National and Regional Resources

National and Regional Resources
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The following resources may be available to support your LTSS program in different ways. National and regional resources that support LTSS include federal agencies, national organizations, tribal epidemiology centers, and other resources for people with disabilities. These groups may provide LTSS tools, research databases, funding, and/or training and technical assistance.

National and Regional Resources

Federal LTSS Partnership Agencies

CMS, IHS, and ACL are the federal agencies that support the LTSS TA Center and that are working together to help tribes and communities in Indian Country build and expand their LTSS systems.

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE)
Indian Health Service
Administration for Community Living

Tribal Epidemiology Centers

Epidemiology centers study public health issues among specific populations. There are 12 tribal epidemiology centers funded by IHS. Some centers offer training and technical assistance or other services to help AI/AN communities address health issues.

Disabilities Resources

These resources cover a variety of issues relating to American Indians and Alaska Natives with disabilities.


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