Tribal Child Care Assistance

Services & Programs

The NTC Tribal Services Department provides social services to tribal members and Native individuals living in the Ninilchik tribal boundaries. Staff members provide a safe and confidential environment for those experiencing domestic crises or in need of social outreach. Tribal Services offers two assistance programs for transitional periods of life as well as resources or home child care and parenting. Department representatives also advocate for and intervene in cases where the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) laws apply to the Ninilchik Tribe.

Use the tabs below to navigate between the programs and services our Social Services department provides.

General Assistance

Indian & Child Welfare Act Services

Burial Assistance

Child Care Assistance

It Takes A Village

Child Care Assistance Program

Tribal Services provides Child Care Assistance to eligible Alaska Native/American Indian families who reside within our Tribal boundaries. Families will need to choose a provider who will meet all Health and Safety requirements and pass a comprehensive criminal background check.


  • Alaska Native/American Indian
  • Reside within Tribal Boundaries
  • Children between age 1 week to 12 years and 364 days old
  • Parents are engaged in one of the following activities:
    – Employment
    – Education/Training
    – Other approved activities

Parent Applications

Please review the program information and eligibility requirements above before applying.

Provider Application

Please download the printable application below to review the requirements for providers.

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