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The American Indian Community House (AICH) Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving 
The AICH is a not-for-profit organization serving the health, social service, and cultural needs of Native Americans residing in New York City. In 1991, AICH instituted the HIV/AIDS Project to provide HIV related services through outreach, referral and case management. The site features a calendar of events, descriptions of AICH services, and resource list including Native American Leadership Commission on Health and AIDS (NALCHA) News.

American Indian Health Portal – National Library of Medicine Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving 

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANMC) Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving 
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] Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving  - National Indian Health Board, Fall 2017

HIV/STD Prevention Guidelines for Native American Communities [PDF - 3.4 MB] Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving 
These guidelines were jointly produced by the Rural Center for HIV/AIDS Prevention (RCAP) and the National Native American AIDS Prevention Center (NNAPPC) in 2004. The guidelines provide background and technical information specific to working with Native American communities to prevent HIV/AIDS.

Indigenous Peoples Task Force Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving 
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) Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving 
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) Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving 
NCUIH advocates for quality, accessible healthcare for American Indians and Alaska Natives living in Urban communities.

National Native American AIDS Prevention Center (NNAAPC) Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving 
To address the impact of HIV/AIDS on American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians through culturally appropriate advocacy, research, education, and policy development in support of healthy Indigenous people.

Native American Women’s Health Education Resource Center (NAWHERC) Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving 
NAWHERC provides health education materials for a variety of health issues including HIV/AIDS. Located on the Yankton Sioux Reservation in South Dakota, NAWHERC was the first resource center located on a reservation in the US. Site includes action alerts.

Native Health Databases Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving 
The Native Health Database contains bibliographic information and abstracts of health-related articles, reports, surveys, and other resource documents pertaining to the health and health care of American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Canadian First Nations. The database provides information for the benefit, use, and education of organizations and individuals with an interest in health-related issues, programs, and initiatives regarding North American indigenous peoples.

Native Health Phoenix Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving 
Native Health Phoenix was established to provide primary health care, behavioral health and ancillary services to the urban, non-reservation Native Americans residing within the greater metropolitan Phoenix area.

Northwest AIDS Education and Training Center (NWAETC) Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving 
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.

Project Red Talon (PRT)/Northwest Portland Indian Health Board (NPAIHB) Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving 
PRT, funded through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), is responsible for providing HIV/STD prevention education, training, technical assistance, capacity building, and resource materials to federally recognized American Indian tribes in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. The site includes overviews of major health issues and concerns facing American Indians, Tribal profiles, a resource list and information about the NPAIHB.

Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving 
Southwest Center for HIV/AIDS is committed to research, prevention, education and wellness for people affected by HIV/AIDS. It provides the public with knowledge to prevent the disease as well as critical resources to help individuals live long and well with HIV. Since its inception, the organization has grown in scope to address the shift in reported cases of HIV/AIDS that have erupted among minority women, adult men, and youth.