Resilience through Culture.
Meaning "Our Home" in Ojibwe, Ain Dah Yung Center provides a healing place within the community for American Indian youth and families to thrive in safety and wholeness.
Our Seven Programs
- Emergency Shelter
- Provides Culturally Responsive Emergency Shelter to Indigenous Youth in Crisis and Need of Housing
- Beverley A. Benjamin Youth Lodge
- A Residential Transitional Living Program for Youth ages 16 – 21
- Mino Oski Ain Dah Yung
- Permanent Supportive Housing for Young Adults Ages 18 - 24
- Culturally Responsive Afterschool Prevention Programming for Children and Teens
- Oyate Nawajin
- Support Services for Indigenous Families with the Goal of Keeping Families Together
- Street Outreach
- In-person Direct Services to Unhoused Youth Including Housing Assessments and Case Management
- Culturally Responsive Safe Harbor Services for Survivors of Exploitation and Trafficking