Cultural Events & Activities

Cultural Services:
An important part of our program is integrating cultural and traditional services into our treatment. We implement therapeutic and care coordination services that are culturally centered using a theoretically supported and practiced competencies that understand and appreciate diversity among and within American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) populations.


Some of the cultural activities that are provided to AI/AN clients either individually or as a group includes:

  • Beading
  • Drumming
  • Singing and Dancing
  • Language Classes
  • Sage Picking
  • Traditional Games and Crafts
  • Talking Circles
  • Individual Traditional Counseling
  • Equine Assisted Growth and Healing Services


UAII’s Annual 2019 Thanksgiving Community Feed

  UAII’s Annual 2019 Community Feed was a huge success. It took place on Thursday, November 21st in the UAII Community Room, providing a warm, welcoming environment for all, and inspiring joy, togetherness, and spiritual renewal for young and old alike.   Scrumptious homemade food was the focus. “Food is
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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and UAII: Building Strength Through Understanding

  November is Native American Indian Heritage Month, and communities across America are celebrating the many contributions of American Indians and Alaska Natives to our nation. The theme of this year’s observance is “Honoring our Nations: Building Strength Through Understanding,” commemorating the national sovereignty and military service of America’s First
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American Indian Clubhouse Develops Future Leaders

The American Indian Clubhouse (AIC) Youth Council is an advisory board comprised of youth-elected officers that support the AIC at many community functions. The council members also serve as ambassadors in our community through an array of special committees, which include the following: education, health/wellness, prevention, culture, and leadership.  In
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Healthy Lifestyles for Native Families

We are excited to announce that the UAII Strengthening All Generations through traditional Experience (S.A.G.E.). The project has restarted the Walking Club at Echo Park Lake! With two sessions per month on the first and third Thursdays from 4:30 pm-5:30 pm, participants now have the unique opportunity to walk with
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