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Programs & Services

Welcome to the many programs and services offered by the Turtle Mountain. Please explore the tabs within to become more familiar with what we have to offer and how we can be of service to you.

5th Generation Treatment Program



Arts Association

Authentic Anishinabe/Chippewa/Metis Art Work designed and created by enrolled members of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa living on or near the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation Belcourt ND.



Block Grant/Housing Rehabilitation



Car Seat Program



Childcare Assistance Program



Commodity Warehouse



Drug/Alcohol Program



Environmental Program



Fuel Assistance/LIHEAP



Grants Clearinghouse

The Grants Clearinghouse Department is located in the Finance Department at the Tribal Administrative Offices just west of Belcourt, North Dakota.



Health Education

Tribal Health Education Patient Education Services School Health Education Services Community Health Education Services Worksite Health Education Services



Healthy Families Home Visitation Program



Home Improvement Program (HIP)



Little Shell Home for Youth Shelter

Provides 24 hour 7 day a week care for court ordered-youth in the Tribal Service area.



Meth Initiative Program



Personal Responsibility Education Program



Prosecutor's Office



Public Defenders Office

The public defenders office serves the community in the court, to ensure there legl rights



Solid Waste Department



TM Outreach/Suicide Prevention

SUICIDE PREVENTION



TM Tribal Youth Program

TM Tribal Youth Program is committed to providing educational, cultural and conservation programming for the betterment of the youth of the Turtle Mountian Reservation.



Tribal Land Management



Tribal Scholarship Program



Tribal Youth Alcohol and other Drug Prevention

This Programs consist of six components: 1. Educations/awareness 2. Prevention 3. Intervention 4. Outpatient 5. Inpatient (Referrals) 6. Aftercare



Turtle Mountain Miikanaake Program



Turtle Mountain Sex Offender Registry

Welcome to the Turtle Mountain Sex Offender Registry Website this site is provided to you by the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians. Title 42 (Turtle Mountain Sex Offender Registration Code) which requires all sex offenders who visit, live or go to school, and who has a qualifying conviction to maintain all registration requirements with the Turtle Mountain Sex Offender Registry department. Registrants are also required to register their employment and college addresses also.



Turtle Mountain Sex Offender Registry

Public Law 280 states had found that state sex offender registry and notification laws were essentially civil regulatory in nature. Due to the nature of federal Indian law, this meant that states had no jurisdiction to impose their sex offender laws on tribal lands, thereby creating a gap by requiring tribes to either opt in to the national registry system. Consequently, Title 1 of the Adam Walsh Act sought to close that gap by requiring tribes to either opt in to the national registry system or have their jurisdiction over such matters transferred to states. Title 1 is what is known as the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act (SORNA). On July 10, 2007 Chairman David “Doc” Brien signed Resolution # TMBC0311-07-07 to opt-into the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006 entitled “Sex Offender Registration and Notification Program”. The Turtle Mountain Sex Offender Registration and Notification program is created to monitor and track people convicted of sex crimes and to provide access to this information for all the member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians. The program is to enhance public safety by making the information contained in the Turtle Mountain Sex Offender Registry easily accessible to the public. It will also serve to enhance public awareness about sexual violence in our communities and provide valuable information about the ways in which individuals and communities can protect themselves and those they love from acts of sexual violence. The Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians enacted the Turtle Mountain Sex Offender Registration Code (Title 42) on November 10, 2012. The Turtle Mountain Sex Offender Registry department shall maintain and operate all guidelines on how to implement the Code.



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