Indian Children: Culturally Connected, Rights Protected
2022 – 2024 Strategic Plan
NICWC’s previous three-year strategic plan expired in 2021 with most goals and objectives being achieved. In October 2021, NICWC’s board, coalition, and staff members met to develop a strategic plan for 2022 to 2024. The new strategic directions are elevating awareness, engaging partners, and expanding capacity.
For information about our strategic plan, please read the 2021 Annual Report.
2019 – 2021 Strategic Plan
This three-year strategic plan has expired in 2021. We are pleased to announce that we have completed majority of our objectives.
2021 Annual Report
Finalized March 2022
This is NICWC’s first annual report!
The annual report is a comprehensive report on NICWC’s activities through 2021. The report includes the history of NICWC, Board of Directors, the Coalition, NICWC’s Strategic Plan, new programs, Training and Education Recap, Comments from Training and Education Surveys, Special Thanks to Our Funders, 2021 Operation Revenue and Support, 2021 Operating Expenses, Acknowledgments, and Staff Members.
Native Voices: 2018 Listening Sessions
Published in 2018
NICWC hosted two listening sessions in Nebraska to listen to local Native Americans and other families voicing their concerns about issues involving child welfare and juvenile justice. The report reviews the key themes from the community session.
November 19, 2021
Listen to Misty Flowers, the Executive Director, and Jill Holt, the Training and Education Director, talk about NICWC and serving on the Consortium of Tribal, State, and Federal Courts.
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