Consolidated Tribal Health Project, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit,
ambulatory health clinic that has served the rural Mendocino County
Consolidated Tribal Health Project,
Inc. is committed to healthy lifestyles and honoring traditional
Native American values to maintain physical, mental, emotional and
social well being of the community.
| CTHP was originally
formed to address the unmet needs of an underserved population:
Native Americans living in Mendocino County. This population
consists of Pomo people from ten area tribal communities, Cahto,
other California and out of state American Indians/ Alaska Natives.
Mendocino County's AI/AN population is 5.2% compared to the
state-wide average of 1.2%. CTHP serves over half of the county's
|Mendocino County is
a 3,509 square mile rural county in Northern California wherein some
geographic areas are actually designated as frontier. It is the 15th
largest county in California, and topographically diverse, with
ocean, inland valleys, mountains, lakes and rivers and redwood
|In 2009, 3,173
patients visited CTHP and made a total of 19,097 patient visits.
CTHP's patient profile for 2009: 19.2% White; 69.2% AI/AN;
0.4% Black; 11% Other; 0.2% Asian Pacific Islander.
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991 N. State St.
Redwood Valley, Ca. 95470
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