Non Profits links
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  Link   Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Tribal Partners Program
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's IAQ Tribal Partners website was launched to bring together the community of tribal IAQ professionals to share, network and learn in order to take action to promote healthy indoor environments in tribal commu
  Link   Little Earth of United Tribes
Little Earth of United Tribes is the largest urban Indian housing community in the country. Little Earth is entirely a Section 8 property, all rents are based on your income. The project is operated with preference for American Indian, currently the
  Link   Minneapolis American Indian Center
The Minneapolis American Indian Center is one of the oldest urban Indian Centers in the country. MAIC preserves and supports cultural traditions through the arts, youth and intergenerational programs.
  Link   American Indians in Unity
American Indians in Unity is focused on building unity though housing. We envision a community where American Indian people live in stable, safe, affordable and culturally-meaningful housing. We believe that stable housing is the basis for success
  Link   Minnesota American Indian Chamber of Commerce
The Minnesota American Indian Chamber of Commerce provides services for Chamber members in education, networking, and technical assistance. Some of the services the MAICC provides are: a bi-monthly Hot Sheet that gives important events and announceme
  Link   Minnesota Department of Health-Minority and Multicultural Health
While public health in Minnesota has the responsibility to address all populations and identify and address all health disparities, the Office of Minority and Multicultural Health (OMMH) exists to focus attention on the disparities in health status a
  Link   MIGIZI Communications
MIGIZI Communication’s mission is to effect and contribute to social justice and positive change by committing resources to telecommunications, education, health/wellness, and other areas that contribute to capacity-building within the American India
  Link   Minnesota Indian Affairs Council
The Indian Affairs Council is the official liaison between state and tribal governments, and advisor to the state on urban Indian issues and concerns. Created by the Legislature in 1963, the mission of the Indian Affairs Council as mandated in statue
  Link   Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center
Mission: To assist American Indian women so they can enjoy a better quality of life for themselves and their families. The Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center (MIWRC) is a non-profit social and educational services organization committed to the
  Link   Minnesota Tribal Resources for Early Childhood Care (MnTRECC)
To serve as a foundation and a link where child care and other early childhood programs can gain access to resources and information that will enhance and strengthen the child care delivery system for American Indian children and families throughout
  Link   National Indian Council on Aging, Inc.
55 Or Older with a limited income. Desire to train 20-25 Hours per week. Interested in paid community service. Many types of training jobs are available: computers, clerical, receptionist, greeter, cook, dishwasher, mailroom attendant, child care, ja
  Link   Native American Community Clinic
NACC's Mission: To promote wellness and regular Health maintenance in Native American families; to decrease the health disparities of Native Americans in the Metropolitan area; to assure access to quality health care regardless of ability to pay. Ser
  Link   Native American Community Development Institute (NACDI)
NACDI Mission: To partner with American Indian communities to build and execute 21st century community development strategies. The Native American Community Development Institute (NACDI) is an American Indian intermediary organization - the first of
  Link   Native Americans in Philanthropy
Native Americans in Philanthropy seeks to engage Native and non-Native peoples in understanding and advancing the role of philanthropy through practices that support Native traditional values for current and future generations.
  Link   Native American Special Project
(Located in the Center for Lifelong Learning the program assists American Indian adults who need help in obtaining their G.E.D. certificate and who need help in basic skills and/or brush-up. The Indian program is currently integrated within the St. P
  Link   Peta Wakan Tipi
Transitional housing and support services for homeless and recovering American Indians. Also programs for the broader Indian community, as well.
  Link   The Two Feathers Fund of The Saint Paul Foundation
The Two Feathers Fund is specifically focused on the involvement of the American Indian community. Its goal is to provide a culturally sensitive, community response philanthropic vehicle for addressing the needs within the Indian communities of Minne
  Link   Women of Nations
Women of Nations, is a non-profit organization that formed in 1982, to provide culturally specific services for American Indian battered women and children. It’s mission is to provide supportive services, including crisis intervention, advocacy and
  Link   Legal Rights Center, Inc.
The Legal Rights Center provides free criminal defense for low income people, people of color, American Indians, juveniles, and adults in Hennepin County. We also offer social referral services and restorative justice opportunities. LRC attorneys, co
  Link   Waite House
Family Advocate services: short-term crisis intervention, Father's group, Young Girls Group, Senior Citizen meeting, long term plans for goal achievements, cultural celebrations, family recreation, youth recreation activities. Nutrition: Free hot lun
  Link   Indigenous Peoples Task Force
The purpose of the Indigenous Peoples Task Force is to enhance the health and education of native peoples. Services include: Youth and Adult prevention services, Housing to people living with HIV. Native Arts High School (grades 7-12) tobacco prevent
  Link   Indian Health Board of Minneapolis (IHB)
Indian Health Board offers complete primary health care services to the Indian community of the Twin Cities Metropolitan area. Transportation: Rides are available for IHB appointments or referrals. Boundaries: Minneapolis city limits.
  Link   Indian Child Welfare - Hennepin County Human Services & Public Health
The purpose of the Department of Children Family and Adult Services Indian Child Welfare Section is to ensure compliance with State and Federal statutes through respectful collaborations with communities and Tribal Nations; in order to protect and to
  Link   First Nations Recovery Center
A Native American, outpatient, intensive 26 week treatment program providing mental and chemical health services, gender specific group, living skills development, emotional/relational development, family education counseling, and optional spiritual
  Link   Fairview Chemical Dependency Treatment Services
Referrals can be made to Forest Lake-Residential Facility, 651-982-2069, has cultural support services that include specific cultural programming that address the needs of Native American and African American clients including - culturally relevant
  Link   Episcopal Diocese of Minnesota - Department of Indian Work
Minnesota Committee on Indian Work is the program department of the Episcopal Diocese of Minnesota which coordinates, gives direction and vision to the work of the Diocese of Minnesota with Indian people. The board of directors is made up of represen
  Link   American Indian OIC (AIOIC)
American Indian OIC is an organization of generations learning together to promote education, employment and training to empower future generations. AIOIC builds partnerships that remove barriers to employment, education, and economic development.
  Link   American Indian Family Empowerment Program - Grotto Foundation
To support and encourage American Indian families and individuals in the Twin Cities area to be of service to their community, connected to their culture and to have their own potential realized.
  Link   Department of Indian Work
Youth enrichment and parent education, emergency assistance with food and clothing (9:00 to 1:00 P.M. Mon-Fri.), cultural awareness on advocacy for American Indian issues. Food Shelf
  Link   Center School
Center School is a Phillip's neighborhood alternative Junior and Senior High School for at-risk American Indian youth. The goal is to provide quality culturally-based education in an interdisciplinary learning environment for junior high students and
  Link   Ain Dah Yung (Our Home) Center
Mission: To Assist American Indian Youth and families to thrive in safety, wholeness and a healing place within the community. Culturally specific emergency shelter for American Indian youth, ages 5 -17 years of age. Residential services are provi
  Link   American Indian Family Center
The purpose of the American Indian Family Center is to support families to help ensure the development of healthy children. We believe that parents can find strength in cultural traditions. It is the traditions and values of the “old ways” that wil
  Link   Hennepin County Medical Center- Native American Advocate
The primary responsibility of the Native Advocate Social Worker Assistant is to assist American Indian patients admitted to HCMC by providing advocacy services in the areas of health, social, cultural and spiritual needs. The NASWA secondarily works
  Link   First Nations Orphan Association
The First Nations Orphan Association (FNOA) offers advocacy to all adoptees and families in accordance with our traditional spiritual heritage and the policies of the Indian Child Welfare Act. FNOA’s activities serve to educate social service provid


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