The National Council of Urban Indian Health exists to support and develop quality accessible healthcare programs for all American Indian and Alaska Natives living in urban communities through advocacy, training, education, and leadership development.
NCUIH strives for healthy communities supported by fully funded and accessible healthcare centers and governed by leaders in the Indian community. This toolkit provides a searchable database of journal articles and research to help UIHPs and community clinics find the best, peer-reviewed information to help their work. Anyone can search the database for free and find a preview of an article in a selected topic. The resources here are linked to the source articles, which may then be accessed by logging into the toolkit.
Member Close Up Pages:
Salt Lake City- Indian Walk-in Center
Wichita, KS- Hunter Health Clinic
What is a Member Close Up page?
NCUIH Members Close Up pages are quick-glance profiles designed to allow all KRC audiences (academics, government officials, donors, general public, other invested parties) to access a brief summary of each of our Member's services as well as a direct link their specific programs website. The Close Up pages intend to serve as an extra resource ( and a complementary one) for non-traditional UIHP audiences.
Select a UIHP from the list above or click on their logo in the wheel below