The California Consortium for Urban Indian Health (CCUIH) supports health promotion and access for American Indians living in cities throughout California. Established in 2006, CCUIH is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) statewide alliance of Urban Indian health organizations and substance abuse treatment facilities collectively referred to as UIHOs. By blending the leadership and experience of our consortium members with shared resource development, and by combining applied research with educational and policy advocacy efforts, CCUIH offers innovative strategies to support the health and wellness needs of the Urban Indian community in California.
CCUIH’s mission is to facilitate shared development resources for our members and to raise public awareness in order to support a health and wellness network that meets the needs of American Indians living in urban communities.
CCUIH envisions a future in which all American Indians living in urban areas gain access to quality, sustainable, and self-determined health and wellness services. We are building a legacy of healthy American Indian communities for generations to come.
Board of Directors
Sonya Tetnowski, President
CEO, Indian Health Center of Santa Clara Valley
Scott Black, Vice President
ED, American Indian Health & Services
Jennifer Ruiz, Secretary
ED, Fresno American Indian Health Project
Joe Bulfer, Treasurer
ED, San Diego American Indian Health Center
Martin Waukazoo, Director
CEO, Native American Health Center
Britta Guerrero, Director
CEO, Sacramento Native American Health Center
Helen Waukazoo, Director
CEO, Friendship House Assoc. of American Indians
Daniel Tatum, Director
CEO, Bakersfield American Indian Health Project
Jerimy Billy, Director
CEO, United American Indian Involvement
Ramona Valadez, Director
CEO, Native Directions Inc.
Director of Policy and Planning
Research and Evaluation Coordinator