Women’s Sweat Lodge
Thursday, July 23, we will be having a sweat lodge for women and young ladies. Please come early to help with the preparations. Bring a small dish to share if you can. For more info contact Nickole Fox 313-846-3718 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Supreme Court Upholds Subsidies in King v. Burwell
The Supreme court voted 6-3 to uphold the subsidies and the interpretation of the Internal Revenue Services that individuals in all 50 states should be able to access these subsidies. This is an excerpt from the most recent blog posting by our Agency Director, Ashley Tuomi. Click here to go to her blog and read the rest of the entry.
“System of Care” Connections Community Picnic
June 30, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm, at Claude Allison Park is a free event for the entire family. We welcome you out to explore what your system of care looks like. Join us for fun family filled day, enjoy food, d.j., bounce house, fun and games. Transportation is available at 3 locations. Call Care Coordinator if you wish to reserve your spot, 313-846-6030.
NAIA Job Posting
The North American Indian Association is looking for an Office Assistant. For more info email@example.com. Job description is in the following pdf.
NAIA -Office Assistant-Job Posting 6-26-15
Grow Your Own Food
July 30th, at the North American Indian Association you can learn how to grow your own food in small spaces. Learn what grows well in containers and how to care for you plants. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 313-535-2966 by July 17th to reserve your supplies.
Free Monday Movies
At the MSU Detroit Center, 3408 Woodward ave., will be a monthly gathering celebrating the connections between health, agriculture, food security, the economy, community and earth. This 2015 Movie Night series is a collaborative project supported by: American Indian Health and Family Services, Boggs Center, Detroit Black Community Food Security Network, Earthworks, Fender Bender, Great Lakes Bioneers Detroit, Keep Growing Detroit, NOW (local chapter), The Green Burial Council and The Greening of Detroit. Thanks to Great Lakes Bioneers Detroit for facilitation and to MSU-Office of the Vice President for Governmental Affairs for providing the venue.