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To provide quality outreach health care services and health promotion/disease prevention services to American Indians and Alaska Natives within their communities through the use of well-trained CHR’s as mandated by Section 107 of P.L. 100-713, dated November 23, 1988.


The CHR Program was implemented to improve the health knowledge, attitudes, and practices of Indian people by promoting, supporting, and assisting the Indian Health Service (IHS) in delivering a total health care program.  The efforts of CHR program staff have produced an American Indian and Alaska Native health service delivery system, which provides for follow-up and continued contact with health care delivery system at the community level, thereby meeting the most basic needs of American Indian and Alaska Native population.


  • Home Visits

  • Transportation

  • Health Screenings


  • Health Education

  • Monitor Patients

  • Case Management


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  • If transportation is to be provided, it shall be within the local community to/from an IHS or tribal hospital or clinic for routine, non-emergency problems, to a patient without other means of transportation when necessary.

  • Transportation request must be made 5 days in advance.

  • All transports will be cancelled if bad weather occurs and office closures. CHR’S adheres to the Pueblo of Tesuque Policy for inclement weather and office closures.

  • Minors need to accompany by an adult.

  • There will be no transportations on Fridays.

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