UICSL is a medical clinic. Face Masks are REQUIRED in our facility, regardless of state or local mandates or vaccination status. Everyone will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms as they enter the building. 

Hours: Open Monday – Friday 8:30am- 5:00pm
Address: 120 West 1300 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84115

Phone: (801) 486-4877

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I register for services at UICSL?

Registration can be completed online or in person during regular business hours.

When registering online or in person; the following documents will be needed:

  • Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB) or Tribal Identification card
  • Social Security Card
  • Current Driver’s License or Photo ID
  • Proof of Residency: a bill, rental agreement, or official mail with address.
  • Proof of Medical Insurance card (if applicable)
  • Verification of Income (if applicable, please bring paystubs)
  • All documents need to be submitted and recorded prior to receiving services at UICSL.

Who can I talk to about registration questions or to check my status? 

If you have more questions about registration, please call our main phone line at (801) 486-4877 and choose option 2 for registration.

How long does it take to become a registered client at UICSL? 

After all paperwork has been submitted online or in person, please allow 24 to 48 hours for processing. 

My child does not have a Certificate of Indian Blood or Tribal ID. Can they still register?

Each situation is different. Please call us at (801) 486-4877 and choose option 2 to speak to a registration specialist to determine what is needed for your child to register for services.

I don’t have a copy of my Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB). How do I get a copy?

Certificates of Indian Blood (CIBs) and Tribal IDs are issued by tribal nations or your tribal enrollment office. Please contact your tribal enrollment or vital records office for information on how to obtain a copy.

You can find contact information for specific tribal vital records or enrollment offices here:

 How do I enroll with my tribe?

Requirements and eligibility for tribal enrollment vary by tribal nation. Contact your tribal vital records office or enrollment office to obtain information on how to enroll.

You can find contact information for specific tribal vital records or enrollment offices here:

Can I get a copy of the CIB, Driver’s License or Social Security card I submitted when I registered with The Indian Walk In Center or UICSL?

UICSL does not release any third-party documentation (Driver’s License, CIB, Social Security card, etc.) presented to our office when you register.

What do I need for my first visit to UICSL? Every visit?

If you are coming to the UICSL for the first time, please bring the 4-6 items requested for registration – even if the registration is completed online. Once it has been confirmed that we have all required information in your chart, you will be eligible to receive services.

Please bring your photo ID and insurance card to every visit.

Can I receive services without health insurance?

Some UICSL services do not require health insurance. However, services that might be needed outside of our facility may require payment by the patient.

To avoid delay in health services please meet with our Benefits Coordinator to discuss health insurance options, such as applying for Utah Medicaid.

Why are you asking for my insurance card? I thought UICSL services were free.

If you are insured with Medicaid, Medicare or private insurance, UICSL may bill your insurance provider so that we may be able to provide services to more people in our American Indian / Alaska Native community.

Can I Register with a DNA test that says I am American Indian / Alaska Native?

A Certificate of Indian Blood (CIB) or Tribal ID is required to register as a client at UICSL. DNA tests results do not meet the Tribal ID card or CIB requirement.

What services do you offer?

UICSL offers healthcare access and case management services, diabetes support services, behavioral health outpatient services, family programs, social services, referrals and other services.

Please go to the following pages to explore our different departments:  

Can I receive the COVID-19 vaccination at UICSL?

All registered clients of UICSL and their household members qualify for COVID-19 vaccines. If you are not registered, please register online or come into the office with your registration documents.

If a member of your household is not a tribal member, they may still be vaccinated as a registered non-beneficiary. This household member will have to come to the office to fill out some paperwork before a vaccine appointment can be scheduled.

Can I get tested for COVID-19 at UICSL? 

Yes, all registered clients of UICSL can be tested for COVID-19. Please call (801) 486-4877 to connect with our Registered Nurse who will determine which type of test is most appropriate and to schedule an appointment.

Do you provide legal services or legal help?

We do not offer legal assistance at UICSL. If you need legal services, please contact Utah 211 by dialing or going to their website for legal resources in Utah.

Do I have to wear a mask at UICSL if I am vaccinated?

UICSL is a medical clinic. Face Masks are REQUIRED in our facility, regardless of state or local mandates or vaccination status. Everyone will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms as they enter the building.

Does UICSL pay for dental/medical services?

UICSL partners with local Community Health Centers to provide preventative medical and dental care services to established UICSL clients. Anything out of this scope could require the cost of services to be paid by the patient.

These services are available by referral from our Referrals office during office hours on a walk-in basis.

Limited medical services can also be obtained by making an onsite appointment with our Cedar Point Wellness Clinic, if you are a registered client. Please call (801) 486-4877 to schedule an appointment.

Do you still offer eye glass vouchers?

Eye vouchers are issued to clients every 12 months to obtain an eye exam, frames, and plastic lenses. A wellness check at our Cedar Point Wellness Clinic is required to receive an eyeglass voucher. Please call (801) 486-7877 to schedule an eye voucher appointment with one of our medical providers.

Is UICSL an Indian Health Service (IHS) facility?

Yes, UICSL is an Urban Indian Organization and IHS Title V contract organization.

Does UICSL help with IHS Purchased/Referred Care or PRC? 

UICSL at this time does not have funding to provide clients needing access to a Purchased/Referred Care program with Indian Health Services.

Do you provide financial assistance for rent, housing, bills and/or food?

Registered clients can schedule an appointment with our Case Manager or Benefits Coordinator to assist with applying for assistance. Please call (801) 486-4877 to schedule an appointment.

A list of resources can be obtained by dialing 211 or visiting their website for similar assistance.

For medical bills, please contact the financial assistance office of the hospital or medical office that is billing you to apply for financial assistance. The phone number can usually be found on the bill you receive in the mail.

Do you pay for dental work? (dentures, wisdom teeth, braces)

UICSL does not pay for the cost of dentures, partials, wisdom teeth extraction or orthodontics (braces). We partner with Community Health Centers, Inc. to provide preventative dental care services (cleanings, x-rays, fillings, and simple extractions) to established UICSL clients. Anything out of this scope of care will require the cost of services to be paid by the patient.

These services are available by referral from our Referrals office during office hours.

When is UICSL open and closed?

Business hours are Monday – Friday, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM.

     We are closed on the following holidays:

  • New Year’s Day (January 1)
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (3rd Monday of January)
  • Presidents Day (3rd Monday in February)
  • Memorial Day (Last Monday in May)
  • Independence Day (July 4)
  • Pioneer Day (July 24)
  • Labor Day (1st Monday in September)
  • Thanksgiving (4th Thursday & Friday in November)
  • Christmas (December 25)

If I am late to my appointment, can I still be seen?

If you arrive 15 minutes or later to your scheduled appointment you may be asked to be reschedule for another day. Please plan to arrive 5-10 minutes before all your UICSL appointments to verify and update paperwork when you check-in.

UICSL closes at 5 pm. Can I show up at 4:45 pm for services?

We will accommodate the needs of clients that come to UICSL as much as possible. If we are unable to assist with your needs in 15 minutes or less you will need to schedule an appointment for another day or return the next morning for services.

Do you have any upcoming powwows?

Due to the pandemic, events such as powwows and other large gatherings are on hold. 
We do continue to have some socially distanced events for clients if we can do so safely. 
Please refer to our events page for upcoming events and activities.