CDC awarded $5.4 million in initial funding to 26 recipients through the new 5-year cooperative agreement: CDC-RFA-TO-23-0001: Strengthening Public Health Systems and Services in Indian Country. This funding will help improve public health outcomes and lessen health inequities in Indian Country.
New online training course developed by The National Indian Health Board
Resources to help tribes and tribal-serving organizations learn more about budget, grants, and funding
How American Indians & Alaska Natives have changed public health for the better
Welcome to CDC’s Tribal Health website. This website highlights the rich history of American Indian and Native Alaska (AI/AN) tribal nations, tribal contributions to public health, and organizations working to improve tribal public health. It also presents issues related to consultation, partnership, and support between CDC and tribes, and tribal serving organizations, as well as resources that are relevant to AI/AN communities. Through this website, CDC continues its commitment to improving the health and safety of AI/AN people.
CDC has developed resources to help Tribal communities plan, prepare, and respond to COVID-19.
New Federal Grants Management Training Series available for all federal grant recipients.
The National Center for State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Public Health Infrastructure and Workforce (Public Health Infrastructure Center) is CDC’s principal point of contact for American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) tribal nations and tribal serving organizations. The Public Health Infrastructure Center Office of Tribal Affairs and Strategic Alliances (OTASA) connects tribal nations and tribal-serving organizations to CDC and ATSDR programs, and provides funding for building and improving cross-cutting tribal public health infrastructure. The Public Health Infrastructure Center and OTASA are committed to ensuring that AI/AN communities receive public health services that keep them safe and healthy.
If you have any questions, please contact CDC Tribal Support at TribalSupport@cdc.gov or 404-498-0300.