- HIV TEST
- STIs TEST
- STIs Treatment
United American Indian Involvement, Inc is the largest provider of human and health services for American Indians/ Alaskan Natives (AI/AN) living in the County of Los Angeles. Established in 1974 on the streets of skid row, downtown L.A. by two empowered American Indian women, Babba Cooper (Lakota) and Marian Zucco (Paiute) who wanted to serve the most impoverished community who lacked resources and access to services. Starting with 2 employees and a $150,000 annual budget in one floor of a three-level building that is one of the oldest in LA, quickly they doubled in size operating with 4 employees and a $300,000 budget over all three floors at 118 Winston Street. Our founders were able to create legitimacy within the skid row community while instilling hope for those in need of much-needed support and services.
UAII Health Clinic takes a very holistic and integrated approach to health care. We offer access to a comprehensive care team all working together to promote and support the physical, behavioral, and spiritual well-being of our urban Los Angeles AI/AN community.
The Clinic is open Wednesdays through Fridays, but you can call any weekday schedule an appointment. Walk-ins and same day appointments may be available, and will be accommodated whenever possible.
Some of the clinical services offered to our registered clients include:
– Diagnosis and management of acute and chronic diseases
– School Physicals
– Well-child services
– Physical examinations
– Laboratory services
– Preventative medicine
– Rapid HIV testing and referral
– STD/STI detection and treatment
– Nutritional education
– Women’s health: pap smears, contraception, pregnancy testing, family planning, mammogram referrals