We are always seeking new ways to support our students. Many require additional support like food, housing, transportation, and more. AIOIC provides this support any way we can.

This month, we are thrilled to announce our latest partnerships that will help our students complete training and find employment:

Good in the Hood:
We’ve teamed up with Good in the Hood to host a monthly “Food Shelf in a Box.” This service will provide groceries to individuals and families in need. Students will be able to select their food items in a grocery style format while being assisted by personal shoppers. Not only is this a great resource for our students and clients, but it is a wonderful opportunity for volunteers!

AIOIC will host a pilot program for the next three months, serving a pre-selected group of clients. After that, this resource will be open to all AIOIC and Takoda clients.

Hennepin County Veterans Services:
We’ll be welcoming a representative from the Hennepin County Veterans Services every third Wednesday of the month from 1 – 4 PM. This representative will help connect our Native veteran clients to benefits like housing assistance, disability and pension, medical benefits, and mental and chemical health resources.

Pilamaya and miigwech to all of our community partners!