Serving Indiana's Indigenous Population Since 1992
COVID-19 Vaccine Roll-Out
The following individuals are now eligible to register/receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Indiana: age 50+, Healthcare workers who have face-to-face interactions with patients/contact with infectious material, First Responders, initial groups of patients identified by their healthcare provider as highest risk of severe illness from COVID-19. These individuals will receive a unique registration link or may call 211 after receiving the notification: • Active dialysis patients • Sickle cell disease patients • Down syndrome • Post-solid organ transplant • People who are actively in treatment (chemotherapy, radiation, surgery) for cancer now or in the last three months, or with active primary lung cancer or active hematologic cancers (lymphoma, leukemia and multiple myeloma). For more information on eligibility, registration, vaccine location, vaccine safety, etc., please visit this link.
 
 
Peer Recovery Virtual Trainings Available!
AICI is partnering with the FSSA's Division of Mental Health and Addiction and White Bison, Inc. to provide Wellbriety training seminars in Indiana. The focus of Wellbriety is on Indigenous approaches to holistic recovery practices for individuals struggling with substance use disorder, as well as those dealing with different forms of trauma. For more information on Wellbriety, please visit:
 
 
   We are currently accepting registrations for the following training through March 19, 2021:
 
  Mending Broken Hearts
  March 31-April 2, 2021 
  Click here for more information.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
COVID-19 practices and information: Please see the drop-down menu above for more info about COVID-19 in Indiana, as well as a new vaccine survey.
 
 
 
 
 
The American Indian Center of Indiana, Inc. does not assist with genealogical research or establishing an individual's tribal identity or heritage.