Since 1970, United Indians has promoted the well-being of our region’s Indigenous community through services and programming that support cultural connection, school readiness, economic self-sufficiency, housing stability, and health and well-being. Our services are strengths-based and client-driven, in recognition of our community’s tremendous resilience, and sustain people in every age and stage of life.
To learn more about our services, please click below:
Ina Maka Home Visiting Program
We believe that parents are their child’s first and most important teachers. Our Ina Maka home visiting program for newborn and young children offers families one-on-one time with home visitors who work with them to make sure they receive the support they need.
Foster Care Support
The ICW-foster care program recruits, trains, licenses, and offers support to families caring for Native American children. Our program offers supportive services to all families caring for Native American children who are in need of access to culturally specific services and training.
We serve Native American, Alaska Native, Indigenous, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders and ensure that appropriate screenings by trusted providers take place as early as possible.
Our Strong Fathers Support Program
Through group and individualized support, Our Strong Fathers (OSF) is designed to meet Native fathers’ cultural and parental needs.
The Traditional Medicine program at United Indians prioritizes the seasonal teachings of the land and our responsibilities to one another.
Because of our commitment to future generations, United Indians offers a robust array of services and supports for expectant families and families with young children.
Find our range of Family Services programs below.
Daybreak Star Preschool
A high-quality early learning program rooted in Indigenous, play-based, emergent curriculum that sees children and their families as competent contributors to our community in Seattle's Discovery Park.
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 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.
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.
Latest Program News
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Returning Adoptees Pow Wow May 20th
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Foster Parent Training and Family Culture Night
PCC Partners with UIATF
REZolution Friday Radio
Sacred Circle Gallery presents the work of Artist John Hitchcock
- Ina Maka Home Visiting Program
- ICW Foster Care Support
- Our Strong Fathers
- Daybreak Star Preschool
- Native Workforce Services Program
- Homelessness Prevention Program
- Labateyah Youth Home
- Native Elders Program
- Native Veterans Program
- Traditional Medicine Program
- Daybreak Star Radio
- Sacred Circle Gallery
- Sacred Circle Gift Shops
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