Major Survey on American Indians with Disabilities Released

Published July 17, 2017 WASHINGTON – The National Council of Urban Indian Health (NCUIH) in collaboration with the National Center on American Indians with Disabilities (NCAID) are conducting a comprehensive resource and needs assessment pilot project called “Native Communities Living United for Disability Equality” (NCLUDE). This first of its kind survey will examine the level of […]

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How the GOP Health Bill Impacts American Indians and Alaska Natives with Disabilities

Guest Commentary Published June 26, 2017 Over one-quarter, nearly one million, American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/AN) live with a disability. More than a million of all AI/ANs are enrolled in Medicaid and the Childrens’ Health Insurance Program (CHIP). And, many more are eligible for health coverage through these programs. Without Medicaid and CHIP dollars, […]

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