NAICJA is the Tribal Justice Training and Technical Assistance provider under the Bureau of Justice Assistance's (BJA) Tribal Civil and Criminal Legal Assistance (TCCLA) Program, offering training and technical assistance to TCCLA Grantees and Sub-grantee Legal Aid organizations. We also provide training and technical assistance to CTAS Program Area 3 Grantees and to any tribal program interested in Practices featured on the Tribal Access to Justice Innovation website (www.tribaljustice.org). View all program activities and request training and technical assistance.
Fee-for-service Training and technical assistance is provided by NAICJA staff and the use of contract consultants (from our pool of qualified independent contractors). NAICJA will provide an initial intake, determine TTA needs, and develop a TTA plan and proposal with interested tribal justice systems. We will work to keep costs low and to develop a TTA plan that matches your needs and allows you to determine what your TTA objectives are. With NAICJA's broad membership and relationships with TTA providers, consultants and experts throughout Indian Country, we can tailor TTA to your unique needs. If interested in this service, please contact us at (303) 449-4112.
The National Directory of Tribal Justice Systems is made possible through the funding support of Casey Family Programs. In collaboration with Casey Family Programs, NAICJA updated and revised its national directory to include contact information for tribal justice systems in addition to Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) tribal contact information for notice purposes and tribes’ tribal affiliations. Access the directory.
Feel free to call us with your questions dealing with tribal justice. Our staff will answer your questions or, if we are unable to answer it, we will refer you to someone who can. Our phone number is (303) 449-4112. We are available to take your calls, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Mountain Time).