Check out our latest newsletter to get an update from our CEO, Ashley Tuomi. There are also articles about our Digital Divide Survey partnership, a physician’s call for public health solutions for gun violence, a behavioral health essay from our BH director, the Dream Seekers drum naming, Young Detroit Drum, our Early Head Start program, and the residential school presentation at our community advisory council meeting. Please use this link to go to our online version:
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AIHFS april – june 2018 Newsletter
Dream Seekers Calendar
The April calendar for the AIHFS youth program, Dream Seekers, can be found at the WordPress version of these announcements. The Dream Seekers program is open to youth ages 8-17. For more info, Martha or Joe at 313-846-3718.
American Indian Festival
Saturday, April 28th, 12pm – 4pm, American Indian Communities Leadership Council will be presenting American Indian Festival in Algonac Mi at Algonac High School. Make sure to say hi to our AIHFS representatives who’ll be doing outreach there. This is a free event that is open to the public and there will be powwow dancing, American Indian crafts, and a food sale.
Community Advisory Council Meeting
Thursday, May 17th, 5:30pm to 7:30pm, we will have a focus group regarding our suicide prevention programming. The first 20 participants registered will receive a gift card. You must be 18 years old or over to participate. RSVP to John Marcus, 313-846-3718 or email@example.com If under 18, please call or see flier for details.