SANTA ROSA HOUSING COMMITTEE
The Santa Rosa Housing Committee of the Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Indians strives to provide for efficient, safe, and habitable living conditions for Tribal Members, with priority being placed for Tribal Elders. Providing adequate housing for Tribal Members is a priority of the Tribe, which is accomplished through use of grant and tribal funding.
The Santa Rosa Housing Committee also oversees and implements the Tribe's Housing Assistance Program, which is provided to Santa Rosa Tribal Members who are eligible for this program.
The Personnel Committee is responsible for the oversight of the Tribal Administration staff. They work alongside Administration and Tribal Council to develop, update and enforce Personnel Policies and Procedures for all Tribal staff.
The Election Committee is responsible for all general elections of the Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Indians.
The Enrollment Committee is responsible for membership and enrollment duties of the Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Indians.
COMMUNITY EVENTS COMMITTEE
The Community Events Committee is responsible for cultural and holiday functions of the Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Indians.
SANTA ROSA SPORTS COMMITTEE
The Santa Rosa Sports Committee is responsible for organizing, coaching, and fund-raising for all Santa Rosa Youth Sports Activities.
PARKS AND RECREATION COMMITTEE
The Parks and Recreation Committee is responsible for the planning, fund-raising, and construction of Reservation parks and recreational facilities.
The Fiesta Committee is responsible for reviving, planning, fund-raising, and hosting Santa Rosa traditional fiestas.
OUTSIDE ORGANIZATIONS AND DELEGATES
ALL MISSION INDIAN HOUSING AUTHORITY (AMIHA)
The All Mission Indian Housing Authority was founded in 1970 and has worked to assist multiple California tribes meet their housing needs. The Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Indians are a proud member of the consortium and are afforded a seat on the AMIHA Board of Directors.
The Cahuilla Consortium was formed by several Cahuilla tribes to address domestic violence in their communities. The Cahuilla Consortium is a non-profit organization whose mission is to end violence and victimization in our tribal communities. The Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Indians are a proud consortium member and are afforded a delegate seat on the Cahuilla Consortium Victim Advocacy Programs board.
CALIFORNIA INDIAN MANPOWER CONSORTIUM, INC. (CIMC)
The California Indian Manpower Consortium, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides training, educational, economic development, and other activities to assist tribal communities and the Native American population in its expansive service area. The Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Indians are a proud consortium member and are afforded a delegate seat on the San Jacinto Geographic Service Area board.
CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN CANNABIS ASSOCIATION (CNACA)
The California Native American Cannabis Association is an organization of California tribes, lawyers, and allies whose goal is to ensure that California tribes are able to participate legally in the California Cannabis market as well as offering assistance to tribes interested in entering the cannabis world.
CALIFORNIA TRIBAL CHAIRPERSONS ASSOCIATION
NATIONAL CONGRESS OF AMERICAN INDIANS
NATIONAL INDIAN CHILD WELFARE ASSOCIATION
RIVERSIDE SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY INDIAN HEALTH, INC.
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TRIBAL CHAIRMEN'S ASSOCIATION
TRIBAL ALLIANCE OF SOVEREIGN NATIONS