Services at a glance
South Dakota Urban Indian Health (SDUIH) has a broad diabetes program that provides diabetic care for all individuals regardless of race. The program has many special ways to provide culturally sensitive and quality information to Native Americans with diabetes and works to meet the needs of the patients and their families. The SDUIH Diabetes Programs follows […]
SDUIH provides additional services that make it easier to access your care while enhancing your experience with specialized programming.
South Dakota Urban Indian Health offers affordable primary and preventative health care for adults and children of all ages.
SDUIH provides comprehensive Substance Use Disorder and Mental Health services for all ages. Services can be coordinated with medical providers at both the Sioux Falls and Pierre clinics.
ABOUT HEALTH & MEDICAL
South Dakota Urban Indian Health
SDUIH was incorporated in the State of South Dakota , as a non-profit corporation on October 6, 1977. Its governing body has a five (5) member Board of Directors serving in accordance with the By-Laws of the corporation. SDUIH was awarded a contract with IHS under Title V of the Indian Health Care Improvement Act, in October 1977. The goal of that contract is to develop mechanisms which would provide for and improve the utilization and accessibility of health services by non-reservation Indians. SDUIH was also awarded a grant from Health and Human Services to provide Substance Abuse, Mental Health, Immunization, Health Promotion/Disease Prevention and Diabetes services.