- Anishinaabemdaa - Learn the Anishinaabe Language
- Centers for American Indian And Alaska Native Health - University of Colorado Denver
- Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians
- Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission
- Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council
- Indian Health Service - The Federal Health Program for American Indians and Alaska Natives
- Keweenaw Bay Indian Community - Lake Superior Band of Chippewa Indians
- Little River Band of Ottawa Indians - Manistee, Michigan
- Michigan Indian Legal Services
- Michigan Inter-Tribal Council - A Consortium of Michigan's Federally Recognized Tribes
- Naasaab Izhi-anishinaabebii'geng - A conference to find a common anishinaabemowin Writing System
- NAIA North American Indian Association of Detroit
- National Council of Urban Indian Health
- National Indian Child Welfare Association (NICWA)
- National Indian Women's Health Resource Center
- Native Harvest - White Earth Land Recovery Project & Native Harvest Online Catalog
- Native Youth Sexual Health Network
- Ningwakwe Learning Press - First Nations, Me'tis and Inuit Literacy & Education Resources
- Nokomis Learning Center A Native American Cultural Center
- Owens Valley Career Development Center
- Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians
- Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe
- Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians
- Seventh Generation Fund for Indian Development
- SSILA - The Society for the Study of the Indigenous Languages of the Americas
- Stronghearts Native Helpline (domestic, dating, sexual violence help)
- The Urban Indian Health Institute - A division of the Seattle Indian Health Board
- White Bison - Center for the Wellbriety Movement
- Ziibiwing Center of Anishinabe Culture & Lifeways
- CMF Council of Michigan Foundations - Serving Grantmakers Advancing Giving
- Commonwealth Foundation
- Ford Foundation - Funding to fight inequality
- Kellogg Foundation, W.K. - Helping communities stand up for children
- SAMHSA Grants - Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration
- The Ethal and James Flinn Foundation - Mental Health Services
- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Administration for Children & Families
- United States Environmental Protection Agency - Grants and Fellowship Information
- 2013 Healthier Holidays Recipe Book (1 MB download)
- AIHFS' Circles of Care Project: Gda' shkitoomi (We are able!)
- Children with Special Needs Fund
- Centers for American Indian & Alaska Native Heatlh
- College Students: critical mental health resources
- Conducting research at urban American Indian health organizations (pdf)
- Department of Justice - Tribal Justice & Safety
- Domestic violence from a child's perspective
- Find MI Care- Michigan health care services referral
- Foster Care - Navigator and Coordinator of Native American Outreach
- Historical Trauma (University of Minnesota)
- Michigan Primary Care Association
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
- Native American Educational Resource Guide by AIHFS
- Native American Musician, Arvel Bird
- Smart Bus reduced fare eligibility info
- Suicide Prevention Resource Center: American Indian/Alaska Native resources
- The Information Center Incorporated
- The Network of Care (for Elderly and Disabled)
- The Ways - Central great lakes culture & language
- United Way for Southeastern Michigan
Q - Do you have an agency brochure we can download?
A - Yes, just click here to begin download (1 MB).
Q - Who is eligible for services at AIHFS?
A - American Indians enrolled in a federally and state recognized tribes are eligible for services. However, we do not turn ANYONE away.
Q - How do I pay for services?
A - Indian Health Service does not pay Urban Indian Health Organizations the full cost of services, only a portion. They require us to bill for some portion of services provided. We charge co-pay fees according to what your insurance requires or if you are uninsured we charge you an office visit fee on a sliding fee scale basis (pdf).
We also have: discounted fee application, payment agreements, and Hardship Policy.
More details are on our "Who We Serve" menu or you can call billing department for details at 313-846-3718.
Q - Can I use your services if AIHFS providers are NOT my assigned Primary Care Provider(PCP)?
A - Yes, but your insurance company may NOT pay for it. It is your responsibility to let your insurance company know that you would like AIHFS as your PCP. If AIHFS is not your assigned PCP they may not pay for services rendered including:
a. Office visits
c. Outside Referrals/Tests
Q - What insurances do you accept?
A - As of 6-22-21, we accept the following: Please click here for a pdf of the insurances
Q - Do you offer volunteer opportunities?
A - Yes, we do and thank you for your interest! We have a wide variety of offerings. For more info, please email to: email@example.com