TECPHI Funding Totals

Tribal Epidemiology Centers Public Health Infrastructure (TECPHI) is a cooperative agreement that complements Indian Health Services (IHS) funding to increase Tribal Epidemiology Centers’ (TECs) public health capacity and infrastructure. This helps tribes and tribal organizations build data infrastructure, increase staff capacity, and establish partnerships.

TECs are organizations that serve American Indian and Alaska Native tribal and urban communities. They manage public health information systems, investigate diseases of concern, manage disease prevention and control programs, and respond to public health emergencies. TECs coordinate these activities with other public health authorities.

12 TECs and one Network Coordinating Center are awarded through the TECPHI program. Each TEC is listed below, including location. To visit the awardee sites, go to the TECPHI Awardees page.

Funding Totals for Tribal Epidemiology Centers Public Health Infrastructure
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium  |   Anchorage, AK $596,577
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium National Coordinating Center  |   Anchorage, AK $600,000
Albuquerque Area Indian Health Board  |   Albuquerque, NM $539,715
California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc  |   Sacramento, CA $596,577
Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council, Inc  |   Lac du Flambeau, WI $539,715
Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board  |   Rapid City, SD $464,420
Inter Tribal Council of Arizona  |   Phoenix, AZ $539,715
The Navajo Nation Tribal Government  |   Window Rock, AZ $300,000
Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board  |   Portland, OR $539,715
Rocky Mountain Tribal Leaders Council  |   Billings, MT $464,420
Seattle Indian Health Board/Urban Indian Health Institute  |   Seattle, WA $539,715
Southern Plains Tribal Health Board Foundation  |   Oklahoma City, OK $539,715
United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc.  |   Nashville, TN $539,715