National Aggregate of Urban Indian Organization Service Areas: Community Health Profile

This document produced by the Urban Indian Health Institute includes individual Community Health Profiles for 45 different Urban Indian Organization services areas in the United States. The profiles contain information related to sociodemographics, mortality, substance abuse, and other health topics. Key findings show that urban residing American Indians and Alaska Natives tend to experiences disproportionate rates of poverty and inequities in several health indicators compared to non-Hispanic white populations.

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