New Mexico is home to twenty-two Federally-Recognized American Indian tribes. Ten percent of New Mexico's population is Native, the highest percentage in the lower 48 states. They live on their indigenous lands throughout the state, concentrated in the north and northwestern regions. Most of the tribes still speak their native languages and practice their religious and culural traditions. They consist of the 19 Pueblos, Jicarilla and Mescalero Apache, and the eastern portion of the Navajo Nation.
Here you will find resources for American Indian/Alaska Native health and medical informtion.