In October 2021, the Spotted Bull Recovery Resource Center is targeted to open the doors of a new residential treatment program for the Fort Peck community. Spotted Bull has historically been the Fort Peck Tribes’ outpatient chemical dependency center. In 2016, they applied for a planning grant to start thinking about how they could treat … Continued
As an example of how we support Tribes in realizing their own health improvement goals, we are highlighting the Blackfeet Nation – one of our longest-standing partners – and how they are transforming their health system.
Listen to MHCF Senior Program Officer Tressie White’s Home Ground Radio interview with Brian Kahn.
The National Indian Health Board and North Dakota State University released a report outlining the impact a full repeal of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act would have on Tribes and American Indians/Alaska Natives across the country.
MHCF announces more than $600,000 in new grants to improve American Indian health in Montana.
Health Affairs guest blog post by MHCF CEO Dr. Aaron Wernham on how the Foundation has worked in its first two years to build new partnerships for American Indian and Alaska Native health.
Montana’s Medicaid expansion offers an unprecedented opportunity to improve the availability of a full spectrum of healthcare services for Montana’s American Indian people.
The Office of American Indian Health was created as a result of the dedicated work by tribal leaders and state and federal health officials to help develop a framework for addressing the health disparities that affect Montana’s American Indian people.