Clinic Open Hours
Counseling and Dental Offices are closed on Saturday.
Clinic Walk-in Hours
No Appointment Necessary
Counseling and Dental walk-in hours vary; please call for more information.
On-Call Access ⓘ
Mental Health Emergencies
Hennepin County can help people who are in the midst of a mental health crisis.
Adults, 18 and older
Children, ages 17 and younger
Nearest Bus Stops: Metro Transit Bus Routes 2 & 14 (Franklin Ave E & 13th Ave S), Route 5 (Chicago Ave S & Franklin Ave E).
Light Rail: Franklin Ave Station (5 minute walk)
NACC Calendar of Events
Wellbriety Circle is a culturally appropriate program for Native American people (which includes people from all directions) in recovery, to create the opportunity for individuals to live sober and balanced lives; healthy lives that are balanced emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually.
- Gain support from women that understand the challenges you are facing.
- Learn to manage your recovery challenges with compassion and understanding through the natural laws, principles, and values based in Native culture and beliefs.
- Feel empowered to live a healthier life.
Every Friday (starting June 2nd 2017) 2pm
This group is for women 18 and up.
Feel free to contact Simone with any questions: 612.843.5919
Full Range of Health Services
Community Focused Care
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We provide comprehensive family practice services, care coordination and integrated care and can connect you with specialty care if needed.
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Everyone smiles in the same language, we provide quality dental care to people of all ages.
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NACC has a compassionate team of clinical staff who are available for appointments, walk-ins, groups, and integrated care during your medical visits.
How to Get Care
Call to Set Appointment
(612) 872-8086. Our receptionist will help you set an appointment to see the proper care provider.
Visit the Clinic During Walk-in Hours
There are daily walk-in hours when you can see a care provider without an appointment. M/T/Th/F: 8:30-11:30 and 1:00-3:00 W: 9:30-11:30 and 1:30-3:00, Sat: 9:45-1:00.
Healthcare for the Native Community & More
NACC exists to serve the healthcare needs of all people of the Twin Cities. All are welcome at the clinic. We also have a specific mission to serve the Native American community and our programs are designed around that purpose.
Our Mission & Values
✓ 17,000 patient visits every year
✓ 85% of our patients are Native American
NACC Diabetes Prevention Program
The Native American Community Clinic (NACC) with funding from the City of Minneapolis is offering free diabetes prevention classes for all who qualify. The classes are based on the CDC’s (Center for Disease Control) Lifestyle Change Curriculum. The course will help you to eat a better healthier diet as well as help you find way to be more active. Fifty eight percent of those who have done this course push back Type 2 Diabetes for a decade or do not get it.
How to Join
Step 1: Contact Group Leader
Moriah Johnson is our Health Promotions Program Supervisor. Contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-843-5928. She will give you more information about the group and what to expect.
Step 2: Visit the Group
Our Diabetes prevention/pre-diabetes education class meets on Fridays , 10:30-11:30 at the Minneapolis American Indian Center.
Our Diabetes Education Class (for caregivers or those living with diabetes) meets Thursdays 4-5pm.
Step 3: Feel Better and More In Control
Taking control of your health feels great. Take the steps to make a lasting change.
Billing Information & Contact Form
If Your Request Is Urgent, Please Call Us (612) 872-8086
How To Pay
For billing questions, call NACC’s Billing Office at 612-843-5900