This space serves as an innovation hub that gives flight to the rich, natural social and small business entrepreneurship that has always existed in our communities but has long lacked adequate support and resources to flourish.
As the first step of Yee Ha’ólníi Doo’s extensive plan to strengthen our tribal communities to be pandemic proof and climate change resilient, we plan to develop community centers across the Navajo and Hopi nations.
Here, community members can create local, home-grown solutions for issues they experience first hand. Food security, entrepreneurship, mental health, language preservation, and culture will be strengthened and benefit the broader community.
Local Monument Valley business owner Sabrina Rodriguez talks about utilizing the Tsé Bii’ Ndzisgai Community Center for internet services to check and respond to emails.
Community Wellness Specialist Racheal Holiday said that while her worksite was under construction, she used the Tsé Bii’ Ndzisgai Community Center as a resource to maintain communications with clients and staff.
Community member Darrah Blackwater said the Tsé Bii’ Ndzisgai Community Center is a huge resource for the community.
"Even in the midst of struggle, even when nearly 45% of our households lack running water, when 30% lack electricity, and when over 75% of our people continue to experience food insecurity, love is what continues to hold our community together."
"I am so incredibly proud of the hard work that the Navajo & Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund, now Yee Ha'ólníi Doo, has put into revitalizing a sense of community, a sense of shared obligation, and really actualizing and manifesting k'é into reality."
-Honorable Delegate Carl Slater
Walk through our spaces virtually with Director Shandiin Herrera.
Watch our virtual Soft Opening with guest speakers from the community.
Computers, printers, and scanners are available for use in our business center.
Have your team or study group schedule time for meetings in our conference room.
Books by Native authors are available for use. Textbooks and other adult resources coming soon!
Use our shared workspace to work on independent projects.
Our classroom space is available for scheduled use. Curriculum programs will also soon be available here!
If you are interested in reserving our classroom or conference room, please fill out this form! Please note spaces are reserved for the current week only.
Our team is dedicated to keeping our community members safe while at our Community Center. Following the Navajo Nation's guidelines under code orange, we have implemented the following COVID-19 safety measures in our facility.