• Behavioral Health 
  • Family & Youth ​ 

Services:

Vision
Where American Indian Families Thrive!

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Where American Indian Families Thrive!

The AIFC values and adheres to the Charities Review Council’s Accountability Standards

Family Membership
The AIFC encourages families to participate in our activities and services and in doing so can become a member of our Family Center.

History
The American Indian Family Center was initially started in 1994 under the umbrella of the Ramsey County Children's Initiative. In 1995, a location was identified and the doors opened to families for services in 1997.  Articles of Incorporation and temporary federal status as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization was achieved in 1997 with permanent status in 2001. The AIFC is now a recipient of multiple grants through private and public sources.


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

Foundation: 

The Medicine Wheel is a circular process of physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing. Used as the foundation of the organization and all AIFC programming the Medicine Wheel promotes balance, harmony and interconnectedness for all generations.