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Family Services

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.

Washington native foster parent program

Uŋčí Makhá Home Visiting Program

We believe that parents are their child’s first and most important teachers. Our Uŋčí Makhá 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 United Indians ICW-Foster Care Program is a Child Placing agency (CPA), located at Daybreak star cultural center in Seattle, WA. Our program also assists Non-Native American families currently caring for native American children. 

Our Strong Fathers

Our Strong Fathers the only Seattle-based program committed to reducing the personal, cultural and systemic barriers that disproportionately affect Native fathers and promote growth and healing.

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. Located at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center in Seattle’s beautiful Discovery Park, Daybreak Star Preschool serves children ages 3 to 5 in full-day (9am-3pm) programs, with before and after school care available.

Traditional Medicine

The Traditional Medicine program at United Indians is founded on the belief that our Native community thrives when Indigenous knowledge is celebrated and maintained. Housed at Daybreak Star Cultural Center on 20 acres of land inside Discovery Park, the program prioritizes the seasonal teachings of the land and our responsibilities to one another.

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