Our Programs

About Our Programs

CCUIH engages in a diverse range of programs and projects aimed at optimizing health care delivery at Urban Indian Health Programs and raising consciousness surrounding health issues affecting Urban Indian communities in California.

Public Awareness Campaigns

Community Outreach

Community-Driven Media Development

Current Ongoing Programs

Red Women Rising

Red Women Rising supports culturally responsive domestic violence services for Urban Indians by increasing public awareness and enhancing collaborations between Urban Indian health organizations, domestic violence service providers and traditional healers.


The Getting Real About Stigma Prevention (GRASP) HCV project is a statewide, community-driven, public awareness campaign to reduce stigma associated with HCV (Hepatitis-C Virus) in Urban Indian communities throughout California. GRASP-HCV works to combat stigma by promoting awareness, prevention, and harm reduction around HCV.

Opioid Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Program

CCUIH’s Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Project is funded through the CA Department of Health Care Services MAT Expansion and Tribal MAT Projects. The project is designed to meet the specific prevention, treatment, and recovery needs of California’s Urban Indian communities.

Traditions of Health

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. 

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