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Native American Resources
Additional Help is Available
In addition to the assistance provided by our Native American Outreach Services program, you may be able to get help from the following organizations.
- American Indian Health & Family Services
Provides health care and support for those seeking and maintaining wellness.
- American Indian Services, Inc.
Provides assistance with case management, school programs, counseling, food, utilities and other support.
- American Indian Urban Organizations
Provides support and services to Indian groups and individuals.
- Foster Care Navigator Program
American Indian/Alaska Native persons/families interested in becoming licensed for foster care or adoption may contact Jackie Gant, Native American Outreach Specialist at 855-MICHKIDS to learn more.
- North American Indian Association of Detroit, Inc.
Promotes self-sufficiency through education assistance, employment training and awareness of available human services; foster and preserve North American Indian culture and heritage.
- Michigan Indian Employment and Training Services, Inc.
Assists Native American residents with employment services.
- Uniting Three Fires Against Violence
Michigan's Native American Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalition: 906-253-9775