Trunk-or-Treat Halloween Celebration
Tuesday, October 27, we will have our annual Halloween celebration from 6-8pm. The celebration will be held in our parking lot where vehicle trunks are decorated for family fun, activities and healthy treats.
You can learn how to help save a life from suicide by attending the next safeTALK (Suicide Alertness for Everyone) training here at American Indian Health and Family Services. In about three hours, you can learn to recognize people who may be at risk of suicide, how to open up discussion, keep them safe, and refer them to appropriate services. Up to 30 people may enroll for this free training scheduled for 1 – 4 p.m. Friday, November 6, 2015. If you have questions or would like to register, contact Karen Marshall at KMarshall@AIHFS.org or at (313) 846-6030, ext. 1404.
Women’s Sweat Lodge
Saturday, November 7, we will be having a sweat lodge teachings and ceremony by Bea Jackson for women and young ladies. The Fire and Teachings will be at 3pm. We will enter the lodge at dark. Bring a small dish to share if you can. For more info contact Nickole Fox 313-846-3718 or email email@example.com
Wednesday, November 11, AIHFS will be closed in observance of Veterans day.
Community Sweat Lodge
Saturday, November 14, we will be having a community sweat lodge. The conductor will be Tony Davis of the Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa. The fire will start around 10am and the community will enter the lodge around noon. For more info, Nickole Fox, 313-846-6030 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday November 18, from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm in the AIHFS Social Hall. The Systems of Care Grant here at AIHFS will be hosting a traditional Ghost Supper to celebrate the time we’ve had with those we know and love that have walked on. There will be an opening prayer followed by a teaching about Ghost Suppers by Frank Ettawageshik. There will also be song and drum with a sacred fire. A main course will be provided and you can feel free to bring a sampling of your loved one’s favorite dish to pass if you like. The invitation is open to all, Miigwetch. For more info please contact System of Care Project Director, Bob Davis, at 313-846-6030.
U of M Graduate Horizons
Help spread the word! Do you know Native college students or college graduates who are seeking to apply to graduate or professional school? Graduate Horizons is a competitive graduate school admission workshop for Native college students and college graduates. For more info here is their website. http://www.graduatehorizons.org/
Native One-stop Portal
The official benefits website of the United States, http://www.Benefits.gov, launched a portal of resources for Native American, Alaskan Native, and tribal populations. The portal, Native One-Stop, provides information about the services that are available through the Federal government. Native One-Stop conveniently houses any service that these populations may need with topics ranging from assistance for populations with severe disabilities to congressional internships for Native Americans.
The following 3 Church of Latter Day Saints locations should be able to provide family members with coats, shoes, blankets, and additional clothing. Families should bring their own bag to carry clothes. No vouchers are required on Saturday, but those that go on Friday can say Calvin Modawell’s name and say that they didn’t have time to get a voucher but it should be taken care of.
When: Friday, October 23 (9-5) and Saturday, October 24 (9-12)
Where: 3 Locations at the Church of Latter Day Saints (Roseville is recommended because of way shorter lines)
- 16965 E 12 Mile, Roseville
- 20201 Rotunda Dr, Dearborn
- 23190 W 9 Mile, Southfield
For more please call Michelle Vincil at 248-688-2837