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Child welfare and social services agencies must work in collaboration with juvenile and family courts. Both are responsible for protecting children and ensuring their safety, health, and well-being. Tribal courts may take their roles farther when working with their Tribe’s child welfare and social services departments by ensuring culturally competent services are provided to strengthen families and support reunification.

This report provides the Federal Medical Assistance Percentages (FMAPs) for fiscal years 2018 and 2019 as well as relevant per capita income data for tribes expressing interest in operating title IV-E programs.

This report provides information for determining tribes’ Federal Medical Assistance Percentages (FMAPs) for fiscal year 2019.

This report provides information for determining tribes’ Federal Medical Assistance Percentages (FMAPs) for fiscal year 2016.

This report provides the Federal Medical Assistance Percentages (FMAPs) for fiscal years 2013 and 2014 as well as relevant per capita income data for tribes expressing interest in operating title IV-E programs.

This report provides information for determining tribes’ Federal Medical Assistance Percentages (FMAPs) for fiscal years 2010 through 2014.

PI-08-06

December 5, 2008

Letter of Intent for Indian Tribes, Tribal Organizations, and Tribal Consortia to Directly Operate a Title IV-E Program