Serving Indiana's Indigenous Population Since 1992
 
The American Indian Center of Indiana (AICI) Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization that promotes the empowerment of American Indians/Alaska Natives and Native Hawai'ians in Indiana to achieve personal, social, cultural, and economic growth that enhances their quality of life; also, AICI promotes the strengthening of mutual understanding and respect among Indian and non-Indian people in Indiana. In striving to accomplish this, AICI provides culturally appropriate and high-quality workforce development, health outreach, and cultural education services.
 
Mission Statement
The mission of AICI shall be to promote unity and well being among Indiana's American Indians, Alaska Natives, and other people indigenous to the United States through personal, economic, social, health outreach and cultural education development; and to promote the strengthening of mutual understanding and respect among Indian and non-Indian people in Indiana.
 
Vision Statement
The American Indian Center of Indiana, Inc. aspires to promote a sense of unification among the American Indian people in Indiana to achieve personal, economic, social, and cultural development.
 
Organizational History
A chronological history of the organization from its beginning in 1992.  
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