20 CFR 668.510 - What services may INA grantees provide to the community at large under section 166?
(a) INA grantees may provide services to the Native American communities in their designated service areas by engaging in program development and service delivery activities which:
(1) Strengthen the capacity of Native American-controlled institutions to provide education and work-based learning services to Native American youth and adults, whether directly or through other Native American institutions such as tribal colleges;
(2) Increase the community's capacity to deliver supportive services, such as child care, transportation, housing, health, and similar services needed by clients to obtain and retain employment;
(3) Use program participants engaged in education, training, work experience, or similar activities to further the economic and social development of Native American communities in accordance with the goals and values of those communities; and
(4) Engage in other community-building activities described in the INA grantee's Two Year Plan.
(b) INA grantees should develop their Two Year Plan in conjunction with, and in support of, strategic tribal planning and community development goals.