Resources

UIHO Funding Resource Guide
UIHO Funding Resource Guide
Updated: August 6, 2015

This resource guide outlines how to navigate the Federal government’s central storehouse for grant programs to maximize the benefits from the various federal agencies providing funds related to urban American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) health. Additionally, this guide lists other relevant funding resources, from both government and private sources. (August 2015)

Healthcare access and utilization among urban American Indians and Alaska Natives
Healthcare access and utilization among urban American Indians and Alaska Natives
Updated: November 6, 2012

This fact sheet examines access to and use of health care, including frequency of contact with a health professional and emergency room visits, having a usual place to go for care when sick, types of health care services utilized most often and barriers to care. (November 2012)

Affordability of health care for urban American Indians and Alaska Natives
Affordability of health care for urban American Indians and Alaska Natives
Updated: November 6, 2012

This fact sheet examines cost as a primary barrier to health care access, including health insurance coverage and barriers to coverage and types of health care not received due to cost. (November 2012)

Health Priority Identification Toolkit
Health Priority Identification Toolkit
Updated: August 6, 2012

This toolkit provides introductory information for conducting a health needs assessment for your organization and community. Also, it includes background information on various types of organizational needs assessments and links to publicly available resources that aid in conducting assessments. (August 6 2012)

Visibility Through Data: Health Information for Urban American Indian and Alaska Native Communities
Visibility Through Data: Health Information for Urban American Indian and Alaska Native Communities
Updated: August 6, 2009

This report summarizes information for providers working toward improving the health and well-being of urban AI/AN and is a resource that highlights specific health issues facing this population. The report includes rank lists of health disparities measured against Healthy People 2010 Objectives, summarizes results from a survey of urban Indian health organization staff, and includes analysis of technical assistance requests that have been received by the UIHI over the past year. The report is intended to offer guidance on how to use the information for advocacy, funding, and program planning purposes. (August 2009)


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