What We Do
We work in a variety of areas to bring together expertise and help share knowledge and tools with a broad range of rural and tribal stakeholders.
- Addressing Indigenous Health
- Educating and Informing
- Informing Policy
- Research and Evaluation
- Working with Communities
The Center for Rural Health is designated as the North Dakota State Office of Rural Health, a federal-state partnership that helps rural communities build their healthcare services through collaborations and initiatives with a wide range of partners across the state.
- Behavioral Health
- Disease and Injury
- Emergency Medical Services
- Health Information Technology
- Health Workforce
- Hospitals and Facilities
- Oral Health
- Public Health
We are a helping hand for rural and tribal communities in North Dakota, the region, and the nation.
We are also home to national programs and multi-state efforts related to rural and tribal health. These national and regional efforts help build and strengthen rural and tribal communities. The expertise cultivated through this work helps us do even more to support rural North Dakota.
Who We Work With
- Rural health facilities, their urban partner organizations and health networks
- Emergency medical service units
- Public health units
- Healthcare professionals
- Economic development associations
- Health, human services, and faith-based organizations
- Health associations
- State and federal agencies
- Local, state, and federal policymakers