History & Mission
NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH AND FAMILY CENTER (NAYA)
Founded by the community, for the community, NAYA is a family of numerous tribes and voices who are rooted in sustaining tradition and building cultural wealth. We provide culturally-specific programs and services that guide our people in the direction of personal success and balance through cultural empowerment. Our continuum of lifetime services create a wraparound, holistic healthy environment that is Youth Centered, Family Driven, Elder Guided. NAYA
Oregon Secretary of State: Office of Small Business Assistance
Fostering Collaboration for Better Business
Created by the Oregon Legislature in 2013, the Office of Small Business Assistance operates under ORS 56.200-209, and is housed in the Office of the Secretary of State.
Oregon’s Office of Small Business Assistance serves as an independent voice for small businesses within state government. Small businesses account for 98 percent of Oregon firms, employ over half the state’s workforce and play a vital role in our economy. That’s especially true for rural Oregon, which depends on small business for economic growth. Office of Small Business Assistance
Hosted by Two Rivers CDC, the Native Procurement Technical Assistance Center (Native PTAC) is a free, grant funded, community resource that assists Native peoples in contracting with state, local, Federal, and Native governments within AK, ID, OR, and WA.
Native PTAC helps Native firms with federal, Tribe, state and local government contracting through one-to-one assistance with government certifications and registrations, classes and workshops, bid match opportunities, interpretation of solicitations, bid/proposal reviews, marketing advice, and contract performance support for designated socio-economic programs. Native PTAC
One Sky Center
One Sky Center is a National Resource Center for American Indian and Alaska Native Health, Education and Research. It is dedicated to quality health care across Indian Country. Current initiatives include Evidence Based Practices In Indian Country and a Native-to-Native Mentorship program for graduate students and junior and mid-career faculty interested in substance abuse research. One Sky Center
Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs
Formed in 1987, the Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs (OAME) is a premier organization of excellence in the United States and a winner of the Vision Award for Excellence given by the Small Business Administration. OAME is a non-profit, tax exempt organization with a mission to promote and develop entrepreneurship and economic development for ethnic minorities in the State of Oregon & SW Washington. OAME
Native American Rehabilitation Association of the Northwest, INC.
The mission of NARA, NW is to provide education, physical and mental health services and substance abuse treatment that is culturally appropriate to American Indians, Alaska Natives and other vulnerable populations. NARA
Oregon Native American Chamber
4445 SW Barbur Blvd, STE. 105
Portland, OR 97239