The American Indian Health Commission is a Tribally-driven non-profit organization working on behalf of the 29 federally-recognized Indian Tribes and two Urban Indian Health Organizations in the state of Washington.

Our mission is to support and protect Tribal sovereignty, and to improve the health and cultural well-being of American Indians and Alaska Natives through convening, advocacy, public education, and technical assistance.

AIHC serves as a forum where a collective Tribal government voice is shaped on shared health disparity priorities. Tribes and UIHOs work collaboratively with Washington State health leaders, the Governor’s office and legislature to address these priorities.

By bringing state and Tribal partners together, specific health disparity priorities are addressed across multiple systems—pooling resources and expertise for greater health outcomes.

We are resilient. Our Ways Are Resilient.