Community Involvement

Long before gaming was an option for Native Americans, the Hopland Band of Pomo Indians made strides to improve our economic situation for tribal members and the local community.

The consolidated tribal health project was formed to address health issues within tribal communities. Today the local community benefits by serving at large with out-patient and in-home health care for thousands in mendocino county.

The Northern Circle Indian Housing Authority (NCIHA) is a combined effort amongst several local tribes who work to improve the living conditions of tribal members. The NCIHA currently manages 2000 homes in mendocino and surrounding counties.

The Hopland Band of Pomo Indians values the stability of our local economy. As our personal contribution, we regularly provide support to our local community including sponsorships, contributions, and donations. Some of the organizations include:

  • City of Ukiah — Sunday concerts
  • Hopland Volunteer Firefighters
  • Ukiah Food Bank
  • Ukiah High School
  • Ukiah Lions
  • Ukiah Senior Center
  • Ukiah Unified School

We appreciate the relationships we have built with local businesses, organizations and non-profit groups and look forward to working with many more to benefit our community.