Sonoma County Indian Health Project (SCIHP) is licensed by the State of California as a Community Health  Center.  They provide medical, dental, nutritional, behavioral health, pharmacy and health education services.

Through a special relationship with the California Rural Indian Health Board (CRIHB), SCIHP is a subcontractor with the federal government.  In effect, this establishes SCIHP as a tribal organization under the provisions of Public Law 93-638 (Indian Self-Determination & Education Act), and as such, performs the functions of the Indian Health Service throughout their assigned service area.

More than 6,000 patients visited SCIHP in 2014, sixty-five percent of whom live below the federal poverty level.  Eighty percent of SCIHP’s patients were Native Americans.

Please click on the Sonoma County Indian Health Project logo for more information.