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Staff Accountant
Open until filled
Staff Accountant
NCIDC Eureka Office
$62,000–70,000 per year, Depending on Experience
Please submit application, resume, and cover letter
Open until filled
Da’luk Administrative Assistant
Accepting applications until
Open until filled
Da’luk Youth Program Administrative Assistant
NCIDC Eureka Office
$17 per hour
Please submit application, resume, and cover letter
Open until filled
Temporary Work Experience training positions
Open until filled
Temporary Work Experience training positions
available for eligible Native Americans include training in the following paid positions:

Retail Clerk/Reception Desk
Building Maintenance
Brushing/Hand Tool Cleanup/Repair

Once temporary work experience is completed, participants are provided placement services to assist them in obtaining and retaining permanent employment placement.

Please fill out online intake at intake.ncidc.org to determine Eligibility for these and other Temporary Work Experience Training Positions.
Da'luk Counseling Services
Limited, weekly 1:1 secure and confidential VIRTUAL counseling services via Zoom available for Tribal Youth and Young Adults ages 12–26, residing in Humboldt and Del Norte Counties.
Upcoming Events
Vaccine Clinics
Covid Vaccine clinics at various times and locations.
COVID Vaccine clinics in the Northern California counties of Humboldt, Del Norte, Trinity, and Siskiyou.

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Emergency Assistance
Available Now

We can help with these!

Using Community Service Block Grant (CSBG) Funds provided through the CARES Act, statewide emergency assistance is available for Native Households located in California that have been affected by the pandemic.  It does not matter if you are on or off reservation, or if you are from an out-of-state Tribe.  Even Native Hawaiians and Alaskan Natives may be eligible for this program if they live in the State of California.

NCIDC is committed to giving any support we can in this time of crisis, continuing our work providing services to eligible low-income Native Americans (this can include emergency rental assistance, food costs, cleaning supplies, and other emergency expenses).

Specific services include:

Housing Assistance:

  • pay current and past due rent

  • prevent eviction or foreclosure
  • to obtain suitable housing
  • or provide assistance to homeless families transitioning to permanent housing.

Utility Assistance:

  • pay past due

  • prevent disconnection of utilities
  • and/or to restore services.

Nutrition services:

  • for limited food resources.

To see if you qualify
apply at intake.ncidc.org

For a printable pdf flyer for this program, click here

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