Youth Services

UAII offers several youth services and programs that provide support and guidance to help children, teens and young adults ages 5 – 18 succeed and become self-sufficient. This includes understanding Native culture, educational support and tutoring, job skills and creating a resume, substance abuse prevention and teen pregnancy awareness, suicide counseling, foster care support, and important leadership and team skills building. UAII is here to help youth take their first steps into adulthood with confidence.


  • After-School Program (American Indian Clubhouse) Tutoring and Workshops focused on Healthy Diets, Pregnancy and Education, Suicide Prevention, Science and Technology.
  • Education High School Program (Central High School established), Afterschool Tutoring, College Field Trips, and After School Tutoring.
  • Recreation Camps (28th Annual Robert Sundance Summer Camp) and Youth Team Sports (Basketball, Cheerleading, Archery, Hiking), and Cultural Knowledge of the Environment
  • Leadership Governing Council of the AIC Youth Council that promotes volunteering in the community, advocating with voices, equity and healing, and positive role models for peers.

Register for services or call (213)202-3970