Clients must be...
An enrolled member of a Federally recognized tribe, or live in a Native American household...
A child who has experienced emotional, physical, or sexual abuse, neglect, or bullying;
A woman, man or child who has experienced domestic violence, stalking, or sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence as a child or abuse as a child;
A person concerned about child custody or child welfare issues.
Future funding may change eligibility requirements. If you have any questions about determining eligibility, please give us a call.
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Two Feathers has been providing child and family services under the auspices of the Indian Child Welfare Act since 1993, and has operated a number of other grants since 1996. Since the founding of Two Feathers, it has promoted the stability and security of over 1,000 Northern California Indian children and families.