Native American Community Service Center
In 2005, Native American Connections, Phoenix Indian Center, and Native Health formed a legal partnership to purchase an 85,000 square foot, six-story office building in central Phoenix. The vision was to create a geographic center for urban Natives in Greater Phoenix that will one day be a vibrant tourist destination which includes community services, small businesses, artisans/vendors selling their arts and crafts, housing opportunities, and cultural amenities -- and a place to foster Native American growth and leadership opportunities for current and future generations.Located on the Phoenix Metro light rail at the Campbell Station, the Centercurrently includes:
- Native American Connections – behavioral health Services and administration. 602-254-3247
- Phoenix Indian Center- employment, education, cultural enrichment and community engagement opportunities. 602- 264-6768
Meeting Space Available
The Center’s 6TH Floor Conference Room is available for use by community partners and groups at no charge. With space available for 74 people, the room is equipped with a projector, wall screen, computer, VHS/DVD player, microphones, and telephone and internet access. Learn more here.
Artisans and Jewelers can reserve a table to sell their merchandise in the lobby of the Center, Monday through Friday, 8am until 3pm.
To learn more about securing a vendor space, please call the Native American Connections Office Manager at 602-254-3247.