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Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation

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National Public Health Improvement Initiative

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We R Native Healthy Native Youth

Good Health Wellness in Indian Country (WEAVE-NW)

Northwest Tribal Dental Support Center

Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention Project

Northwest Native American Research Center for Health (NW NARCH)

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43 federally recognized Native American tribes in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho coming together to improve health and wellness in Indian Country.


The EpiCenter is one of twelve national Centers charged with collecting tribal health status data, evaluating data monitoring and delivery systems, and assisting tribes in identifying local priorities for healthcare delivery and health education.

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Carefully designed and implemented health research can provide solutions to help eliminate the vast disparities in health between Northwest American Indians/Alaska Natives (AI/ANs) and non-AI/ANs.

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by ensuring that children living in tribal communities receive recommended immunizations on time.

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by expanding access to consistent, routine, high quality oral health care in tribal communities.

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The Native CARS Study serves to improve rates of child safety seat use for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) children in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.

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EHR and Meaningful Use Support Center

The EHR and MU Support Center seeks to provide support not only in meeting Meaningful Use, but also in supporting the day to day use of electronic health records to better serve our patients and work towards reducing health disparities.

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Our mission is to eliminate health disparities and improve the quality of life of American Indians and Alaska Natives by supporting Northwest Tribes in their delivery of culturally appropriate, high quality healthcare.

Hepatitis C virus (HCV) is a chronic infection that can cause liver damage and liver cancer. About 20,000 persons die from HCV each year. Hepatitis C is a preventable and curable disease. Learn how our IHS, Tribal and Urban Indian (I/T/U) primary care clinics are proving that hepatitis c is treatable in our own communities, by our own providers.

Oregon Tribes dental health aide therapy pilot project in the news.

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Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country

Made up of all forty-three federally recognized tribes inOregon,Washington,andIdaho,NPAIHB advocates tribal sovereignty through government-to-government relations. We develop relationships with state offices and other agencies dealing with health matters to assure that tribal interests are taken into account as health policy is formulated.

Administering health research and projects serving Northwest Tribes since 1997.

We offer use of premium training space free of charge to Member Tribes and related organizations.

The Northwest tribes have faced difficult questions and issues, and have consistently put health improvement above all else. We have a bright future and a great team to continue our work.Joe Finkbonner (Lummi), Executive Director

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