IPTF offers many programs to the community to support the mission of strengthening and enhancing the health and education of native people.
Our Tobacco Programs support the healthful use of tobacco in a sacred manner.
Our HIV Programs provide support and education to native peoples dealing with HIV infection.
We have a 14 unit housing complex which includes aspects of tribal community living for individuals with disabilities, and their families.
Our Youth Education Through Theatre program helps the next generation educate one another about the risks of tobacco and other drug use, HIV awareness, and helps build positive self-esteem and strong cultural foundations.
This programs is designed to teach our young ones about Planting Traditional Asemaa, Gathering our sacred medinces, growing traditional foods, and restoring our language.
To learn more about the Nibi-Water walk, please visit the external website for that program.
At 12,350 sq ft, the new center will provide office, training and education, creative and community spaces for the use of the indigenous community and the neighborhood.