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Effective 12/21/2020 through 01/11/2021, or determined otherwise, the Tucson Indian Center remains open and will only be providing services via telecommunications.  During this time, we will not be accommodating walk-ins or face to face appointments. Please call (520)884-7131 to let us know how we can serve you.  Please also see our Covid Updates page:



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Available Positions

Wellness Transportation & Records Specialist

Salary: Grade 22 – Non-exempt

Status: Probationary/Permanent, Full-Time

Hrs/WK: Forty (40)

Department: Wellness

Job Location: Tucson, Arizona

Nature of Work:
Incumbent is responsible for safely transporting clients to health services, including medical, dental, and mental health appointments. Delivers medication to home bound patients and provides educational activities. Will perform routine wellness record/chart maintenance and abstract specific information from medical records/charts for reports, quality improvement, etc.   Responsible for accuracy, efficiency and retrieval of processed data.   

For more details on the position and to download an application, please see the PDF below

Native Pride Project Coordinator

Salary: Grade 24 - Non-exempt (DOE)

Status: Probationary/Full-Time

Hrs/WK: (40) Forty Hours

Department: Wellness

Job Location: Tucson, Arizona

Nature of Work:
The incumbent is responsible for coordinating the planning, implementation, completion, and evaluation partnership of the Native Pride Project (NPP) goals, objectives, and activities.  The purpose the NPP is to promote early intervention strategies and implement positive youth development programming to reduce risk factors for suicidal behavior and substance abuse.  The incumbent will implement evidence-based and practice-based approaches to build resiliency, promote positive development, and increase self-sufficiency behaviors among Native youth.  The incumbent will promote family engagement in youth/young adults around suicide prevention in the Tucson urban Indian community, addressing that strong connections to family and community support are a key protective factor for suicide.  The incumbent will increase access to prevention activities for youth to prevent methamphetamine use and other substance use disorders that contribute to suicidal behaviors, in culturally appropriate ways.

For more details on the position and to download an application, please see the PDF below

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