United Indians provides community services for Native Americans and Indigenous People including homelessness prevention, youth shelter, native elder services, veteran programs and more.
To learn more about the range of community services we offer, please explore the links below.
Labateyah Youth Home
United Indians’ Labateyah Youth Home provides a safe and nurturing environment for homeless youth, combining Native American wisdom and ceremony with modern health and social services, and has achieved exemplary results.
Launched in 2017, UIATF’s Homelessness Prevention Program serves individuals and families who are at imminent risk of eviction through a strengths-based program of case management and financial assistance.
Seattle Native Elders Program
United Indians of All Tribes Foundation (UIATF) was founded to serve as a focal point for the renewal and regeneration of Native Americans in the Greater Seattle area and beyond.
Native Workforce Services Program
NWSP supports comprehensive employment and training activities, because a skilled workforce is critical to the future of our Native communities.
Thanks to our program sponsor:
Daybreak Star Native Veterans Association
The program receives funding from the King County Veterans, Seniors and Human Services Levy to provide “pathfinding” services to Native Veterans, which means connecting them to services and resources. Our hope is to make meaningful change in the lives of Native Veterans by connecting them to housing, mental health care, job assistance and healthcare services among others.
United Indians no longer has a GED program, we DO NOT any have GED transcripts.
All transcripts have been transferred and can be accessed at the Washington State GED transcript request page here.
or call 360-704-4410.
Are you looking for a community service not listed here? Are you an urban native with a suggestion for a service? Reach out using this form.