Advocating for American Indian and Alaska Native Elders

What is NICOA?

Established in 1976, The National Indian Council On Aging, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. NICOA’s mission is to advocate for improved comprehensive health, social services and economic well being…

What We Do

For over 35 years, the organization has provided service as the nation’s foremost advocate for American Indian and Alaska Native Elders. NICOA’s objectives include…

How We Help

NICOA serves as a central access point for information on employment, healthcare, conferences and more for American Indian and Alaska Native elders…

Get Involved

You can become a member of NICOA, participate as a conference sponsor, and make a tax-deductible donation to the National Indian Council on Aging…

"Sharing love, respect and compassion for our

American Indian and Alaska Native Elders"

Nov 26, 2013

What Being American Indian Means to Me In recognition of Native American Heritage Month

Randella Bluehouse, Executive Director, NICOA – What Being American Indian Means...

Oct 29, 2013

Obamacare, elders of color and LGBT elders. DEC/GIA Webinar

First things first. Have you registered?  Register and learn more here:...

Oct 4, 2013

NICOA: Then and Now

Read a blog from Executive Director of NICOA, Ms. Randella Bluehouse. If you are or know...


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