HEALTH - ART - CULTURE
AMERICAN INDIAN INSTITUTE
Celebrating 65 years of service to and collaboration with
American Indian, Alaska Native, and First Nations communities
Helping Indigenous Nations of North America strengthen their existing capacity to ensure sustainable, healthy, and culturally vibrant communities for the generations to come.
CONFERENCES AND EVENTS
Gatherings featuring national speakers, CEUs, networking opportunities, and materials to enhance your current prevention services.
A collection of stories from the Indigenous food sovereignty movement.
PREVENTION RESOURCE CENTER
A library of brochures, training materials, and research.
ABOUT THE AMERICAN INDIAN INSTITUTE
The American Indian Institute (Aii) was established in 1951 at the University of Oklahoma as a nonprofit Native American service, training, and research organization. Aii is a department within the University of Oklahoma's Division of Public and Community Services in OU Outreach. We provide outreach services and form collaborative partnerships with American Indian, Alaska Native, and Canadian First Nation tribes and bands. With more than 65 years of experience working throughout Indian Country, Aii offers outreach following our Guideposts.
Aii Guideposts: Contemporary Issues, Education, and Learning Resources
Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
Education – Lifelong Learning
Art, Culture, and Language Preservation
Executive Leadership and Organizational Development
Environmental Protection, Land Rights and Human Rights
Wellness – Balanced Living – Planting Seeds for Future Generations
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