The mission of the NACA Family Health Center
is to promote and improve the health of individuals, families and the Flagstaff community through prevention and comprehensive treatment of illnesses or conditions.
The NACA Family Health Center
(FHC), which opened in 1991, is one of 34 Urban Indian Health Centers in the country. The NACA FHC is a member of the National Council of Urban Indian Health and of the Arizona Association of Community Health Centers. The FHC is licensed through the Arizona Department of Health Services as a primary health care clinic.
Medical Services: Medical services are provided by board-certified physicians, registered nurses, and health educator. All staff have had extensive experience in working with Native Americans clients. Navajo is spoken.
Medical services include:
Same day appointments: patients are seen daily. Please call in the mornings for available same day appointments. Same day appointments times are reserved for illness care only. Priority is given to the sickest patients.
Eligibility: Native Americans
must present tribal census numbers (CIB) at the time of
service. Native Americans without tribal census numbers and non-Native Americans are responsible for whatever fees are not reimbursed by their insurance.
Most major insurance plans are accepted. Please call the
Family Health Center to find out. No Native
American patients will be denied services.
Health Education Program: Health education
topics are presented on an individual or group basis.
They include diet and exercise, maternal and child
health, dental health, men's and women's health,
sexually transmitted diseases including HIV, substance
abuse and tobacco prevention, and information on medical
conditions and tests.
Health Promotion Program: the
Health Promotion staff provides individualized nutrition assessment, education and case management to people with diabetes. Screenings, blood glucose monitoring, and information on exercise, medications and complications of diabetes are available to individual clients and at community events. Please click here for more information
contact Health Promotions at (928) 773-1245..
Immunizations Program: Vaccinations protect against many infectious diseases. NACA provides free vaccinations to children under age 19 who are established clients. Adult immunizations are available. NACA also offers flu shots on a seasonal basis.
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For more information contact NACA at (928) 773-1245 or
(928) 526-2968 or by email at