 758-8626

Tesuque Pueblo Farms

The Tesuque Pueblo Farm strives to help those interested in growing their own food, in addition to growing crops for elders and students, and saving indigenous seeds from around the world.

(505) 983-2667

US Dept of Interior Indian Ancestry

Tribal enrollment requirements preserve the unique character and traditions of each tribe. The tribes establish membership criteria based on shared customs, traditions, language, and tribal blood.

(202) 208-3100

Ute Mountain Ute Tribe

We are the largest employer and single largest economic contributor in Montezuma county, Colorado. It is understood and expected that the Tribe conducts business with various governments, individuals, and public entities.

(970) 565-3751

Zia Pueblo

Home of the Zia Sun Symbol. The Zia logo is used by the state of New Mexico on both the flag and license plates.

(505) 867-3304 Ext. 229


Information about current departments and programs, under the Pueblo of Zuni, and their respective components.

(505) 782-7000

(505) 782-7208 Fax


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