No Late Night Clinic
Wednesday, September 2, we will not be having our usual late night hours for the clinic this week. Instead we will be open 8:30am – 5:30pm.
End of Summer Bash
Friday, September 4, 1pm-3pm, at Family Alliance for Change on 3627 W. Vernor, Detroit, there will be a school success readiness workshop. There will be food, fun, music, raffle and loaded backpacks. This is a free event.
Trauma in our Community
Hannahville is planning a community presentation on Sept. 11, 2015 on Historical Trauma with an amazing speaker, Darryl Tonemah. They have invited other Tribes and their citizens to attend for free (lunch also provided when you register by Aug. 31). This is an event supported by Honoring Our Children Initiative. Please share this information and if you or others from your community are interested in attending, please call Kris to register at (906) 723-2530.
Saturday, September 19, 10am-4pm here at AIHFS we will have Liz Akiwenzie. She will be talking about building positive healthy relationships. For more info contact Chantel Henry at 313-846-3718.
Indian Summer Day Powwow
Sunday, September 20, at 1 City Square in Warren, Mi. will be the 6th annual Indian Summer Day Powwow Cultural Exhibition. This event is hosted by South Eastern Michigan Indians, Inc. & the Warren Parks & Recreation. For more info 586-756-1350.
Substance Abuse Community Forum
Beginning in September at St. Mary Mercy Livonia there will be a free educational series designed to provide information about substance abuse, recovery and related issues. For more info 734-338-9580.
Please spread the word that we are starting our fall series of Childbirth Classes at American Indian Health in October! Classes are Wednesday evenings, 5:30-7:30pm, starting October 21 and running through December 2. Any pregnant women and partners/support people are welcome to register by contacting Healthy Start at 313-846-6030 ext. 1300.
Native American Heritage Day
September 26, across from the Nankin Mills interpretive center, 33175 Ann Arbor Trail, Westland, Mi. from 1-5pm. Join AIHFS as we help celebrate the 75th anniversary of one of our partners, the North American Indian Association, with Native American singing, dancing, craft items and food for sale. The cost is free and should be a great family event.
The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community is looking for a Bemidji Area Leaders in Action (BALAC) Coordinator. This position is located in Baraga, Michigan. For more info click on this pdf BALAC Coordinator in Baraga Michigan