Technical Assistance is a term used in Public Health to describe topic specific guidance tailored to the needs of our UIOs by coupling the use of innovative technology to facilitate capacity building of organizations. NCUIH’s Technical Assistance and Research Center (TARC) provides webinars and trainings to various audiences working with the urban American Indians/Alaska Native (AI/AN) population. These webinars are video recorded and housed on National Council of Urban Indian Health’s (NCUIH) YouTube channel for reference. All event registrants are sent copies of presentations and web-link access to recordings.
Training topics include:
- Health Insurance Outreach and Enrollment
- Patient Centered Medical Homes
- Mental Health and Substance Abuse
- Suicide Prevention
- Customer Service
- Quality Improvement Programming
- Staff Wellness
NCUIH strongly believes that providing customized and culturally sound capacity building & knowledge tools is essential to foster and trigger changes necessary to advance our community in the optimal direction.
UIO Board Training
NCUIH assists UIO boards with their obligation to uphold the duty of organizational care, organizational loyalty, and ethical and legal obedience. In the interest of promoting sustainability and effectiveness, members understand a need to increase revenue, staffing, and quality of service delivery. NCUIH’s structured training and technical assistance promotes current best practices to ensure Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) efforts within UIOs, allowing them to provide added public value and become better stewards of their funding dollars by:
- Improving accountability
- Refining service delivery
- Meeting changes in service need
- Enhancing information management, client tracking & documentation
- Contributing to the design of new programs
- Facilitating creative/innovative solutions
- Supplementing Board orientation, recruitment, and training programs
Onsite Training [Temporarily Virtual]
NCUIH provides a virtual annual Board Training open to all UIO Executive Leadership and Board Personnel. Onsite training will resume based upon COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.
For more information, please contact the Director of the Technical Assistance, Zepporah Fuller by filling out the form below.