Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANMC)
The ANMC is a tribally managed and operated nonprofit organization responsible for providing certain statewide health services, including an HIV/AIDS program, for Alaska Natives, including many patients across Alaska located in remote villages and lands. The HIV/STD Prevention Program offers prevention, early intervention, and education and training.
A Briefing on HIV/AIDS in Indian Country [PDF - 9.9 KB] - National Indian Health Board, Fall 2017
Indian Country ECHO provides no cost trainings, as well as technical assistance and capacity building services. We also facilitate The Indian Country ECHO Collective – a community of predominantly Indigenous organizations that provide ECHO services across the globe.
Indigenous Peoples Task Force
Indigenous Peoples Task Force (formally Minnesota American Indian AIDS Task Force) is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization. The vision is to "Strengthen and Enhance the Health and Education of Native People". We also provide education services to prevent the transmission of HIV and to provide direct services to Native Americans and their family members living with HIV.
Intertribal Council of Arizona (ITCA)
In collaboration with the Hopi, San Carlos Apache, and Pascua Yaqui Tribes, ITCA adapted and implemented the existing project Sisters Informing Sisters on Topics about AIDS (SISTA) as the Native American Sisters Informing Sisters: Talking, Educating, and Reducing Risk (NA SISTER) project for American Indian women at high risk of contracting sexually transmitted infections (STIs). These two-hour multi-sessions are provided in a two-day seminar presented by facilitators in a community-based setting.
National Council of Urban Indian Health (NCUIH)
NCUIH advocates for quality, accessible healthcare for American Indians and Alaska Natives living in Urban communities.
Northwest AIDS Education and Training Center (NWAETC)
The Northwest AIDS Education and Training Center (NWAETC), located at the University of Washington, offers HIV treatment education, clinical consultation, capacity building, and technical assistance to health care professionals and agencies in Washington, Alaska, Montana, Idaho, and Oregon.