The primary mission of the Mariposa, Amador, Calaveras, Tuolumne Health Board, Inc., Is to improve the health status of the American Indian/Alaskan Native population to the highest level through provision of public health, primary and prevention services.
MACT Health Board Inc. operates multiple health care facilities in the four counties of Mariposa, Amador, Calaveras, and Tuolumne. The services are available to all American Indians and their family members, as well as the general public in the community. Our services are conducted in an atmosphere that respects and supports Native American traditions, values and beliefs. The MACT Health Board is composed of representatives from the following organizations: American Indian Council of Mariposa, Calaveras Band of Mi Wuk Indians, Jackson Band of Miwuk Indians, Sierra Native American Council.
MACT Health Board Inc. established the central operating program location, the Tuolumne Rural Indian Health Center in 1969. Additional licensed clinics are those operating out of Sonora, Jackson, San Andreas and Mariposa. The scope of our services has also expanded and includes medical, dental, outreach, and behavioral health.
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MACT Health Board Inc.