We provide access to health care depending on the level of need for registered clients. The primary program services are comprehensive case management, public health nursing, clinic services, diabetes management, and health education. The onsite Community Health Clinic opened on March 15, 2007.
Health Services Offered:
- UAII Community Clinic
- Case Management
- Diabetes Programs
The Los Angeles American Indian Health Project will continue to provide and expand culturally sensitive healthcare services for the American Indian / Alaska Native community, empower individuals to be in control of their own health, and improve the quality of life for present and future generations.
To provide quality healthcare with access to clinical services, case management and health education to the American Indian / Alaska Native community residing in the greater Los Angeles area while respecting individuality and promoting health and well-being in a culturally sensitive manner.
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
The health services offered operate under Federal guidelines established by the Department of Health and Human Services Indian Health Service when determining eligibility for program services.
The Eligibility Guidelines can be found here
American Indian / Alaska Native patients will be screened for special program eligibility, such as Medi-Cal. This is because the Indian Health Service program dollars (funds) will cover only a limited scope of health services such as primary medical care. If you qualify for local, state, or federal insurance programs you may be eligible to receive additional health benefits outside of what the Los Angeles American Indian Health Project can offer.
We have staff available that can help answer questions you may have or assist with the health insurance application process.