American Indian Clubhouse

The American Indian Clubhouse, a department within United American Indian Involvement, Inc (UAII), addresses the needs of youth within our community, ages 5-17. This department is comprised of the Clubhouse after-school and weekend youth group, and a high school program (Central High School) administered by the Los Angeles Unified School District.

 American Indian Community Council

The mission of the AICC is to strengthen the overall wellness of the LA American Indian children, families, and community through leadership development, community organizing, self determination, and cultural values.

 

 

 American Indian Families Partnership

Partnerships for Families – Improve the quality of services and supports for families in high-risk situations. Increase the capacity of community partners to mobilize resources that serve high-risk families. Promote the prevention of child abuse and neglect. Other services and programs include Healthy Births, Best Babies, Prenatal Through Three, School Readiness, Workforce Development.

 

American Indian Recruitment Program

Established with the ideals of promoting higher education and success in academics in the American Indian community. To successfully achieve such an ideal the AIR Program is dedicated towards the successful completion of high school for our student participants. The AIR Program, therefore, offers supplemental educational instruction through tutoring, mentoring, and various activities designed to achieve success within high school and higher education.

 

American Indian Scholarship Fund of Southern California

The American Indian Scholarship Fund of Southern California is a non-profit,
tax-exempt organization that raises funds to provide scholarships for American Indian
students attending trade schools, community colleges and universities in Southern
California.

 

Autry Museum of the American West

The Autry Museum of the American West is a history museum dedicated to exploring and sharing the stories, experiences, and perceptions of the diverse peoples of the American West. Located in Griffith Park, the Autry’s collection of over 500,000 pieces of art and artifacts, which includes the collection of the Southwest Museum of the American Indian, is one of the largest and most significant in the United States.

 

California American Indian Recovery Services (CAIRS)

CAIRS is a statewide substance abuse treatment and recovery support program administered by the California Rural Indian Health Board (CRIHB).  We work to empower American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) people in California to break the cycle of drug and alcohol addiction and achieve long-term recovery. If you or someone you love is suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction, we can help you get Clinical Treatment or Recovery Support Services.


California Indian Culture & Sovereignty Center

Mission: The California Indian Culture and Sovereignty Center will foster collaborative research and community service relationships between the faculty, staff, and students of CSU San Marcos and members of local Tribal communities, for the purpose of developing and conducting research projects which support the maintenance of sovereignty and culture within those communities.   

Haramonkngna American Indian Cultural Center

A project of Pukúu Cultural Community Services, a native non-profit organization, which strives to share Native American history, heritage, and culture of the five regional tribes of the Angeles National Forest. Located on Angeles Crest Hwy (2), the Cultural Center features a Visitors Center & Museum, Gathering Circle, Art Gallery, and Angeles National Forest hiking trails. The Cultural Center presents various programs, festivals, and exhibitions annually from spring to fall.