National Indian Parent Information Center
"Our Mission is to strengthen our community through support, education, and encouragement for families whose Native American tribal children, ages birth to twenty-six, are experiencing disabilities or learning challenges."
Ya Ta Say (Greetings),
Welcome to the National Indian Parent Information Center! We are a national program that provides information (printed, by email, phone and workshops) on disability issues for Native family members who have children with disabilities and the professional who work with them. We provide workshops on and off reservations to Tribes, Nations and Clans on Disability Laws and Parent Leadership. Our services for families are at no cost to family members. We hope to give Indian families a voice that will impact the special education process.
NIPIC is a non-profit organization. Our board consists of a majority of Indian family members who themselves are Indian parents who have children/young adults with disabilities. We also have representation of individuals from organizations around the United States that serve Indian families.
Let us work together to provide a voice for Native American children with disabilities.
Ka Dish Day (Until We Meet Again).
16409 SE Division St., STE 216 PMB 288
Portland, OR 97236