The Indigenous Peoples Task Force

Areas of Practice
  • HIV
Provider Service Categories
  • Case Management (Medical)
  • Case Management (Non-Medical)
  • Disability Services
  • Early Intervention Services
  • Health Education/Risk Reduction
  • Home- and Community-Based Health Services
  • Housing Services
  • Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare
  • Substance Abuse/Chemical Health
  • Tribal Services
  • Youth Programs
Street Address:
1335 E. 23rd St.
Summary of Services Provided

The Indigenous Peoples Task Force strengthens the wellness of our community in a way that is based in indigenous values and ways of knowing.

The Indigenous Peoples Task Force was founded in 1987 to develop and implement culturally appropriate HIV education and direct services to the Native community in Minnesota. The Indigenous Peoples Task Force knows our community will not be completely well until all people have restored their relationships with each other and the earth. The agencies comprehensive approach defies categorization.

IPTF services include but are not limited to:




Provider Statement

All our programs are rooted in indigenous ways of knowing and the values of inclusiveness and respect for diversity. We welcome youth and adults of all backgrounds and are dedicated to being a good neighbor to our community.

Appointment Formats
Business Hours
Limited Hours, Weekday Availability

Agency hours: Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Program hours vary; see website for details.

Payment Options
Accepts Medical Assistance / MN Care / Medicare, Grants or Sponsorships, No Fee, Reduced Fee