The Office of Tribal Affairs is committed to supporting all Oregon tribal communities in thriving mentally, physically, spiritually, and emotionally.
Tribal Affairs works with all five ODHS programs to create and provide tribally appropriate programming, services, policies and support. Through tribal consultation with Oregon’s Nine Federally Recognized Tribes, ODHS ensures programming, services, and policies meet the needs of Oregon tribal communities.
American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month
Join the Office of Tribal Affairs and ODHS in November by recognizing and celebrating American Indian and Alaska Heritage Month.
Celebrate and recognize our heritage
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Indian Child Welfare Act is being challenged
The U.S. Supreme Court will weigh the rights of states and the role of race in a challenge to the Indian Child Welfare Act.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Wednesday, November 9, 2022 in a case that pits several prospective adoptive parents and the state of Texas against the Indian Child Welfare Act — a federal law aimed at preventing American Indian and Alaska Native children from being separated from their extended families and their tribes.
Hear Nov. 9 oral arguments
Join the Office of Tribal Affairs and many other Native agencies and supporters in standing proud to #ProtectICWA.
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