NPAIHB

Portland Area Regional Referral Specialty Center

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Established in 1972, the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board (NPAIHB or the Board) is a non-profit tribal advisory organization serving the forty-three federally recognized tribes of Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. Our mission is to eliminate health disparities and improve the quality of life of American Indians and Alaska Natives by supporting Northwest Tribes in their delivery of culturally appropriate, high quality healthcare.

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Providing health-related research, surveillance, training and technical assistance to improve the quality of life of American Indians and Alaskan Natives

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All forty-three federally recognized tribes in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington are members, or Delegates, of the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board

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June 15th was World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.

Our Tribal Elders are a growing population of Indian Country and many tribal, state, and other programs are not adequately equipped to meet the cultural, traditional, and special needs of our sacred elders, our wisdom keepers and teachers. NPAIHB is dedicated to assisting and promoting the health needs and concerns of Native people.

For more resources specific to Indigenous Elder Justice & Elder abuse visit iasquared.org/naeji/elder-abuse-codes/

#IndianCountry #NativeHealth #ElderAbuseAwareness #ProtectOurElders
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June 15th was World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.

Our Tribal Elders are a growing population of Indian Country and many tribal, state, and other programs are not adequately equipped to meet the cultural, traditional, and special needs of our sacred elders, our wisdom keepers and teachers. NPAIHB is dedicated to assisting and promoting the health needs and concerns of Native people. 

For more resources specific to Indigenous Elder Justice & Elder abuse visit https://iasquared.org/naeji/elder-abuse-codes/ 

#IndianCountry #NativeHealth #ElderAbuseAwareness #ProtectOurElders

NPAIHB offices are closed today in observance of #Juneteenth!
Juneteenth is a federal holiday that brings recognition to the day Galveston, TX slaves were finally granted freedom. Learn more at; nmaahc.si.edu/explore/stories/historical-legacy-juneteenth.

All federal offices and courts are closed today. U.S. Post offices are closed and there will be no deliveries.
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NPAIHB offices are closed today in observance of #Juneteenth! 
Juneteenth is a federal holiday that brings recognition to the day Galveston, TX slaves were finally granted freedom. Learn more at; https://nmaahc.si.edu/explore/stories/historical-legacy-juneteenth.

All federal offices and courts are closed today. U.S. Post offices are  closed and there will be no deliveries.
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