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Office of Urban Indian Health Programs

Welcome to the Office of Urban Indian Health Programs' (OUIHP) website! We work diligently to provide public health services and support to the United States urban American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) population through Title V of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act.


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Urban Indian Organizations provide unique access to quality health care and culturally comprehensive services for Urban American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) people who do not live on or near a reservation. Find a UIO near you.

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4-in-1 Grant Program

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The 4-in-1 grant program provides funding to UIOs to ensure comprehensive, culturally acceptable personal and public health services are available and accessible to the Urban AI/AN population.

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National Reporting Data

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The UDS is a standardized set of data reported by federally funded programs such as IHS UIOs, Health Resources and Services Administration section 330 grantees and Federal Qualified Heath Centers.

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On-Site Reviews

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Download the manual used to evaluate compliance with grant and contract requirements.

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Miscellaneous Resources

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Resources useful to the UIOs are provided here.

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About Us

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Learn about the OUIHP and Urban Indian Organizations.

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Staff and Contacts

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OUIHP Headquarters staff and Area Urban Coordinators are listed here.

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Contact Us

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Send a message to the Office of Urban Indian Health Programs thorough email or this form.

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