Nansemond Indian Nation is a member of the Virginia Tribal Education Consortium (VTEC) focused on youth education. VTEC has developed Partnership Agreements with school districts across the Commonwealth to offer professional development for educators in Native culture, language, and history.
Our Environmental Program is funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Indian Environmental General Assistance Program (GAP) and other funding sources. We are focused on improved water quality and coastal resilience through 3 initiatives: oyster restoration, invasive plant removal, and native plant restoration.
Tribal citizens living in designated service areas can receive assistance through the Indian Health Service (IHS) Purchased/Referred Care Program (PRC). Click here to access the IHS Mid-Atlantic Service Unit website for additional information.
Indian Health Service Mid-Atlantic Service Unit 2023 Mobile Unit Calendar
Our Housing Program uses the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) annual Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) and other funding sources to support housing assistance programs for eligible Nansemond Tribal citizens.
COVID-19 Temporary Emergency Rental Assistance Program (Policy & Application)
HUD 2022 Annual Performance Report (APR) Public Notice:
The Nansemond Indian Nation must submit an Annual Performance Report 90 days after the end of our fiscal year – 30 September 2022. This report is available for review and comments. Should you desire a copy of the report, dated 31 December 2022, please contact Tim Emery, Tribal Administrator by email at Administrator@Nansemond.gov.