Urban Indian Health Knowledge Resource Center - National Council for Urban Indian Health - image of a young Native American girl holding a sign with a tree behind her.

Collecting our Past, Creating our Present to Build our Future

NCUIH is very pleased to welcome you to the first resource center devoted to the fostering and dissemination of knowledge on Urban Indian communities across the U.S. This multi-disciplinary project aims at alleviating the lack of information on the condition of urban American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/AN), and at generating informational tools to be used by and shared among Urban Indian leaders to educate policymakers, federal officials and the general public. Read Overview...

How to use the KRC? Instructions here

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Did you know that....?

47.6% of UIHPs reporting receive a grant from a County Agency.
Source:UIHP 2008 Survey. More...

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Urban-Tribal Dialogue

This initiative to enhance Urban-Tribal dialogue through incorporating Tribal leader's wisdom.  More...

Getting our Message Across

Current times call for collaboration on common issues with other communities nationally and internationally. More...

History & Traditions


Devoted to disseminating knowledge about the historic evolution of the Urban Indian communities. More...

Urban Indian  Health Technology


Technology is increasingly changing the delivery of Urban Native Health!  More...

Native American Youth


Resources for the future community leaders who live in urban settings or  in transition from their motherlands to the cities.  More...