Entries by AICH

New Volunteer Services Referral Coordinator

Assistance with referrals! Johanne Brown joined the AICH volunteer team this week. Johanne is a graduate student at Alliance Theological Seminary in Manhattan and has experience in case management and job development. She will be assisting with intake and referrals for individuals seeking medical insurance, health and wellness, housing information and general to specific inquiries […]


New York/ New Jersey Workforce Investment Native American Program Funding available for Native American clients in both NY and NJ Become Employable! EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR NATIVE AMERICANS!! Financial Aid available for state and federally recognized Native American students. Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act approved certification programs. Limited college tuition funding available Must be […]

New Volunteer AICH Publicity Coordinator

Hello, My name is Joshua James, 36, and I am from the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Nation on the coast of the California/Oregon border. I have worked in the Hospitality industry since High School and I avidly sing & play the Ukulele, surf, and brew beer. My family of 7 moved to Hawaii from the reservation in […]

Volunteer Services Referral Coordinator

We now have a volunteer Health and Social Services Coordinator working two days per week.  The Coordinator can provide information on accessing emergency health care, Medicaid or Medicare applications, and referrals to case management and health care navigator services.  Please contact Johanna Brown (Chickasaw) at 646-575-3638 for more information.

AICH New Volunteer Executive Director Curtis Harris-Davia

Greetings AICH Community I am Curtis Harris Davia, San Carlos Apache, and I am honored to have been asked to step in as the temporary volunteer Executive Director at AICH. I arrived in New York City in 1989 and my first day I went to the Community House at 404 Lafayette St. I was greeted […]

American Indian Community House “Germ City Exhibit” at the Museum Of The City Of New York now through April 28th, 2019.

A fascinating look at New York City’s battle against infectious disease. Man and microbes have always co-habited, and their relationship has had a profound influence on human history—especially in cities, the crossroads of the movements of people, goods, and germs. Germ City: Microbes and the Metropolis explores the complex story of New York’s long battle […]

The Whitney and the American Indian Community House co-host March Social

We would like to thank all our volunteers, sponsors, and community members who help keep these socials going into the future generations to come. Article Written by Rick Chavolla, Sasha Wortzel, Sheldon Raymore, with photos by photographer Filip Wolak. “We thank all of you for being here.  It’s really, really special to us to be in […]


GENERAL, NONPROFIT PROFILE Originally published on MAR 14, 2018 By ALEJANDRA O’CONNELL-DOMENECH Research suggests that learning Lakota and other indigenous languages can improve overall health among Native Americans. (Illustration by Zach Williams/ NYN Media) In a small room in the basement of New York University, Aru Apaza sits with a group of a dozen others and gushes […]