To Enhance Health and Wellness of the Cheyenne-Arapaho Tribes and Native American Communities by providing Compassionate, Comprehensive and Holistic approaches through Advocacy, Education and Awareness.
To improve the quality of life of the individual, family and communities by empowering people to lead healthier lives.
Programs of the Department of Health
Diabetes Wellness Program
This program is intended to empower our tribal members giving them the tools necessary to make health lifestyle choices. It is aimed at preventing diabetes and enabling our diabetic patients to cope with the complications of this illness.
Substance Abuse Program
The George Hawkins Memorial Treatment Center is a non-medical residential, intensive treatment program designed to facilitate the rehabilitation of the alcohol &/or substance abuser by placing the client in a highly-structured, therapeutic environment.
Health Education Program
The purpose of the Health Education Program is to access program needs and develop plans in addition to coordinating, implementing, and evaluating the total health education component of the Cheyenne-Arapaho service area. The program objective is to improve the quality of health through participating with the application of education principles and concepts as well as motivating individuals to assume responsibility.
Emergency Medical Services
Our mission is to provide quality and compassionate care and transportation to the people we serve (the Tribal Members).
Community Health Representative Program
CHR provide financial relief for dialysis patients, medically necessary transportation make home visits, monitor homebound patients, perform health screening, pick-up and delivery of medications and generally assist in meeting the medical needs of the Tribal Community.
The purpose of the R.E.Sp.E.C.T. Program is to provide an opportunity that encourages our tribal members to participate in a healthy sports and recreational environment that enriches their lives as productive and respectful members of society. R.E.Sp.E.C.T. represents the values of commitment and responsibility to inspire leadership, teamwork, and encourage tribal members to be active by providing opportunities to be successful in recreation and exercise programs for better health.