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Welcome to the National Council of Urban Indian Health (NCUIH) website! NCUIH is a National 501(c)(3) organization devoted to the support and development of quality, accessible, and culturally-competent health services for American Indians and Alaska Natives living in urban settings.  + Overview

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    REPOST: CEO Supports Urban Indian Community in Detroit
    2016-02-08

    The Urban Indian community in Detroit enjoys the services of the American Indian Health and Family Services clinic, and Chief Executive Officer Ashley Tuomi makes sure the needs of both the clients and employees are covered.

    For many of the employees, this is their home. Ms. Tuomi makes sure this is an environment where the clients come in and feel at home, too. The people they serve are part of the community. They are friends, family and fellow tribal members.

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    Urban Inter-Tribal Center of Texas announces Dr. Rodney Stapp passing
    2016-01-23

    URBAN INTER-TRIBAL CENTER OF TEXAS
    1283 Record Crossing Road, Dallas, TX 75235 • (214) 941-1050 Fax (214) 941-6537

    January 22, 2016

    Dear Friends, Family, and Colleagues,

    It is with deep sorrow that we inform you that our dear friend and CEO of Urban Inter-Tribal Center of Texas, Dr. Rodney Stapp, passed away last night. 

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    Focus Group for the U.S. Census Bureau Participation Opportunity
    2016-01-13

    Kauffman & Associates, Inc. (KAI) invites all interested AI/AN to participate in a Focus Group for the U.S. Census Bureau. KAI is organizing these focus groups in 11 cities around the country. Participants in these groups will provide valuable insight that could help improve the U.S. Census form and the information it gathers about AI/AN. 

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    New CMS Grant Available: Accountable Health Communities Program
    2016-01-12

    The Accountable Health Communities grant program is a five year pilot project from CMS designed to test whether the screening of beneficiaries for health-related social needs and associated referral and navigation services is an effective way of increasing quality of care and reducing costs in Medicare and Medicaid. 

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