Native American and Alaska Native Health Resources

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Websites

The American Indian Health Commission (AIHC)
A Tribally-driven non-profit organization with a mission of improving health outcomes for American Indians and Alaska Natives through a health policy focus at the Washington State level.

SPIPA
South Puget Intertribal Planning Agency

Tahoma Indian Center
Seattle Indian Health Board is a community health center that provides health and human services to its patients, while specializing in the care of Native people. We are recognized as a leader in the promotion of health improvement for urban American Indians and Alaska Natives, locally and nationally.

Seattle Indian Health Board
Cultural healthcare and human services for our people today. Advocacy and data research for our people of the future

Indian Health Service
A federal health program within the Department of Health and Human Services responsible for providing health services to American Indians and Alaska Natives.

Minority Health Services
The Office of Minority Health is dedicated to improving the health of racial and ethnic minority populations through the development of health policies and programs that will help eliminate health disparities

Yakima Service Unit
The Yakama Service Unit is located on the Yakama Indian Reservation on the edge of the Toppenish Town. Providing services such as; A full range of ambulatory primary care, public health, dental services, mental health, optometry, and audiology, Internal medicine, women’s health care, elder care clinic & pediatrics

Health coverage for American Indians & Alaska Natives
If you’re an American Indian or an Alaska Native, you may have new health coverage benefits and protections in the Health Insurance Marketplace.

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