#MMIW Wear Red for the Murdered & Missing

Countless indigenous women and girls have been murdered or missing. Most cases go unsolved.
AIHSC continues to raise awareness with events in 2022.

The Four Sacred Medicines

A brief history of The Four Sacred Medicines significance, application and value to Native American culture and spirituality.

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7 Sacred Branches Virtual & Tobacco Sessions

7 Sacred Branches Virtual & Tobacco Sessions

Virtual 7 Sacred Branches Session Join us Tuesday, May 24th • 5:30pm-7:00pm CST American Indian Health Services of Chicago continues our 7 Sacred Branches Teachings Program! Each teaching offers basic virtues to a full and healthy lifestyle. Come join us and your...

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Mother’s Day Speakers Marathon

Mother’s Day Speakers Marathon

Sarina, Tom & Reuben share stories of hope, strength & recovery to inspire & motivate. Join us Saturday May 14th • 8am PST - 8:30PM PST Host: Sarina Wámakȟa Ógŋake Íčante Wiŋ Lakota Prayer: Tom Hollow Horn Lakota Song: Reuben Fast Horse Speakers & Times: 8am Tom...

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7 Branches Hand Drum Making

7 Branches Hand Drum Making

Hand Drum Making Class Join us Wednesday, April 27th • 5pm-7pm The 7 Sacred Branches teachings hosted by American Indian Health Services of Chicago will be offering a Hand Drum making class on April 27th at 5pm. Brian Frejo leads this workshop to create your very own...

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Bemidji Area Cancer Report

Bemidji Area Cancer Report

Native Americans and Cancer According to the CDC, cancer is the second leading cause of death for Natives over age 45. Natives also have higher...

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7 Sacred Branches Tobacco Teachings & Workshop. Wednesday, May 25th, 5pm CST. Learn about the traditions and history of Tobacco and Native American culture in our 7 Sacred Branches Tobacco Teachings & Workshop on Wednesday May 25th at 5pm CST. Take part in an educational session about the ceremonial use of tobacco and contemporary commercial tobacco use and its affects on the body.HomeHomeThe session will be hosted by Brian Frejo (AIHSC Cultural Coordinator). EventBrite Registration: bit.ly/3sydUxm. Please contact Brian Frejo at bfrejo@aihschgo.org for more information. ... See MoreSee Less
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7 Sacred Branches Tobacco Teachings-Wed May 25, 5pm CST. A History of Tobacco and Native American culture. Session discusses ceremonial use of tobacco & commercial tobacco use.

Hosted by Brian Frejo (AIHSC Cultural Coordinator). EventBrite Registration: https://t.co/qh8zUrbkVA.

7 Sacred Branches Virtual Session Tuesday, May 24th, 5:30pm CST
Offers basic virtues to a full and healthy lifestyle. Hosted by Brian Frejo (AIHSC Cultural Coordinator) and Renee Van Doren (AIHSC Behavioral Health Director)! EventBrite Registration: https://t.co/m2huyaI673.

On May 14th at 8am PST Please join Host Sarina Wámakȟa Ógŋake Íčante Wiŋ (Recovery Relapse Peer Support Prevention Counselor for AIHSC), Tom Hollow Horn, Reuben Fast Horse for a Mother's Day Week Zoom Speaker Marathon. More Info and Zoom link here: https://t.co/uA7sgzZIvL

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