​​"​To improve the quality of life for all Tribal Members, through culturally competent, custom-fit research"

Dr. Jeri Ann Azure
Jeri Ann Azure, PhD, is an enrolled member of Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa.  She began her education at the Turtle Mountain Community College and went on to attend Minot State University and the University of North Dakota where she earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2011. Dr. Azure completed internship at the Indian Health Care Resource Center in Tulsa, OK.  Since graduating, Dr. Azure worked with the Turtle Mountain Vocational Rehabilitation Project, Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP), The Village Family Service Center, The Turtle Mountain Community High School, and most recently began employment with Indian Health Service as a Mental Health Specialist in April 2014.  Dr. Jeri Ann Azure provides therapy to all age groups through individual, family, and group therapy at the Quentin N. Burdick Memorial Health Care Facility.  Her area of specialty includes depression, defiant behavior, anxiety, anger, learning disabilities, suicidal ideation, self-injurious behaviors, and psychological assessment.  Dr. Azure is privileged to be able to provide psychological services (individual therapy, group therapy, assessment, consultation, etc.) to Natives across the lifespan.