Requires HHS to consult with DOL to conduct demonstration projects to provide education and training to qualifying individuals in high-pay and high-demand health care occupations. Requires consultation and coordination with state TANF programs, as well as local and state workforce investment boards. Provides for certain assurances of such opportunities for Indian populations via explicit award information, as well as delineates key details relative to eligibility information (e.g., states, state TANF programs, tribal colleges or universities, etc.). Also authorizes a 3-year demonstration project, to begin by September 23, 2011, to develop training and certification programs for personal or home care aides. Appropriates $85 million for each of FYs 2010-2012 to carry out such programs, though requires that $5 million of such appropriation for each of FYs 2010-2012 be applied to demonstration projects relating to training and certification programs for personal and home care aides. Also extends the $5 million appropriation of Family-to-Family Health Information Centers for each of FYs 2009-2012.