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
- 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
Donate to the Minosidoon Campaign
Throughout 2020 and 2021, Ain Dah Yung Center is gearing up for our Minosidoon Campaign. Meaning "Put in a Good Place" in Ojibwe, the goal of the Minosidoon Campaign is to build ADYC's capacity to sustain our mission across all of our seven programs well into the future.