Since its inaugural conference in 2011, Southcentral Foundation has welcomed Nuka Conference attendees from all over the world. Conference-goers have visited from 30 U.S. states, six Canadian provinces, and traveled across oceans from places as far as Australia, Great Britain, New Zealand, Scotland, and Singapore to learn about a system of health care shaped by Alaska Native people.

Southcentral Foundation works to provide customer-owners the activities and connections they want. Below is a highlight of what SCF is bringing to the community and customer-owners during the month of June.

Southcentral Foundation Dental would like to welcome the May 2017 SCF Dental Assistant Training Program graduates to the SCF team.

Between March 10–17, six winter interns went on an educational tour of Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado. Fort Lewis College fosters the academic success and personal development of Native American students and is a liberal arts college.

Southcentral Foundation works to provide customer-owners the activities and connections they want. Below is a highlight of what SCF is bringing to the community and customer-owners during the month of May.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, which recognizes those who live with mental health conditions—to show support and educate the general public about such conditions.

Southcentral Foundation works to provide customer-owners the activities and connections they want. This is a highlight of what SCF is bringing to the community and customer-owners during the month of April.

Dona King, a behavioral health technician at Southcentral Foundation’s Dena A Coy Residential Treatment Program, recently received an Outstanding Direct Service Professional Award from Alaska Alliance for Direct Service Careers.

Southcentral Foundation received top honors from the National Institutes of Health’s Tribal Health Research Office storytelling challenge.