HOW TO JOIN CRIHB
The CRIHB Membership is made up of any Tribe or Tribal Health Organization in California providing direct health care and health related services to Indians in California, which is governed by an Indian governing body, and makes timely payment of dues and fees is eligible to designate two Directors and one Alternate Director to the California Rural Indian Health Board (CRIHB) from its own governing body. Said Directors must be members of Federally recognized tribes. For Associate Members, the annual membership fees are due and payable on the Thursday preceeding the January Board of Directors meeting; which is held the fourth weekend of January.
CRIHB MEMBERSHIP PROCESS
HOW TO APPLY VIA MAIL:
- Complete and print the CRIHB membership application
- Submit an executed resolution
- Complete and submit the delegate certification form which designates two delegates to sit on the CRIHB Board.
- Mail all documents along with your payment to:
California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc.
4400 Auburn Blvd., 2nd Floor
Sacramento, CA 95841
(All checks are payable to the: California Rural Indian Health Board)
There is only one California Rural Indian Health Board in our State. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to add your voice to our membership. Join or renew today and start enjoying the many benefits of being part of our Association.
CRIHB is seeking nominations for the Hall of Fame Awards
Only 3 new inductees will be awarded
CRIHB is also seeking nominations for the Annual Awards
There are six award categories
Nominate by August 13, 2012
CRIHB is offering the opportunity
to advertise at the Annual Board
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Want to get involved? Be sure to check out our "Call To Action" section and keep up to date on the important health issues affecting you and your family. You'll find important information on upcoming and ongoing legislative action, advocacy campaigns, and important Indian healthcare policy alerts. Read Federal Issues Updates or States Issues Updates.
CRIHB HONORS THE
America Reaffirms Health Care for Indian Country
National Indian Health Board
Washington, DC – The United States’ 564 federally‐recognized tribes claim victory with today’s
historic passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The House passed the Senate’s
health care reform bill by a vote of 219 to 212 which includes the reauthorization of the Indian Health
Care Improvement Act (IHCIA), placing in effect health care legislation that American Indians and
Alaska Natives have been requesting from Congress for the past ten years. Read More.....
The CRIHB 40th History Books are now available for sale
Full Members: $15 per book
Associate Members: $20 per book
Non Members: $30 per book
If you would like to order a copy, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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