Map: Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country Subawardees

Good Health and Wellness in Indian Country (GHWIC) is the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) largest investment to improve American Indian and Alaskan Native (AI/AN) tribal health and is focused on health promotion and chronic disease prevention.

CDC funds 27 GHWIC recipients across three components. Component Two tribal organizations and their sub-awardees are listed on this map.

GHWIC subawardee funding map with numbered markers at all component two awardees and triangle markers for subawardees

Green location marker notating all of the GHWIC Component Two sites (Tribal Organizations)

Tribal Organizations

  1. Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium Inc.external icon (Anchorage, AK)
  2. Albuquerque Area Indian Health Boardexternal icon (Albuquerque, NM)
  3. California Rural Indian Health Board Inc.external icon (Roseville, CA)
  4. Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Councilexternal icon (Lac Du Flambeau, WI)
  5. Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Boardexternal icon (Rapid City, SD)
  6. Inter Tribal Council of Arizona Inc.external icon (Phoenix, AZ)
  7. Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Boardexternal icon (Portland, OR)
  8. Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Councilexternal icon (Billings, MT)
  9. Seattle Indian Health Board – UIHIexternal icon (Seattle, WA)
  10. Southern Plains Tribal Health Board Foundationexternal icon (Oklahoma City, OK)
  11. United South and Eastern Tribes Inc.external icon (Nashville, TN)