The Oyate Nawajin (Stand With The People) Programs are designed to keep American Indian families together and strong by providing the knowledge, skills and resources they need to provide a safe, stable environment for their children.
The Ain Dah Yung Center is committed to serving families with a variety of needs. Therefore participants may self refer, be referred by Ain Dah Yung Center staff, community agencies, St. Paul Public Schools, and Ramsey County Children and Family Services.
Family Advocacy Programming
Includes a variety of services focused on the preservation and reunification of American Indian families. These services are provided through family groups, parenting education, resource acquisition, and advocacy with a cultural base.
Provides services for families whom are currently experiencing or at risk of experiencing out of home placement of a child.
Provides services to families who have been identified by Ramsey County Child Protection. This program uses strength – based interventions and involves the family in planning for and selecting services to assist them achieving positive outcomes while in Child Protection case management.
If you have a family in need or are a family in need of services, please contact Sheri Riemers, Programs & HR Director for program specifics.
P: 651.227.4184 ext. 14
Click here to download the Family-Advocate-Program-Referral-Form and return it to Sheri Riemers.