American Indian Health & Services Clinic

The American Indian Health & Services clinic provides quality medical, dental, pediatric, and behavioral health services to all members of the community. The clinic also hosts several free community events each month, including workshops on beading, regalia making, gardening, fitness, and more.

For more information, please contact Youth and Family Engagement Specialists
Manny Luna (805-681-7356, ext. 272 or or
Kiana Cates (805-681-7356, ext. 401 or

Coastal Band of the Chumash Nation  

The Coastal Band of the Chumash Nation (CBCN) is a sovereign nation of Coastal Chumash Indigenous Peoples. Our ancestors have lived in this area for many thousands-of-years. CBCN has a long presence in the Tri-County Areas. We are a nation of Chumash indigenous Peoples from the San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Ventura and other Counties.

Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians

Haku. The story of the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians is a story of hope, optimism and success. We are looking ahead for the well-being of the next generations as we honor our heritage and traditions today.

Our reservation in the Santa Ynez Valley is the home to tribal families, and to our tribal government and the Chumash Casino Resort. But our reservation also is home to a dream that started many years ago with our ancestors. Their spirit will continue far into the future because of the actions we are taking in the present.

Wishtoyo Chumash Foundation

Wishtoyo's Chumash Village is a unique and authentic re-creation of a working Native American village on a four-acre historical site at Nicholas Canyon County Beach in Malibu, on a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. It is the only living Chumash cultural village of its kind in Southern California. The Village was constructed on property managed by Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors, Wishtoyo's partner in the project.

Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria Scholarship

The Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria (FIGR) announced the Tribe’s $2.5 M Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria Scholarship Fund, which will cover tuition and mandatory fees both for non federally recognized California Native American UC students along with any added needed support for those from federally recognized tribes. UC has a separate scholarship program for California Native American students from federally recognized tribes. Together, the two programs will allow all eligible CA Native American students to attend with tuition and fees covered. For more information, visit

Native American Opportunity Plan

UC’s Native American Opportunity Plan ensures that in-state systemwide Tuition and Student Services Fees are fully covered for California students who are also enrolled in federally recognized Native American, American Indian, and Alaska Native tribes. This plan applies to undergraduate and graduate students. Find more information here.