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!


A Message to Our Community

The Derek Chauvin verdict is a step forward for George Floyd’s loved ones and for our community. At AIFC we look to this as a steppingstone to a transformed world. The AIFC family rallies behind all victims of violence and is eager to continue to support a Minnesota that nurtures…

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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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Happy Winter Solstice from AIFC!

As we mark the Winter Solstice, our Elder in Residence Nelda Goodman wanted to share a message about this special time of year. “Every season that changes, whether it’s the winter solstice, spring, summer or the fall, our people always celebrated that with a feast and the welcoming of the…

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Finding Meaning in Virtual Connections

Welcome to our new website and new blog! Just like our building before the pandemic, we want this site to be a place where the community can come to get connected to resources and programs and where we can share about all the great things happening at AIFC. Here are…

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