TECPHI Recipient Map
Funding of Tribal Epidemiology Centers
Public Health Infrastructure (TECPHI), DP17-1704
National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Tribal Epidemiology Centers Public Health Infrastructure (TECPHI) is a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 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.
There are 12 TECs and one Network Coordinating Center awarded through the TECPHI program. They are listed below, including location. Visit the sites below for more information on each TEC.
Tribal Epidemiology Centers and Service Areas (12 Awards)
Network Coordinating Center (1 Award)
1. Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium Epidemiology Centerexternal icon (Anchorage, AK)
2. Albuquerque Area Southwest Tribal Epidemiology Centerexternal icon (Albuquerque, NM)
3. California Tribal Epidemiology Centerexternal icon (Sacramento, CA)
4. Great Lakes Inter Tribal Epidemiology Centerexternal icon (Lac du Flambeau, WI)
5. Great Plains Tribal Epidemiology Centerexternal icon (Rapid City, SD)
7. Navajo Epidemiology Centerexternal icon (Window Rock, AZ)
9. Oklahoma Area Tribal Epidemiology Centerexternal icon (Oklahoma City, OK)
10. Rocky Mountain Tribal Epidemiology Centerexternal icon (Billings, MT)
11. Urban Indian Health Instituteexternal icon (Seattle, WA)
12. United South and Eastern Tribes Tribal Epidemiology Centerexternal icon (Nashville, TN)