October is Domestice Violence Awareness Month
►SFP Domestic Violence Awareness Conference Oct. 17, 2018, NN Museum, Window Rock, AZ
►SFP Domestic Violence Awareness Conference -- Oct. 18, 2018, Kayenta, AZ
► SFP Domestic Violence Prevention Conference ♦ Oct. 24, 2018 Tuba City, AZ
► SFP Human Trafficking Workshop -- Nov. 1, 2018, NN Museum, Window Rock, AZ
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR FY 2019
♦ FY 2019 Per Diem Meal Breakdown ♦
♦ FY 2019 Frequently Traveled Cities Per Diem Rate ♦
♦ FY 2019 Per Diem Rates ♦
♦ Memo dated 09-19-18 from Controller -- Reminder of 12 Hour Rate for Travel ♦
►LIHEAP Services & Location for Assistance
►LIHEAP Model Plan
For more information on LIHEAP Services & Location, contact Maddy Kee, ASO at (928) 810-8575
Navajo Children and Family Services (NCFS)
NCFS is now accepting adoption applications.
Strengthening Families Program (SFP)
SFP Shiprock Crisis Line - (505) 368-1157
Navajo Treatment Center for Children and Their Families (NTCCF)
Department of Self-Reliance (DSR)
Department of Family Services (DFS)
Developmental Disabilities (DD)
Child Care Development Fund (CCDF)
Navajo School Clothing Program (NSCP)
The Navajo Division of Social Services Executive Administration Office, under the Direction of Mrs. Terrelene Massey, Esq, is located within the Navajo Nation Government Executive Branch. The Executive Administration Office comprises of Financial Management, Information Technology, Administrative Support, and Contract & Compliance section.
The purpose of the Executive Administration Office is to implement the Navajo Nation’s polices to ensure that essential social services are available to needy families and individuals living on or near the Navajo Nation and to others, where mandated by statues and regulations.
The Executive Director, through the Executive Administration office, shall ensure that social (human) services are provided and are consistent with professional social work ethics, values, and in accordance with Navajo cultural values and traditions. The Executive Director shall also ensure that the services provided would help to reduce and alleviate hardship and have the ultimate purpose of contributing to Navajo self-sufficiency. The Executive Director shall also serve as an advocate for clients, special target groups and develop social services priorities, needs and/or issues.
The Navajo Nation Council established Division of Social Services on September 14, 1989 by resolution CS-57-89. The Government Services Committee amended the Division Plan of Operation and approved the Division Mater Plan of Operation on June 30, 2009 by resolution GSCJN-17-09.
Our vision is to have strong families and communities through cultural identity, wellness and self-sufficiency.
Navajo Division of Social Services will advocate for change and empower and strengthen our families and communities by providing quality, holistic, culture, and value-based services!