Our Mission is to strengthen and encourage the health and economic well-being of American Indians.


UITCT is the only Urban Indian Health clinic in the state of Texas. Offering Primary Care Medical and Dental services.


The UITCT Behavorial Health department offers counseling services, Substance Abuse programs, and the Healing Circle support group.


The Employment & Training department assists eligible individuals with their job searches, highe education scholarships, and other services. Register with them today.

Who We Are

The Urban Inter-Tribal Center of Texas is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a successful 46-year history of providing culturally-sensitive, community-based services to meet the diverse needs of over 76,000 American Indians/Alaska Natives living in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.

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What We Do – Urban Inter-Tribal Center of Texas Mission Statement

To Enhance the Health and Socio-Economic Status of American Indians Living in the DFW Metroplex

How We Started – History of UITCT

1956 – 1970
The organization opened it’s doors in 1971 to meet the needs of the North Texas Native American Community. At that time, many tribal members were living in the Dallas/Fort Worth area primarily due to the Indian Relocation Act of 1956 (also known as Public Law 959 or the Adult Vocational Training Program).

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Administration I Employment & Training

1283 Record Crossing Road
Dallas, Texas 75235

Primary Care Clinic I Dental Clinic I Behavioral Health

1261 Record Crossing Road
Dallas, Texas 75235

Tribal Outreach    I     Record Crossing Property Management

1269 Record Crossing Road
Dallas, Texas 75235

F. 214-946-4738

P. 214-941-1050

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