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News: American Indian and Alaska Native

July 20, 2022

The Family and Child Education Program for American Indians

In this article, you will learn about FACE, an early education program for Native American or...
June 8, 2022

Education and Job Training Resources for American Indian and Alaska Natives

Looking for help with education or job training? Benefits.gov can help you find information on...
April 27, 2022

Resources for American Indian and Alaska Natives

Benefits.gov recognizes the needs of American Indian and American Native individuals and families vary...
October 17, 2018

Housing 101 with Benefits.gov

Housing can be hard to come by or unaffordable for some Americans. A Harvard study revealed nearly...
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