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Clients Bill of Rights
All clients of UAII have the right to receive services without regard to gender, culture, ethnic group identification, economic status, education level, disability, age creed, religion, or sexual orientation. Our policy is outlined in our Clients Bill of Rights, which can be downloaded .
Board of Directors
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Funders and Community Partners
UAII Programs are funded by the following: Dept. of Health and Human Services - Indian Health Service, California Rural indian Health Board - Community Challenge Grant, California Employment Development Dept., California Governor's Office of Emergency Services, LA County Alcohol Programs - General Relief, Office of Alcohol Programs Services, LA County Community Development - CSBG, CSAIBG, LA county Dept. of Health Services, Office of AIDS Programs and Policy, Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) - CMHS, Los Angeles Department of Mental Health, Administration for Native Americans, County of Los Angeles - Department of Public Health/Substance Abuse Prevention and Control, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Leo S. Guthman Foundation, and Private Donations.
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Fresno American Indian
Central High School - LAUSD
Family Emergency Preparedness Program
Diabetes Prevention Program
System of Care
Strengthening American Indian Families (SAIF)
Seven Generations Child & Family Services
American Indian Clubhouse
Los Angeles American Indian Health Project
Robert Sundance Family Wellness Center
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Walking in a New Direction (WIND) Project