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ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

National Indian Health Board Tribal Environmental Justice Technical Assistance Center

NIHB’s Tribal Environmental Justice Technical Assistance Center (TEJTAC) is providing free technical assistance to Indian Country for environmental health and climate justice opportunities benefiting Tribal communities as one of three national Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Environmental Justice Thriving Communities Technical Assistance Centers (EJ TC TAC). Visit the EJ TC TAC webpage to learn more about this network.

NIHB will serve as a national technical assistance center focusing on providing support to Tribal entities and communities.

Technical Assistance (TA) services include but are not limited to:

  • Navigating federal grant application systems
  • Identifying federal funds with Tribal eligibility
  • Grant writing support
  • No cost GIS mapping services
  • Partnership development and connection with national and regional EJ TC TACs and other TA service providers

Eligibility

Eligible entities to receive Technical Assistance at NIHB’s Tribal Environmental Justice TAC include:

  • Federally recognized Tribes
  • Tribal organizations
  • Tribal consortia
  • Tribal enterprises and corporations
  • Indigenous individuals

To request technical assistance, fill out the TA Request Intake form by clicking the link or call 202-507-4086. Please be sure to provide details on the environmental or clean energy concern you have and/or the federal funding you are looking to apply for. If you would like to share any documents with NIBH, please email them to [email protected] and an Environmental Health Program staff member from NIHB will be in touch with you soon!

Funded by the U.S. EPA in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the EJ TC TAC program was established to support underserved and overburdened communities address environmental and clean energy concerns. EJ TC TACs aim to remove barriers and improve accessibility to federal funds through trainings, capacity building, and direct technical assistance services.





NIHB Contacts:

Brett Weber, MPA
Environmental Health Programs Director

National Indian Health Board
50 F St NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC 20001
[email protected]

National Indian Health Board
50 F St NW, Suite 600 | Washington, DC 20001 | Phone: 202-507-4070 | Email: [email protected]