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Tribal Child Welfare Programs

ACF Region:
                        Massassachusetts is in Region 1 of the Children's Bureau located at:
                        JFK Federal Building, Room 2000
                        Boston, MA 02203
                        Phone: (617) 565-1020
                        Fax: (617) 565-2493
See Health and Human ServicesAdministration for Children and Families, and ACF regional map.

BIA Region:
                       Massassachusetts is in the Eastern Regional Office of the Bureau of Indian Affairs 
                       located at:
                       545 Marriott Drive, Suite 700
                       Nashville, TN 37214
                       Phone: (615) 564-6700
                       Fax: (615) 564-6701 
See Department of InteriorBIA regional map, and BIA Human Services Division for more information.

The Bureau of Indian Affairs annually posts Indian Child Welfare Act; Designated Tribal Agents for Service of Notice regulations in the Federal Register.
State Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) Manager:
                      Department of Children and Families
                      Director of Field Support Programs
                      24 Farnsworth Street
                      Boston, MA 02210
                      Phone: (617) 748-2345
                      Fax: (617) 748-2441

MASSACHUSETTS TRIBES / Massachusetts Tribal Child Welfare Programs

Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe
Indian Child Welfare Act Program
766 Madaket Place 7B
Mashpee, Massachusetts 02649
Phone: (508) 419-6017 ext. 604
Fax: (508) 477-1652

Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnnah)
Human Services
Indian Child Welfare Program
20 Black Book Road
Aquinnah, Massachusetts 02535-1546
Phone: (508) 645-9265 ext. 133
Fax: (508) 645-2755

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