Northern Valley Indian Health
Northern Valley Indian Health (NVIH) is a private, nonprofit tribal corporation that was founded in 1971 by a group of Northern California American Indians seeking to reestablish health services for Indians in California. NVIH continues to focus agency efforts on establishing and maintaining an effective and efficient health care system, which ensures services are accessible, available, and of high quality.
True to the mission of its founders, Northern Valley Indian Health's central purpose is to provide health services to eligible American Indians in the service areas of Colusa and Glenn Counties and portions of Butte and Tehama Counties. Medical and Dental services are provided to the general community as well. NVIH currently operates clinics in Chico, Willows, Woodland and Red Bluff. All patients welcome.
For more information, visit www.nvih.org.