Ain Dah Yung Center
Supportive Housing in St. Paul
The Mino Oski Ain Dah Yung: Our Good New Home, is a 42-unit supportive housing project on University Avenue in St. Paul geared toward homeless, American Indian young adults between 18 and 24.
J. Becher & Assoc. Providing Electrical & Low Voltage Technology Systems and Installation
Loeffler Construction chose J. Becher & Associates as the electrical contractor and low voltage specialist for this four-story, 50,000 SF project, which aims to help young adults reconnect with their culture and learn to live independently.
It features gathering spaces for cultural ceremonies, workshops for bead-working and drum-making, a sweat lodge, a sacred medicine garden, classrooms, a technology center, job training and other support services.This project includes financing through various Public and private entities, including Project for Pride Living.
AIN DAH YUNG CENTER
The Grand Opening for the Ain Dah Yung Center is Wednesday, November 20th 4:00-7:00pm!
For more information about housing opportunities, please visit: AIN DAH YUNG CENTER