Anishinabe Wakiagun

AICDC New Home Ownership Opportunities!!!

AICDC, a leader in providing New Home Development for American Indians is presenting...

The AICDC New Home Ownership Program 

The AICDC New Home Ownership program is a unique way to bring homeownership within the reach of American Indian families who would like  to live in South Minneapolis.

Dr. Ken McMillan

Sometimes on foot, sometimes on bike, Dr. Ken McMillan, M.D., delivers the most basic of primary care to patients on the streets of Minneapolis.

As director of Medical Services for the Kola Program, which also provides some social services and mental health care, Dr. Ken does everything from patching up wounds, to ordering prescription refills, to treating sore feet, to screening for hypertension and diabetes, to dealing with the consequences of chronic alcoholism and living on the street.

Al Bonanno photography of the homeless camps in South Minneapolis

In 2002, former Time Magazine photographer, Al Bonanno went on a visual tour of some of the scattered homeless camps with Dr. Ken McMillan of the Kola Program.  These images emerged from the tours and were created for AICDC to continue expanding homeless awareness.   

Anishinabe Wakiagun

What is Anishinabe Wakiagun?

Anishinabe Wakiagun is a culturally specific permanent supportive housing program for chronic inebriates.  It is a Housing First/Harm Reduction facility that does not require residents to be sober in order to maintain their housing.

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