The health of Tribal communities depends on more than just physical health. Tribal Social Services departments seek to address social determinants of health, including basic needs, such as clothing, food, and shelter, as well as family supports and behavioral health services. USET SPF advocates for the full exercise of self-governance in these programs, as well as increased resources for Tribal Nations for social service offerings.
- USET SPF Comments on DOI Indian Boarding School Initiative - December 16, 2021
- USET SPF Comments to Treasury, VA, SBA, and SSA re: Tribal Consultation – April 15, 2021
- USET SPF Letter in Support of the Comprehensive Addiction Resources Emergency (CARE) Act of 2021 - December 7, 2021
- USET SPF Comments re: DOI Consultation on ARP - March 31, 2021
- USET SPF Signs onto Inter-Tribal Organization Letter to Congress Re: COVID-19 Recovery Legislative Proposal - February 2, 2021
- USET SPF Signs onto Tribal Inter-Org COVID Relief Letter - July 20, 2020
- USET SPF Signs onto Joint Letter re: COVID-19 Recovery Legislative Proposal (Phase #4) - April 15, 2020
- USET SPF Signs onto Joint Letter re: Recommendations for the USDA’s Rapid Disbursement of COVID-19 Relief Funding and Resources to Tribal Nations under H.R. 748 – the CARES Act - March 31, 2020
- USET SPF Signs onto Joint Letter re: Tribal Priorities for Health Education and Nutrition for COVID19 Stimulus Package - March 20, 2020
- USET SPF Signs onto Joint Letter to Appropriators re: Indian Country COVID-19 Priorities - March 20, 2020
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