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Dental Program Longevity and Improvements

Opening with just 11 chairs and seven employees, Southcentral Foundation Dental has come a long way since its humble beginnings.

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Shaping Health Care from Every Angle

Southcentral Foundation uses customer-owner feedback to support and drive all major decisions. The needs and wants of the people utilizing its services are sought out, heard, and integrated into every decision, structure, and process implemented within SCF.

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Commitment to Workforce Development

Southcentral Foundation recognizes that engaged employees are committed to their employers; that when employees are committed, money is saved; and that when money is saved, more funds are available for services to improve the lives of customer-owners.

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Building Safe Communities and Healthy Families

Alaska is known for many things, including its beautiful landscapes, breathtaking glaciers, and seemingly endless summer days; these things make us proud to be Alaskan.

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Tyonek Hosts the Return of the Light Gathering

Just 40 air miles southwest of Anchorage, situated along the west bank of the Cook Inlet, sits the Native Village of Tyonek. In February, the village held a Return of the Light community gathering and invited Southcentral Foundation to join in the celebration.

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Fostering Partnerships Around Alaska

Valuing people and relationships is a cornerstone to Southcentral Foundation’s success. As a community-minded organization, SCF is proud to serve more than 65,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people in Southcentral Alaska, and partners with other Anchorage nonprofits to serve some of the city’s most vulnerable populations.

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Yup’ik Immersion Program Gives Kids a Head Start

In a thoughtfully designed classroom nestled inside of the Alaska Native Heritage Center, a diminishing language is being given a breath of life. Executive Director of Cook Inlet Native Head Start Ethan Petticrew can hardly contain his glee about the Yup’ik Immersion Program that takes place here, “This is a big deal; we are literally changing the course of history.”

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Ida’Ina Friendship Gathering at Fur Rondy

The Ida’Ina Friendship Gathering debuted in the spring of 2011 to bring friends together and celebrate all cultures.

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Alaska Native Heritage Center Fundraiser Helps Preserve and Share Alaska Native Traditions

With the promise of spring in the air, accompanied by a beautiful clear blue sky, no one can deny that March 23 was a gorgeous day for giving.