About.

Native American Community Clinic opened its doors in 2003 to address the health disparities within the urban Native American community of the Twin Cities. Our mission is to promote the health & wellness of mind, body, and spirit of Native American families. We offer a full range of healthcare services that include Medical, Behavioral Health, Dental, and Substance Abuse programs. NACC approaches healthcare by addressing root causes of health disparities including access to food, housing and health insurance with services such as resource navigation, care coordination, outreach and community-based activities through the use of our peer recovery coaches and community health workers. NACC strives to honor health and tradition by providing spiritual care and access to traditional healing through our Elders in Residence.

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Our Mission

Our Values

Promote health & wellness of mind, body and spirit in Native American Families

  • Honor tradition & health

  • Decrease health disparities for Native American families in the Twin Cities

  • Provide quality care regardless of ability to pay

  • Be a good relative to all

  • Honor diversity and inclusion

 
 
 
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Leadership Team

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dr. Antony Stately, Chief Executive Officer

(Ojibwe/Oneida) received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University in 1997… More


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Dr. kari rabie, chief medical officer

Kari Rabie, MD has been the Chief Medical Officer at NACC since 2011. Prior to working at NACC she was Medical Director at Southside Community Health… More


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Shannon Fahey, chief information officer

Shannon Fahey currently holds the position of Chief Information Officer at the Native American Community Clinic in Minneapolis, MN… More


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Dr. Laurelle myhra, Director of behavioral health

Laurelle Myhra, PhD, LMFT an enrolled member of Red Lake Band of Ojibwe and is the Director of Behavioral Health at NACC. She is on the … More


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Dr. Emily Pietig, director of dental services

Dr. Emily Pietig is the Dental Director of the Native American Community Clinic (NACC), a federally qualifying health center, where she works to decrease… More


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Gregg harrison, director of operations

 
 
 
 

NACC Care Providers

MEDICAL CLINIC


Behavioral Health CLINIC


DENTAL CLINIC


NACC-rED lAKE Wiinodewe IOP


Wiidookodaadiwin Clinic

 

Spiritual Care

 
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Board of Directors