NCUIH Thanks Julia Dreyer for Her Service
NCUIH would like to thank Julia Dreyer, the Vice President of Public Policy, for her service to Indian Country as she moves on to her next endeavor! For the past four years, Julia has tirelessly advocated on behalf of American Indians and Alaska Natives living in urban settings. During Ms. Dreyer’s tenure, NCUIH has thrived and achieved significant wins for American Indian and Alaska Native health (AI/AN) care, such as more agency engagement on pressing issues, fighting against work requirements for AI/ANs, 100% FMAP for 8 quarters for services at Urban Indian Organizations (UIOs), UIO inclusion within every COVID-19 relief bill, and the amendment to the Indian Health Care Improvement Act to allow UIOs to use their line item funds for facilities related spending. Please join NCUIH in thanking Julia!
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