The “Native American Voters Alliance” (NAVA) non-profit organization has sent out an invitation to native families in the area. They will be holding a “Native American Health Insurance Enrollment Clinic” at Albuquerque, N.M. It will be on Wednesday Dec. 11, 2013 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. It is an enrollment opportunity for all natives & their families.
According to the NAVA email invitation it says that you - “Come learn about your options when it comes to healthcare coverage for Native American families in NM. We can help you get enrolled the same evening.” (Door prizes, refreshments & snacks will be served).
NAVA is located at - 3415 Carlisle NE - Albuquerque, N.M. 87176. - For more information on signing up. You can call Bineshi Albert at - 1-(505)-246-1819.
NAVA encourages Native Americans in the city of Albuquerque to register to vote. Their main issues include, “Vote to Increase the Minimum Wage (Albuquerque, NM)”, “Support for Funding Early Childhood Development Programs (Constitutional Amendment)” & “Oppose Social Promotion” & “Support for the Tribal Infrastructure Fund.” You can visit NAVA's official website for complete information on their campaign issues.
NAVA & their sister organization the “NAVA Education Project” (NAVAED) says that - “Our mission is to unite community stakeholders to actively improve the quality of life for Native American communities and protect the continuity of Native American cultures.”
“We promote awareness and action on issues facing Native American communities through community organizing and education strategies. We are committed to social, economic and environmental justice principles that advance healthy and sustainable communities for Native families living in New Mexico.”
“We seek to ensure fairness while creating opportunities for Native American families to succeed in both our traditional and contemporary world. Join us as we build a secure and healthy future for Native American people living in New Mexico.”