AIHSC is a non-profit organization serving the health needs of American Indians.
The mission of the American Indian Health Service of Chicago, Inc. is dedicated to providing quality healthcare to the American Indian community and other under-served populations.
The AIHSC was organized and operates exclusively as a non-profit charitable organization with IRS tax exempt status 501c3. The organization is one of 34 urban health centers for American Indians in the United States and the board of directors consist of eleven-member community-based volunteers of which 51 % are American Indians (PL 94-437, Indian Health Care Improvement Act, Title V: Urban Indian Health Programs). The organization is the only American Indian operated medical and behavioral health clinic in the state of Illinois.
The organization provides accessible, preventive health care, and outreach services regardless of one’s inability to pay. The services offered are: medical clinic, behavioral health clinic, alcohol and substance abuse out-patient counseling services and community education, diabetes clinic and community education, domestic violence and suicide prevention programs, HIV testing, education and prevention, and community outreach services /community health worker program.
Medical and Behavioral Health Clinics
4326 W. Montrose Ave, Chicago (IL), 60613, United States