Honoring the resiliency of Native American people, AICHO’s vision is to strengthen our community by centering indigenous values in all aspects of our work.

AICHO’s operating philosophy is that every American Indian woman and child deserves to live in a safe, non-threatening environment and should be treated with dignity and respect.

The American Indian Community Housing Organization (AICHO)
is one of 27 nationwide facilities that focus on a specific ethnic group. We provide housing services for people suffering from long-term homelessness, transitional housing for survivors of domestic abuse, and we run a 10-bed domestic violence shelter - the only Native American shelter that provides services to battered women and their children in the seven county area surrounding Duluth, Minnesota.

AICHO was featured a Minnesota Housing Partnership Agency Spotlight  >> Read Article

Employment Opportunities
Dabinoo'Igan Shelter Advocate
Full Time Dabinoo'Igan Shelter Advocate
Cultural Program Coordinator
Financial Manager

In the News

Layers of Meaning: Anishinaabe artist adds personal stories, modern touch to traditional look.  - Duluth News Tribune

Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless - Tribal Organization Update: Spotlight on AICHO
A large part of Tribal Organizing at the Minnesota Coalition for the Homeless (MCH) is centered in building strong relationships with American Indian Communities and to learn more deeply about effective and creative solutions... [Read More]

New Center in Duluth Offers Housing for Natives Hoping to Start New Lives

First Nations Development Institute Awards $165,000 in Grants to Six Native American Organizations and Tribes

Move In Fundraiser
Learn more and help us reach our goal at Go Fund Me

2015 Annual Report
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Henry Banks interviews American Indian Community Housing Organization leaders Moira Villiard, LeAnn Littlewolf, and Daryl Olson.

News & Events

Read our September Newsletter

Sept 15 | 5:30-7:30PM
Book Release: Making Waves

Come celebrate the release of Making Waves: Grassroots Feminism in Duluth and Superior.  Talk and book signing by Beth Bartlett.  Music by the Oshki Giizhik Singers and Wild by Nature. Refreshments Provided.
 Trepanier Hall: 202 W. 2nd Street

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