What Is It?
The CCUIH Membership Calendar is a product of our efforts to streamline communication across the CCUIH membership and to make the CCUIH website an increasingly well-rounded resource for all of our members. Contained inside this resource are key dates related to consortium-wide and local board meetings, significant dates related to our policy advocacy efforts, as well as community events such as powwows, GONAs, and other celebrations.
The purpose of this new resource is to increase awareness of our members of one another, and increase awareness of potential opportunities for networking, enhanced cross-community participation, as well as being more conscious of the work of CCUIH staff.
If there is an event you want to include on the calendar, feel free to either submit it using the form on our Contact page or email the event details directly to us at email@example.com with the subject line: Calendar Event.
Each year in early February, the Sacramento-based ITUP conference offers dynamic speakers, relevant topics and innovative solutions to improve health and health care in California. Attendees can expect an incredible learning opportunity with over 700 attendees, abundant opportunities to share stories and experiences, and a chance to evaluate progress and imagine the future of a healthy California.
The Gathering previously planned for December 11 and 12, 2017, has been rescheduled to be held March 5 and 6, 2018, at the The Scottish Rite Masonic Temple, Bruno Hall, 6151 H Street, Sacramento, California 95819. This Gathering is unique because it is the first time Native Women Leaders in California can come together in a safe place to meet and network with other Native American Women, discuss their concerns and work on solutions for their local community problems.
REGISTRATION COSTS $350 due now to reserve sitting.
Our movement is in the midst of profound transformation as we re-examine our narrow focus on immediate safety needs and perhaps see new solutions with those who commit harm. The Shifting The Lens Conference offers rich content encouraging attendees to refocus the lens to reveal a bigger picture with more comprehensive strategies and interconnected communities. Advocates, multi-disciplinary partners and intersecting social justice activists coming together at Shifting The Lens will explore a wide range of approaches that advance real social change in California!
Join us for our annual Urban Indian Health Conference!