CCUIH engages in a diverse range of projects and public awareness campaigns aimed at optimizing health care delivery at Urban Indian clinics and raising consciousness surrounding health issues affecting Urban Indian communities. Visit our Programs and Projects page to read about our work.
American Indians have special protections and provisions under Covered California, California's new health insurance marketplace. Visit CCUIH's Covered California page to learn more about unique American Indian protections and provisions under Covered California.
Check out CCUIH's "Our Community" page to learn more about Urban Indians in California, Urban Indian health care, and the populations that our member clinics serve.
Native American Health Center (NAHC) has announced their plans for a celebration of their new facility expansion on Thursday, February 2nd. The three-story building, a newly renovated furniture store, represents not only a physical expansion of NAHC’s capacity to deliver care to its community members, but an expansion of their institutional commitment to Oakland as well. […]
The Red Women Rising Best Practices Guide aims to improve services for survivors of domestic violence at Urban Indian Health organizations. This Guide was developed by the California Consortium for Urban Indian Health (CCUIH), and funded by the Blue Shield of California Foundation. It was informed by the partnership between Sacramento Native American Health Center […]
The Indian Health Center of Santa Clara Valley has announced the completion of the renovations to its Silver Creek Clinic, which serves as a medical clinic that also offers Women Infants and Children (WIC) program services. The Silver Creek Clinic represents one of IHCSCV’s four clinical locations that serve the Santa Clara Valley region IHCSCV is […]
On August 20th, 2016, the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) awarded Sacramento Native American Health Center (SNAHC) with its accreditation. SNAHC also received Patient Centered Health Home (PCHH) Certification in addition to their accreditation. Accreditation distinguishes this community health center from many other outpatient facilities by providing the highest quality of care to its patients as […]
CCUIH’s Red Women Rising project supports culturally responsive domestic violence services for Urban Indians in California. As a policy organization, we also track California bills that relate to systems that protect victims and survivors of domestic violence. There are significant gaps in care for American Indian and Alaska Native survivors of domestic violence, so it is […]
The California Consortium for Urban Indian Health’s Traditions of Health project aims to improve the integration of behavioral health and primary care for Urban Indians by advancing the cultural revitalization efforts of Urban Indian Health Organizations (UIHO) in California. This project convened key stakeholders to advance policy reform and sustainability planning, and worked to develop culturally […]
This week we feature Montana Weekes, who is CCUIH’s Social Marketing Intern. Montana coordinates CCUIH’s presence on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and has been integral in launching the Red Women Rising campaign to bring more awareness to domestic violence issues faced by Urban Indian women. In the next few months, Montana will work to enhance our social […]
CCUIH encourages our members clinics’ staff to attend the California Providers’ Best Practices & GPRA Measures Continuing Medical Education Conference, scheduled for May 9-11. There will be sessions on current best practices, new research to prevent and treat disease and illnesses, documentation of healthcare, and using health information technology tools such as the electronic health record and its […]