Indigenous Pact PBC, Inc
Wisconsin, United States
Service with Minor Environmental Footprint
Indigenous Pact believes health is the starting point for building strong communities and that ensuring every Native American has access to high quality care is the key to sustaining future generations. We leverage our knowledge of complex and ever-shifting government policy to guide Native Leaders to take control of their own destiny by helping them build, maintain, and extend access to sustainable carecentered solutions that improve the wellbeing of their Tribe. Our caring and crafted approach is centered around listening to the unique needs of each Tribal community, inspiring them with fresh perspectives, and then empowering them with the strategies, connections, and resources needed to fast track their vision. In so doing, we’re harnessing the collective power of Indian Country to reshape Native American systems of care so that each of our partner Tribe’s members, and all Native Americans, have access the quality care they deserve when and where they need it — even when off the reservation. Join us, we’re stronger together.
Overall B Impact Score
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