Everyone was welcome at the 10th Annual Tribal Celebration. Chickaloon and Knik Tribes hosted 629 attendees at the Palmer State Fairgrounds on June 9.
As part of an ongoing partnership, President/CEO Katherine Gottlieb spoke as an expert witness on indigenous health care.
Designed to develop leadership skills in Alaska Native and American Indian youth 14 – 19 years old, SCF’s RAISE program offers three separate sessions per year: summer, winter, and graduate programs.
Are you or your family members planning to attend the annual Alaska Federation of Natives convention? The 2018 convention will be held in the heart of downtown Anchorage at the Dena’ina Convention and Civic Center on October 18 – 20. The theme for this year is Innovation in the past, present, and future.
Southcentral Foundation congratulates Cook Inlet Tribal Council President and CEO Gloria O’Neill on her recent appointment to the Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children, which demonstrates a continued commitment to the health and wellbeing of the Alaska Native Community.
Neil Chandler joined the U.S Air Force as a medic in 1992. In 2001, he separated from the military to pursue his bachelor’s degree in science, studying at the University of Minnesota-Crookston.
Research provides insight; insight inspires innovation; innovation translates into improved health outcomes for Alaska Native people, and communities around the state.
Southcentral Foundation hosted the first Tikahtnu Plants Symposium, a mini-conference inspired by the original Plants as Food and Medicine Symposium.
For those who knew Breanna Moore, her laughter, energy, and bouncy blonde curls will always be in their memory. The 20–year–old, known to her family and friends as Bree, was a bright and beautiful young woman who lived life to the fullest.
Southcentral Foundation employees are passionate about caring for Elders! Each year employees from across SCF commit a part or all of their workday to assist Elders in taking care of household tasks.