Majorie Bear Don't Walk, Director
Indian Health Board of Billings
Substance Abuse Program
1127 Alderson Avenue
Billings MT 59102
Phone: (406) 245-7318
Email Us: email@example.com
The mission of the Indian Health Board of Billings is to empower the urban Indian/Alaska Native community, by improving health care services through education and outreach. Mindful that healing involves every aspect of the human being; emotional, mental, physical and spiritual. To create an American Indian/Alaskan Native Health Center that fosters the dreams and hopes of the people we serve with integrity and respect.
Billings Urban Indian Health and Wellness Center
1230 N. 30th St.
Billings, MT 59101
Phone: (406) 534-4558
The Billings Urban Indian Health and Wellness Center (BUIHWC) is driven by their universal mission: foster an environment of cultural competency, respecting the values of both team members and customers. Guided by their commitment to collaborative care strategies, they strive to provide the knowledge, experiences, and community access that will empower customers to take steps towards healing. BUIHWC's approach to quality care focuses on a commitment to providing a level of expertise, training, patient service, and monitoring that is difficult to match in our industry. In collaboration with the Indian Health Services, our partnership is paramount in providing the very best to each patient that they serve.
North American Indian Alliance (Butte)
55 East Galena
Butte, MT 59701
Phone: (406) 782-0461
Email Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
The North American Indian Alliance (NAIA) is committed to the establishment and maintenance of a form of management that protects and perpetuates the health and welfare of all eligible Native Americans residing in an urban setting. To do so, a system of personnel management has been established setting forth the standards and clarifying the rights and responsibilities of the employer and employees. It is to provide personnel policies and procedures which will best serve the needs of the North American Indian Alliance Board of Directors, the staff of the organization and the Native American Community. Employees are asked no less than excellent service in their jobs with the promise of equal treatment in return from the NAIA Board of Directors. It is to treat all staff with respect and dignity, and to ensure that the staff has the support of the NAIA Board of Directors.
Wes Old Coyote, Chief Executive Officer
Indian Family Health Clinic
1220 Central Avenue, Suite 2B
Great Falls, MT 59401
Phone: (406) 268-1510
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The mission of the Indian Family Health Clinic is to support and strengthen individual, family, and community health by providing high-quality and comprehensive health care services to Urban Indians in the Great Falls area. Our long-term vision is to become a model organization for promotion and delivery of health care services to Native Americans.
Todd Wilson, Executive Director
Helena Indian Alliance
501 Euclid Avenue
Helena, MT 59601
Phone: (406) 442-9244
Email Us: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Helena Indian Alliance develops, implements, and maintains cultural, social, and economic programs for families, seniors, and youth. The HIA contracts with the Indian Health Service to operate our Leo Pocha Memorial Clinic. Distinct service is given to the physical, diabetic, and behavioral health of the Helena-area Indian population. The Helena Indian Alliance is one of 34 federally recognized urban Indian centers accredited by the federal government to deliver programs to the Indian peoples of this nation as part of its trust responsibility. The Helena Indian Alliance is committed to the general welfare and betterment of the Native American community, the broader non-Indian community, and other native peoples residing in the community of Helena, Lewis & Clark County, Montana.
D'Shane Barnett, Executive Director
Missoula Urban Indian Health Center
830 West Central
Missoula, MT 59808
Phone: (406) 829-9515
SERVE as a respectful gathering place, welcoming Native families from all Nations.
DEVELOP a strong, supportive Native community by building collaborations and promoting healthy family activities.
SUPPORT Native families to identify opportunities & resources to thrive & be healthy.
SUPPORT Tribal traditions to maintain comfort and belonging at home and in the city.
PROMOTE Wellness by offering opportunities for emotional, mental, physical and spiritual healing.
National Council on Urban Indian Health
NCUIH is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization devoted to support and develop quality accessible healthcare programs for all American Indian and Alaska Natives living in urban communities through advocacy, training, education, and leadership development. NCUIH strives for healthy communities supported by fully funded and accessible healthcare centers and governed by leaders in the Indian community.