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There are 41 Urban Indian Organizations in the United States. Urban Indian Organizations provide unique access to quality health care and culturally comprehensive services for Urban American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) people who do not live on or near a reservation.
Urban Indian organization means a nonprofit situated in an urban center governed by a board of directors of whom at least 51 percent are American Indian and Alaska Natives, for establishing and administering an urban Indian health program and related activities as described in the Indian Health Care Improvement Act.
Region refers to the eight (8) groups of states in which Organizational Members are located and from which representative directors are selected to sit on the Board of Directors, per the bylaws.