NANN has the goal of making the system of care serving Native Americans in Los Angeles County as seamless as possible. Areas of concerns and need are:



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Changing Spirits is a social model, community based 180 day Residential Recovery Program founded in 1999 for American Indians who suffer from Alcohol and/or Drug Addiction. Residents of Changing Spirits are provided with a culturally relevant array of services using evidence based practices designed to support recovery.  Cognitive Therapy  Alcohol/Drug Education  One on One Counseling Support Groups 
12 Step Groups Resident Council Anger Management Recreation and Social Activities Family Involvement Diabetes and HIV/AIDS Prevention Education Detox Referral Gateway to Education Silver Smith, Beadwork, and Art Studio Cultural Activities Sweat Lodge Native Drum “Changing Spirits” Changing Spirits is a non-profit program that does not deny services based on race, ethnic background, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, or the ability to pay.

Several time a year, we offer traditional community gatherings and community sweatlodge under the supervision of Jimi Castillo, Tongva/Acjachemen Pipe Carrier. Uncle Jimi performs outreach at most local pow wows.