CCUIH tracks California legislation that impacts Urban Indian health by providing a short summary and action updates. Check it out to learn more about legislation that effects your community.
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.
As you know, individuals must have health coverage or pay a tax penalty, known as the “shared responsibility payment.” American Indians and Alaska Natives (AIAN) may qualify for an exemption to this tax penalty. Qualified AIAN individuals are members of federally recognized tribes (including Alaska Native shareholders) and/or AIAN individuals who are eligible to receive services from […]
CCUIH is looking for at least two data support interns for our Gathering of Native Americans (GONA) research project in partnership with One Fire Associates. We are looking for individuals who are interested being part of the process of validating GONA, a community defined, culturally specific substance abuse prevention activity that helps communities heal from historical trauma through […]
CCUIH is pleased to announce that Britta Guerrero, CEO of Sacramento Native American Health Center, has accepted a seat on the board of the California Primary Care Association (CPCA). The CPCA is a statewide leader and recognized voice representing the interests of California community clinics and health centers and their patients. CCUIH works closely with […]
CCUIH member, Indian Health Center of Santa Clara Valley, is honored to announce the award of a 3-year Circles of Care SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) grant titled Future Generations to plan a system of care for American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) children (ages 0-25) and their families in Santa Clara County. Future Generations […]
The Tule River Yokuts tribe, located near Porterville California, and the Fresno American Indian Health Project (FAIHP), a member of the California Consortium for Urban Indian Health, was awarded a grant of $4 million over the next four years from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The grant will allow the tribe and FAIHP to implement […]
This page features information about Native Communities of Care and provides access to the Native Communities of Care Toolkit. This program is funded by counties through the voter-approved Mental Health Services Act (Prop. 63). It is one of several Prevention and Early Intervention Initiatives implemented by the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA), an organization of California counties […]
The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) on September 10, 2014, announced that American Indian Health & Services of Santa Barbara, has received NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition for using evidence-based, patient-centered processes that focus on highly coordinated care and long‐term, participative relationships. American Indian Health & Services (AIH&S) is the first organization in Santa […]
The California Consortium for Urban Indian Health is still looking for a Research Assistant Intern for our Traditions of Health Program, and a Data Analysis Intern for our Gathering of Native Americans (GONA) research project in partnership with One Fire Associates. Applications are due by November 1, but we will begin reviewing applications as is the come in. […]