S. A. M. takes the whole educational approach of teaching the general public through the eyes of a Native American perspective. Patrons benefit through displays, paintings, artifacts, documentary films and tours of history, intellectual, social, behavioral, and emotional needs of Native Americans.

HOUSTON DOES NOT HAVE A NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN  URBAN HEALTH CENTER, CLICK HERE FOR RESOURCES THAT CAN HELP.

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who is

Kirk Archambault - Cultural Advisor Dakota Nation

Our

Your Donation

will

Educate

as long

as the

Sky is Blue and the Rivers Flow!

S.A.M.?

MAIN GOAL

NATIVE AMERICANS CAN APPLY FOR THE AFORABLE CARE ACT ALL YEAR LONG. IT CAN BE AN ASSET. 

S. A. M. opened its doors JANUARY 2012. it has become a place to learn, teach and has become a community center for the indigenous of texas of  all first nations.

Anna Edwards - Board Advocacy

Ohkay Owingeh/San Juan Pueblo Nation

Shauna Preito - Administrator

Mvskoke Creek Nation

Steven Fernandez - Vice President

Lipan Apache Nation

Chance L. Landry - President

Lipan Apache Nation

CARE

preserving our way of life and walking in beauty...

Southern Apache Museum Board Members

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