UAII is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote and support the physical, behavioral, and spiritual well-being of American Indian/Alaska Natives in the urban Los Angeles area by providing comprehensive, integrated services that focus on all age groups and incorporate American Indian/Alaska Native culture.
Currently, UAII serves all of Los Angeles County, including the Palmdale/Lancaster area, and works with the largest American Indian population in the country. Recently, UAII has begun providing services in Orange County.
Starting on Skid Row in Downtown Los Angeles, Youth Programming has been a dedicated part of UAII services since 1974. In 1990, the American Indian Clubhouse was officially formed as its own independent program.
The American Indian Clubhouse's mission is to provide services that enhance the growth and well-being of American Indian youth in Los Angeles in a manner that is respectful to cultural and tribal values.
The American Indian Clubhouse hosts youth activities during the week and on weekends. Due to this schedule, we are not available for drop-in visits. Please contact us if you would like to set up an appointment to meet with our staff. Thank you.
1453 Temple Street, Los Angeles, California 90026, United States
10:00 am – 06:00 pm