AMERICAN INDIAN FAMILIES PARTNERSHIP
"Keeping Our Families Together"
Call us @ 323-274-1070
A. I. F. P. NEWS
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In-Home Visitation Family Advocacy Emergency Food/Shelter
Parenting Education Crisis Counseling And More!
A collaboration of Los Angeles County public agencies
that serve urban Indians is delivering a state-wide initiative of child
abuse prevention to the Indian community. The Partnerships for Families
program is designed to provide the needs of pregnant women and
families with children age five years or younger who are at risk for
child maltreatment in Los Angeles County.
American Indian Families Partnership promotes the prevention of
child maltreatment by assisting high risk Indian families to live in
physically and emotionally safe environments.
Southern California Indian Center, Inc. is the fiscal agent for this newly
developed county-wide program. The American Indian Families Partnership
is a joint effort of existing native, and non-native service agencies
serving the County of Los Angeles.
The collaboration includes:
First 5 LA
United American Indian Involvement,
LAUSD Indian Education Program (Title VII),
American Indian Community Council,
Fernandeno Tataviam Band of Mission Indians,
Torres-Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians,
Sandoval Consulting Services,
Varenchik & Associates Consultants,
El Studio Granados,
The Autry National Center,
More details and direct links on "Partners" page.
We Need Your Help!
We need new toys and books, new and gently-used baby clothes.
Bring your tax-deductable donations to the AIFP headquarters at 5809 North Figueroa Street Los Angeles, Calif. 90042, or call us at 323-274-1070.
THE AIFP TOY DRIVE
Your help is greatly appreciated.
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American Indian Families Partnership Director: Barbara Arvi
Direct questions about the
Partnerships for Families program
to: American Indian Families Partnership
Our facility is located at
5809 North Figueroa Street Los Angeles, Calif. 90042
Telephone: 323-274-1070 Fax: 323-972-1575