The Council of Three Rivers American Indian Center was initially conceived in 1969 when members of two Native American families in Pittsburgh sought to overcome the feeling of "floating" in the mainstream. They felt the need to maintain a sense of Indian-ness, recapture roots and become more conscious of their rights as Native Americans.
This is one of four facilities in the area operated by the organization offering multiple social services, as well as educational and cultural activities.
The office is open weekdays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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