Greenville Rancheria Resource Guide
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Community Health


The goal of the Community Health Department is to improve the health outcomes of the Greenville Rancheria Tribal Health Center patients. We facilitate this through a number of health promoting community-based events including a health focused youth summer camp, diabetes prevention walks, diabetes cooking classes, diabetes empowerment YouTube channel, DPP Classes / Prediabetes classes. Due to the prevalence of diabetes in the Native American community we strive to empower the patients to better manage their diabetes, prevent the complications of diabetes, and achieve and maintain an optimum health status. We accomplish this by providing culturally sensitive, quality comprehensive diabetes self-management and preventative programs to meet the needs of our patients. We also have a cases management Group that focuses on one-on-one care with our patients, provider, and care team.

Our CHR Program offers the following services:

  • Patient Home Visits
  • Home Safety Evaluations
  • Certified Car Seat Installers
  • Patient Support & Community Resource Assistance
  • Diabetes Health Care Team Members
  • National Diabetes Prevention Program PRE-Diabetes Lifestyle Change Program
  • Second Wind Smoking Cessation (Workshops & One-on-one)
  • Guided Weekly Walking Groups
  • LIHEAP Application Processing
  • HEAP Application
  • Fishing License Processing
  • HOOPA Food
  • IHSS Application
  • Positive Indian Parenting Workshops (PIP)
  • Family Spirit Curriculum Maternal & Early Childhood Health
  • Monthly Diabetes Sharing Circle & Cooking
  • Diabetes Empowerment Education Program

Health Calendar

Links for Applications

Diabetes Information Smoking Cessation Information