Our Mission is to empower American Indian women and families to exercise their cultural values and integrity, and to achieve sustainable life ways, while advocating for justice and equity. READ MORE >>
MIWRC creates effective programming based on listening to community voices and understanding what works. All clients are met with respect and dignity in a safe environment. READ MORE >>
MIWRC provides housing, early childhood learning, family support and education to build strength in American Indian families and the community. Our asset-based approach to this work requires a strong infrastructure including accurate and transparent financial systems and quality staffing. We cannot do this without your support and service. There are many ways you can help us serve our community.
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The Learning Center works to educate statewide professionals and community members about American Indian reality from both a historical and contemporary perspective and how it relates to current alcohol, tobacco, and other drug (ATOD) issues impacting the American Indian Community. With a focus on prevention, the Learning Center achieves this through library services, research, publications, presentations, workshops, and collaborative efforts. Computers are available for community use and staff are ready to provide assistance with ATOD prevention and genealogy research. READ MORE >>