SERVICES - Dream Seekers Youth Program

Since 1992, our program has been building a positive support network for Native youth and families while exploring ways to live healthy and break the cycle of drugs, alcohol, tobacco and violence. The program is open to youth ages 8-17.

The program focuses on balancing the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs of our youth and families.

Weekly youth meetings take place on Monday and Tuesday evenings from 5:00pm-7:00pm throughout the school year.

Join us for a month long summer camp.

Parents and volunteers are welcome!


  • Residency: No Requirements
  • The program is designed for Native American youth ages 8-17, but is open to youth of all backgrounds
  • Income: No Requirements
  • Ages: Youth Program: ages 8 to 17 years old

What to do:

  • Call Darius or Teia 313-846-3718
  • Complete an enrollment application
  • Bring your Native American Status Card if you have one
  • Transportation is available, but limited to the local area and availability.

Youth Advisory Council

Every month youth have a chance to share their input on what is happening at American Indian Health and Family Services (AIHFS) and how things can improve. With your help, we can tackle the biggest problems in the community. (Open to ages 8-24)

Would you like to support the Dream Seekers?

Purchase our latest cd "Greatest Dreams" by clicking on the shopping cart in following link to the website CDBaby. To hear track samples, use the arrow buttons.

Culture is Prevention
Music video from the Dream Seekers CD titled, Greatest Dreams.

It's Gon' Get Better
Music video from the Dream Seekers CD titled, Greatest Dreams.

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