Due to Covid-19, all of our programming is currently virtual. Our building is closed to the public but AIFC is still here for you!

Helping American Indian Families Thrive

AIFC provides American Indian families with programs and services enriched by traditional American Indian values and culture.

Our Services

Our six service areas are intended to support our families through a holistic lens based in the foundation of our Medicine Wheel teachings.

Rooted in Culture

Our ceremonies and traditional ways of being guide every aspect of programming at American Indian Family Center.

Get Involved

You can be a part of the AIFC family! There are many ways to participate, contribute or volunteer to support our community.

“My favorite thing about AIFC is the staff, support, services available and the fact that I can bring my son with me. [At AIFC] he has a place here. Everything is so loving and caring, it’s like a huge family here.”

–Program Participant

Upcoming AIFC Events

January 25 | 6:00 pm

Men’s Virtual Support & Smudge Group

Join American Indian Family Center’s Father & Men’s Outreach Specialist Rich Antell every Monday for a virtual men’s group. This group will be meeting on… Read More

January 26 | 5:00 pm

Virtual Youth Tutoring

Our youth program Waaban Ogimaawag (Tomorrow’s Leaders) invites you to sign up for online tutoring. Join our Youth Empowerment Specialist Wakinyan LaPointe and volunteer tutors… Read More

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An Update From Our Khunsi Onikan Treatment Program

Khunsi Onikan (Grandmother’s Arms) Outpatient Treatment Program for Native women opened its doors last spring, just as Covid-19 caused all programming to be virtual. It was really an experiment in effectiveness for our brand new program. Most of the women who attend have small children, and most virtual treatment programs…

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Support Our Programming!

We are thankful to the generosity of our donors. Please consider giving what you can to support our programming.