NVIH offers vaccines to ALL community members ages 5 and older who live or work in our service area counties. Vaccines can be administered during regular office visits. Service areas include Butte, Glenn, Tehama, Colusa, and Yolo Counties.
Links and PDF files
- NVIH COVID-19 Testing for Native Communities
- What Tribal Members Need to Know About COVID-19
- Tips for Elders and Their Caregivers About COVID-19
- Elder Mental Health During COVID-19
- Stress and Anxiety Management for Providers During COVID-19
- Caring for Someone at Home During COVID-19
- CDC Healthbot
- Home Isolation
- Home Isolation (Spanish)
- COVID-19 Vaccine Forms - 1st dose
- COVID-19 Vaccine Forms - 2nd, 3rd & Booster
- Formas de Vacuna COVID-19 - 1° dosis
- Formas de Vacuna COVID-19 - 2°, 3° o refuerzo
Frequently Asked Questions
- Is NVIH providing in-person medical appointments?
NVIH is currently providing in-person medical in addition to telehealth visits.
- Is NVIH providing non-emergency dental services?
NVIH has resumed providing dental services for established patients.
- Is NVIH accepting new patients?
NVIH is always accepting new Native American patients. All other new patient appointments are subject to provider availability. Please call the clinic and staff will assist you in scheduling an appointment if available.
- Can I schedule a video visit with my provider?
Video visits are available for medical and behavioral health appointments. Please call the clinic to set up an appointment.
- What do I do if I have symptoms related to COVID-19?
If you are experiencing COVID-19 related symptoms, please call ahead. Staff will advise you on how to proceed.
- What COVID-19 related safety measures are you implementing?
- Increased cleaning and disinfecting protocols, including thoroughly sanitizing rooms after each patient visit
- Mandatory health screenings for all patients and staff before entering clinics
- Requiring masks or face coverings in patient care areas for all patients and staff. If you do not have a mask or face covering, one will be provided to you.
- Practicing safe social distancing throughout each clinic
- Utilizing the appropriate PPE such as masks, gloves, gowns, etc. for all staff
- Will I be required to wear a facemask when entering a NVIH health clinic?
Masks or face coverings are required in all NVIH patient care clinics. IF you do not have a mask or face covering, one will be provided to you.
- How can I schedule an in-person appointment with a medical or dental provider?
Patients can call the clinic to schedule an appointment.
Please review this video to learn how to download eClinicalWorks’ Healow app so you can participate in remote appointments with your provider.
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CTTP: Non-recurrent short term benefits announcment
Per the California Tribal TANF Partnership (CTTP) Tribal Liason:
Effective immediately, CTTP will be providing Non-Recurrent Short Term Benefits for Crisis Services due to COVID-19 outbreak. This assistance is available to current CTTP Participants and Community Members who have at least one eligible Native American/Alaska child residing in the home in the CTTP services areas.
Please see the CTTP Crisis Announcement and 300% Federal Poverty Guidelines for more information.
Coronavirus update from our Medical Director
Each day new information and updates are happening in regards to our communities and the Coronavirus illness, also referred to as COVID-19. In an effort to give you timely information, NVIH is providing you with the below links to help you stay up-to-date on the latest information and recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the California Department of Public Health (CDPH).
If you are currently experiencing symptoms of fever, cough, or shortness of breath you might need to be evaluated for possible coronavirus infection. Please call ahead to receive direction before going to a medical provider.
Remember, every person has a role to play to lessen the spread of this virus and to help prevent exposure to others. Much of protecting yourself and your family comes down to simple measures:
- Wear a clean face mask or covering.
- Washing hands with soap and water.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily. If surfaces are dirty, clean them using detergent or soap and water prior to disinfection.
- Avoiding touching eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands.
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue or your inner elbow.
- Avoiding close contact with people who are sick.
- Staying away from work, school or other people if you become sick with respiratory symptoms like fever and cough.
- Following guidance from public health officials.
Please consult with your health care provider about additional steps you may be able to take to protect yourself--remember to call ahead first.