The Urban Inter-Tribal Center of Texas is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a successful 50-year history of providing culturally-sensitive, community-based services to meet the diverse needs of American Indians/Alaska Natives living in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.
UITCT offers the following services: Primary Care Clinic, Dental Clinic, Pharmacy, Behavioral Health Counseling, Employment and Training Program. With a governing board of 14 and a full-time staff of 39, the majority of UITCT’s funding is for the Primary Care Clinic, which is part of the Urban Indian Health Program. Funding sources include Indian Health Service contracts and grants, State of Texas Breast Cancer and Cervical Cancer Services Program, U.S. Department of Labor grant, Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs grant, and Federal grants.
The Urban Inter-Tribal Center of Texas serves American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/AN) who are members of federally-recognized tribes. The state of Texas is home to 794,026 AI/AN’s, comprising 2.7% of the state’s population, 222,053 of them residing within UITCT’s 11-county service area.