The American Indian Community Council, also known as AICC, has been serving the Los Angeles Native American community since 1998.  Our programs and activities are designed to be a catalyst that helps community members to connect around our cultural. Learn more about the positive impact we have and join us in bringing about positive change to the Los Angeles County Native American community!



Empowering the Los Angeles County

Native American Community

American Indian Community Council (AICC) is an independent 501(c)3 non-profit organization which was established in 1998 and serves as a centralized hub for resource to the Los Angeles County American Indian/Alaska Native Community. Based on the 2010 Census, Los Angeles County has the largest concentration of American Indians in the United States. Promoting and supporting health and wellness, AICC collaborates with The Episcopal Church of Echo Park,  Indian Health Services and Seven Generations of United American Indian Involvement (UAII) which has served the Native American community of Los Angeles for over 40 years. AICC recruited, funded and promoted health, wellness, and community involvement by co-sponsoring/supporting Health and Wellness Fairs, the Los Angeles Marathon, Mental Health Awareness May, annual Family Picnic/mini-Pow-wows, and events celebrating Native American month each November.



  • 7th Annual Holiday Toy Drive
    Contact Roberta Javier at
    Online Event
    Contact Roberta Javier at
    Online Event
    We are gathering the individual wishes, gifts and necessities, preparing for deliveries to 120+ Native American children, who are currently in foster care/out-of-home-care. The children's ages range from newborn to 24. Please give generously as you are able. There are 3 options to participate!