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What We Do

FSA TPA works with our tribal clients to develop original and creative solutions in order to meet their member/citizen benefit needs.  FSA offers the capability to create custom enrollment and application processes, communications, benefit plan designs, and audit and substantiation procedures.

  • General Welfare Benefits
  • Healthcare Benefits
  • Utility Benefits
  • Nutrition Benefits
  • Elder Benefits
  • Minor Benefits
  • Other Benefits:
    • Coronavirus Relief
    • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
    • Social Services Financial Assistance
    • Birthday/Holiday Benefit
    • Benefits for School Age Children
    • Additional incentives

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Housing Programs for Primary Residence

  • Mortgage or Rent Payments
  • Down Payments or Security Deposits
  • Homeowner/Renters Insurance
  • Homeowners Association Dues
  • Property Taxes
  • Home Rehabilitation, Repair or Remediation

Cultural and Religious Programs

Expenses related to participation in a tribe’s cultural, social, religious, or community activities including:

  • Pow-wows, ceremonies, and traditional dances
  • Expenses related to tribal courses and programs
  • Funeral and Burial Expenses

Education Programs

Tuition Payments, Room and Board, School Supplies, Transportation to and from:

  • Pre-K - 12
  • College/University
  • Online Education
  • Vocational/Technical School
  • Continuing or Alternative Education

Elder and Disabled Programs

Members age 55 and above (or as defined by the tribe) or who are mentally or physically disabled (as defined under applicable law, including but not limited to tribal government disability codes) may include:

  • Meals
  • Daily household need assistance
  • Transportation
  • Housing Improvements

Health & Long-Term Care

Medical, Pharmacy, Dental, & Vision-related expenses.


  • Care for Qualified Non-Members (Ages 12 and Under)
  • Care for a spouse or relative that is not physically or mentally able to care for him/herself


  • Nutritional Food
  • Non-alcoholic Beverages
  • Supplements
  • Nonprescription Drugs


  • Electricity
  • Water, Sewer, Waste
  • Natural Gas/Propane
  • Telephone Services (landline; cellular)
  • Internet Services
  • Cable/Satellite Services


Expenses for transportation between the tribal reservation (or primary residence) and essential public service facilities such as medical clinics, grocery stores, etc.

Emergency Circumstances

Provide assistance to individuals in exigent circumstances (including but not limited to victims of abuse)

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