Native Americans for Community Action, Inc. (NACA)

NACA was founded in 1971 and is one of 34 Urban Indian programs in the United States, serving Flagstaff and surrounding Coconino County. In 1992, NACA opened the Family Health Center, a primary health care facility, to serve Native American and other community members. Governed by an all-volunteer Board of Directors, NACA currently employs over 50 staff members to carry out a full spectrum of health and human service programs including diabetes and cardiovascular education and prevention, Pathways – an after school program for youth, parenting, and tobacco prevention, Overlook – a program for Native American vendors, the Workforce Investment Act – providing training and employment opportunities, and an array of substance abuse and mental health services.

Services Provided:

Primary medical care
Adult, sports and well child physicals
Acute and chronic illness care
Well woman care and family planning
Nutrition and health education services
Referrals to specialty care through the Indian Health Services or other agencies


NACA Family Health Center
1500 East Cedar Avenue, Suite 26
Flagstaff, AZ 86004

Hours: Monday – Thursday 8 am – 6 pm; Friday 8 am – 5 pm