About Us

Native American LifeLines, Inc. is a Title V Indian Health Services contracted Urban Indian Health Program, founded in the year 2000 as Lifelines Foundation, Inc., in Baltimore, Maryland. Native American LifeLines expanded services to Boston, Massachusetts, in 2011, and currently serves Urban American Indians and Alaska Natives in both the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions. Our behavioral health program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).

NAL Leadership, Staff, and Contractors

Native American LifeLines Board of Directors

  • Kyle Harmon, President (Nanticoke)

  • Rick Kelly, Vice President and Secretary (Nottoway)

  • Kiros Auld, Treasurer (Pamunkey)

  • Jennifer Night Bird Miller, Board Member (Metis)

  • Stephanie Cassidy, Board Member (Oglala Lakota)

Native American LifeLines of Boston Board of Directors

  • Josh Hudson, President (Bay Mills Indian Community)

  • Nena Howlingcrane, Treasurer (Pawnee)

  • Hannah Slattery, Board Member




Contracted Providers and Support Services