Trainings & Webinars

NCUIH serves as a knowledge conduit for UIHPs by providing education, technical assistance, trainings, and leadership development resources. NCUIH's guiding mission and vision reflects the needs of its UIHP membership. Events have been organized based on the program category they fall into. Explore and see what resources are available to UIOs and Indian Country.

NCUIH Webinars and Communities of Learning

Mental Health

Supporting Urban Native Youth

Untold Stories


Project Firstline


Board of Directors Trainings

UIO Leadership Trainings

Native American Heritage Month

Native American Civic Engagement

Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA)

COVID-19 Response Series

Grant Writing Series

Prevention Resources

Environmental Health

Resources for Survivors of Trauma

Billing Resources

UIHP Board Trainings

NCUIH assists UIHP boards with their obligation for duty of organizational care, duty of organizational loyalty, and duty of ethical and legal obedience. In the interest of promoting sustainability and effectiveness, members certainly understand a need to increase revenue, staffing, and quality of service delivery; however, they do not necessarily possess the knowledge or the tools to contribute to quality improvement. NCUIH’s structured trainings and technical assistance promote current best practices to ensure Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) efforts within UIHPs, allowing them to provide added public value and become better stewards of their funding dollars by:

  • Improving accountability
  • Refining service delivery
  • Meeting changes in service need
  • Enhancing information management, client tracking & documentation
  • Contributing to the design of new programs
  • Facilitating creative/innovative solutions

Onsite Trainings [Temporarily Virtual] 

NCUIH provides the Regional Board Trainings which are open to all UIHP Executive Leadership and Board Personnel regardless of their regional location. 

For more information, please contact the Director of the Technical Assistance and Research Center, Dr. Kimberly Fowler, via email here or phone, 202-544-0344.

For past Webinars please access our Archived Webinars page.