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flames_LogoAmerican Indian Development Associates (AIDA) is a comprehensive resource for tribal, state, & federal agencies, service providers, and community members seeking information related to tribal justice, victimization, health/wellness, and community development issues in American Indian and Alaska Native communities.

AIDA is a highly credible, Indian owned small business that focuses on the provision of professional services to Indian governments and communities. AIDA contracts directly with tribes as well as state, federal, private and non-profit agencies. The firm maintains a strong reputation built upon meeting client needs and expectations utilizing a client focused agenda for service delivery.

AIDA uses its staff and a pool of recognized experts and practitioners to design the most effective methods and strategies to address each client's goals and objectives.

  • Policy Analysis
  • Crime and Justice
  • Health and Wellness
  • Community Surveys
  • Focus Groups
  • Tribal Justice Systems and Programs
  • Child Victimization and Advocacy Systems
  • Tribal Youth Programs
Capacity_Building   T_TA
  • Cultural Diversity
  • Program Development
  • Team Building
  • Training
  • Needs Assessment
  • Strategic Planning and Development
  • Logic Models/Grant Reporting
  • Facilitation
  • Information Management
  • Grant and Proposal Writing
  • Sustainability
  • Conference Planning and Implementation
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  • Indigenous Justice
  • Tribal Court Systems
  • Juvenile Justice Systems
  • Prevention and Intervention Programs
  • Legislation and Policy
  • Reentry Programs
  • Child Abuse Prevention
  • Family Violence Prevention
  • Comprehensive Plans
  • Community Mobilization
  • Asset Mapping
  • Community Profiles
  • Media Advocacy
  • Tribal Youth Mentoring

New: Job Announcement-Field Operations Manager. Open until filled

New: National Baseline Study examining Violence Against American Indian and Alaskan Native Women living in tribal communities is underway

: Addressing Responsivity Issues with Criminal Justice-Involved Native Americans

Experiences with Incorporating Culture into Tribal Green Reentry Programs

Stories of Change Among Justice-Involved American Indian Youth

Considerations For Developing A
Program of Reentry in Tribal Communities

Stories of Change Among Justice-
Involved American Indian Youth

Early Implementation Experiences
of OJJDP's Tribal Green Reentry Programs

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American Indian Development
Associates, LLC

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Telephone: (505) 842-1122 or
(505) 842-1964

Fax: (505) 842-9652

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