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Native American Health Center (NAHC), CCUIH member clinic serving the San Francisco Bay Area, has won a bid to serve as the lead health provider at a new, cutting edge facility –The San Leandro Health & Wellness Center. NAHC’s School-Based Health Center staff and leadership team as well as senior management made a successful presentation to […]
Join the California Consortium for Urban Indian Health at Alliance for Girls’ 3rd Annual Conference: Building A Girls Agenda, Raising Our Voices to Change Girls’ Lives in San Francisco on Wednesday, May 20th from 9 am – 4 pm, followed by a reception. Alliance for Girls is an alliance of 81 members working with more than 216,000 girls across the Bay Area. CCUIH […]
The California Consortium for Urban Indian Health works with several interns on projects related to public policy, research, data analysis, and marketing/design. Some of our internships our paid, while for unpaid internships CCUIH is happy to work with students to earn academic credit. We are currently advertising for two internship positions, a Communications and Operations Intern and […]
This week we feature Jennifer Smith, one of two phenomenal Data Support Interns for the GONA Research Project. The GONA Research Project, lead by One Fire Associates, is a cross-site evaluation of Gathering of Native Americans (GONA) youth activities that are facilitated by our member clinics. Read her bio below: It’s been an honor to […]
Today Congressman Valadao introduced H.R. 1842 The Indian Health Service Health Professions Tax Fairness Act of 2015, which amends the tax code to provide healthcare professionals who receive student loan repayments from the Indian Health Service the same tax free status enjoyed by the National Health Service Corps. H.R. 1842 would help recruit and retain health […]
On April 14, 2015, the U.S. Senate passed a two (2) year renewal for the Special Diabetes Program for Indians (SDPI). The renewal was contained in a larger bill called: The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (HR 2). CCUIH is grateful to the National Indian Health Board for the work that they continue […]
The “Women Who Mean Business” program through the Sacramento Business Journal, recognizes Britta Guerrero, Chief Executive Officer of Sacramento Native American Health Center, Inc (SNAHC) and Vice-Chair of CCUIH. The Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business program honors women prominent in a variety of private industries, government positions and community organizations, for their professional achievements, leadership and entrepreneurial skills, […]
This week we feature Carolyn Kraus, our Data Analyst Intern for the GONA Research Project. The GONA Research Project, lead by One Fire Associates, is a cross-site evaluation of Gathering of Native Americans (GONA) youth activities that are facilitated by our member clinics. Carolyn is completing a longitudinal analysis on the effectiveness of the GONA. The […]