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Housing is the foundation of Native American Connections and a principle method of supporting individuals in alcohol and drug recovery, family stabilization, and community wellness. NAC has developed, owns and manages 850 units of supportive and affordable housing.

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Native American Connections champions community development projects that strengthen the Native American Community and celebrates the rich cultural histories of indigenous peoples. NAC is a leader in community efforts to end homelessness. We advocate for affordable housing and easy access to whole-person healthcare.

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News & Events

Learn More About Recent Developments

Patina Mountain Preserve Wellness Center and Dunlap Pointe completed!

On March 24th, Native American Connections will open its newest behavioral health and supportive housing campus. The Patina Mountain Preserve Wellness Center and Dunlap Pointe Housing Community, located at 1427 E. Dunlap Ave. in Phoenix’s Sunnyslope neighborhood, embrace NAC’s focus on health, housing and community. Targeted to veterans experiencing homelessness, Dunlap Pointe features… Read more »

Stepping Stone Phase III is completed!

Residents are quickly filling up our newly furnished units for Stepping Stone Phase III - one of our permanent supportive housing properties.  This new addition to Stepping Stone has 42 studio units added to the existing 82 serving adults who have experienced chronic homelessness. NAC is committed to ending homelessness in our community. Thank you to our public and private partners who make projects… Read more »

New Telehealth Service

It is important to improve your health and wellness, especially during this COVID-19 pandemic.  Native American Connections is now providing a telehealth substance use treatment group on Zoom three times per week. You can use a smart phone or computer that has a camera and a microphone for the virtual “telehealth” visit. Please contact us to learn more about our Outpatient Services… Read more »

Celebrating Indigenous Peoples' Day at NAC

To celebrate the state proclamation and honoring of Indigenous Peoples' Day on October 12th, we posted songs, stories and photos of Indigenous heritage throughout the day.  Check out our Facebook page for this fun event! https://www.facebook.com/NativeAmericanConnections  Read more »

LISC’s 2020 Exemplary Project Award

We are excited to be receiving LISC’s 2020 Exemplary Project Award for NAC’s newest housing community, Urban Living on Fillmore. NAC will be honored during LISC’s 2020 Virtual… Read more »

Phoenix Indian School Visitor Center is Open for In-person Tours

The Phoenix Indian School Visitor Center (PISVC) is open for in-person tours. Due to current social distancing guidelines we are offering tours of up to 4 people. Please contact the PISVC at 602.648.9713 or at pivisitorcenter@nativeconnections.org to schedule a tour. Please note people coming into the Visitor Center are required to wear masks. Read more »

2020 NAC Parade Cancellation

It was a hard decision! Native American Connections is cancelling this year’s 40th Annual Parade scheduled for Saturday, October 10, 2020. We make this decision out of respect and safety of our elders and our community. We are vigilant to do our part in ridding Mother Earth of this pandemic and restoring peace, strength and healing to all. We… Read more »

In Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

It is important that we keep you posted on our response to the COVID-19 pandemic and share our work on health, housing and community.  • The Census is ending on September 30, and we are raising the numbers by promoting it to our community.  • We are engaging our members in preparing voters for the General Election in November. • We have opened the Lodge, a temporary… Read more »

COVID - 19

NAC is following recommendations from the CDC, Arizona Department of Health Services and Maricopa County Public Health Department which may impact programs and services. Read more »

Strong Teeth, Strong Kid Campaign Kicks Off!

It is finally here! In partnership with the AZ Advisory Council on Indian Health Care, we are excited to announce the American Indian Oral Health campaign—Strong Teeth, Strong Kid! Read more »