Refugee Health Assessment Program

San Diego American Indian Health Center offers culturally and linguistically appropriate health care and support services to refugee and immigrant communities in the San Diego region. This program provides support to refugees and immigrants within 90 days of their arrival in the U.S. and continues to serve as primary care for medical, mental, behavioral health, wellness, and youth services.

To connect with our refugee health services, please call (619) 234-2158.

We at the San Diego American Indian Health Center are honored to partner with the County of San Diego through the Refugee Health Assessment Program. As we extend our care to refugees arriving in the United States, we recognize the profound hardships they have faced—fleeing conflict, escaping persecution, and leaving behind everything familiar to seek safety and a new beginning.

In serving this resilient community, we find a deep connection with our own history. Just as our Native Americans endured displacement and historical trauma, we understand the complex journey of healing that lies ahead for our refugee brothers and sisters. This shared experience strengthens our commitment to providing compassionate, culturally sensitive health care that supports not just physical well-being, but also emotional and spiritual healing.