About the NHHF & The TCRHCC

Satellite Facilities:
Flagstaff | LeChee

About the NHHF & the TCRHCC

Satellite Facilities: Flagstaff | LeChee

Navajo Hopi Health Foundation

The People of the Navajo and Hopi Reservations


Creating, Inspiring, Delivering Charitable Deeds

Value Statement

We serve and honor the charitable intention of our donors to meet TCRHCC needs. We hold ourselves to the highest standards of ethics, integrity, service and fiduciary responsibilities.

About NHHF

The Navajo Hopi Health Foundation, Inc. was created in 2012 as a 509(a)(1) non-profit charitable organization. We are committed to support the mission and the strategic of the Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation (TCRHCC) in Tuba City, Arizona. NHHF home is located on the TCRHCC campus.

The goal of NHHF is to secure financial resources to improve the health care services at TCRHCC by purchasing medical supplies and equipment and by making the hospital campus beautiful for our patients.

TOGETHER we will improve health care services for our patients.

The Navajo Hopi Health Foundation exists because of donations like yours.

Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation


To provide safe, accessible, quality, and culturally sensitive healthcare.


Embracing healthy living to heal, to respect, to console.


TCRHCC is an Indian Health Service (IHS) P.L. 93-638, Title V Self-Governance tribal organization and a 501(c)(3) nonprofit hospital located in Tuba City, Arizona. TCRHCC provides comprehensive primary care, dental, behavioral health, and ancillary services through its 73-bed hospital in Tuba City, as well as a Federally Qualified Health Center Mobile Health program that travels to remote corners of their service area. TCRHCC opened a cancer center in early 2019 – the first of its kind in the Navajo Nation! The cancer center is located at TCRHCC’s Specialty Care Center building and provides oncology services and treatment.

TCRHCC’s hospital and satellite clinics that are located in Flagstaff and Lechee provide health care services to over 33,000 patients. It also serves as a regional referral medical center for over 75,000 Native Americans.

The TCRHCC is the first and only hospital on the Navajo Nation, and one of just eight organizations in Arizona, that is designated as a Level III Trauma Center. 

Navajo Hopi Health Foundation is proud to be a part of this community and organization. TOGETHER we provide a higher level of healthcare.

Learn more about TCRHCC          Satellite Clinics: Flagstaff | Lechee 

Remote and Quality services for patients and family members

TCRHCC Mobile Health Care Program
Mobile Health Care Program
To better serve our population, the hospital has the mobile medical and dental units that travel across the Western Navajo Chapters to supplement primary health care to the reservation’s most remote locations. More than half of all homes in these areas lack plumbing, electricity, and a telephone, and 80 percent of all roads are unimproved dirt roads that are seasonally inaccessible. Read about the TCRHCC Mobile Health Care program.
Exemplary Healthcare

The New York Times, Washington Times, and MSNBC™ have featured TCRHCC’s physicians because of their exemplary medical care. Our innovative medical treatments exceed some of America’s top hospitals, but TCRHCC still lacks many comforts most Americans expect from local hospitals, like comfortable seating areas. Over 24,000 patients come to the hospital each year, many who commonly are from far away and modest means.

Read the Press Release here.

Chapel Desk
Chapel is Open at TCRHCC

Tuba City, AZ – the TCRHCC chapel was opened on Good Friday, April 14, 2017. We believe that the spirituality of every person is a vital part of healing the complete person – their body, mind, and spirit.

The Navajo Hopi Health Foundation brought the chapel into fruition at the TCRHCC hospital, thank you to individuals and departments who helped make this a success.

We know that hospitalization and illness can be difficult for patients and their families, so please come visit our chapel in your time of need.

The TCRHCC chapel is open 24 hours a day and welcomes anyone who seeks the comfort of prayer or a quiet moment of meditation. The chapel is located at the west entrance of the main hospital, next to sliding doors.

Navajo Basket and Pottery
Gift Shop

The Gift Shop at TCRHCC hospital is closed until further notice. On-line Gift Shop sale coming soon.

Looking for a gift to help life a love one’s spirits or did you forget your family or friend’s birthday? Come to the Foundation’s Gift Shop, we have necklaces, pottery, earrings, toys, books, cards, t-shirts for your family and friends. We are located near the west entrance of the main hospital. The Gift Shop is staffed by volunteers who will greet you with kindness and with a smile.

All proceeds from the Gift Shop are donated back to our hospital and its projects. If you would like to volunteer to work at the Gift Shop, please contact us.

The Navajo Hopi Health Foundation wouldn’t exist without your generous donations.
TOGETHER, we can make a difference.

Our Impact

TCRHCC provides safe, quality, culturally sensitive healthcare to Tuba City and the surrounding areas. The resources necessary to deliver this level of comprehensive care – including inpatient, primary care, dental, and behavioral health – leaves little funding in the organizational budget for facility improvements and beautification projects. The Navajo Hopi Health Foundation is dedicated to raising the much needed funds to support these projects and further enhance healthcare for our community members. Past projects funded by the Navajo Hopi Health Foundation include outdoor picnic tables and benches for our patients; flat screen TVs in waiting rooms and patient rooms and a Hogan for traditional healing.

Why Your Pledge Matters

The Navajo Hopi Health Foundation operates entirely on your donations and volunteer support. All donation gifts are used for projects that benefit our patients at TCRHCC, with a volunteer leadership team of local professionals acting as good stewards of your investment.


Why Your Support Is So Important

TCRHCC provided 493,459 inpatient and outpatient visits in Fiscal Year 2019 – an increase of over 200% since 2002. There is dire need for healthcare on our Navajo and Hopi reservations. Your donation will make a difference! 

In/Out Patient Visits
Specialty Clinics
Dental Patient Visits


The Navajo Hopi Health Foundation received donations from individuals and from corporate or business donors. We are grateful for each donation no matter the size because every donation addresses the health care needs for our patients. In 2020, many donations received were specifically for COVID-19 expenses such as those highlighted below for eye care equipment so doctors can evaluate patients who are unable to enter the building due to a positive COVID-19 test. We also purchased ventilators that allow for our doctors to provide critical care for our patients diagnosed with COVID-19. Your generous donations are saving lives.

The Society for Propagating the Gospel Among the Indians, Boston, MA
The Society for Propagating the Gospel Among the Indians, Boston, MA

Awarded $13,000 to TCRHCC. We purchased a portable slit lamp for the Sacred Peaks Health Center. This eye equipment allows the eye doctor to examine patients who are unable to enter the building due to COVID-19. This equipment will also serve other patients such as those that are wheelchair-bound. These funds were used to purchase more PPE for our frontline heroes.

Friends of Karen Fund

$5,000 was awarded to TCRHCC by the Friends of Karen Fund. Funds held by the Arizona Community Foundation. This award was designated for COVID-19 Relief Funds.

June 2020 - Northern Arizona Healthcare Foundation, Flagstaff

Awarded a grant to the NHHF for $43,863.92. The funds will be used to purchase medical equipment to support COVID-19 patients. We purchased a glidescope and 6 ventilators using these funds. Our Foundation and TCRHCC are grateful to the Northern Arizona Healthcare Foundation, they are truly a dedicated organization focused on improving healthcare for our patients in northern Arizona. Working TOGETHER has made a difference. Thank you.