Family Health Resources

COVID-19 Information

Southcentral Foundation’s President/CEO and leadership understand these are difficult times and continue to closely monitor this dynamic, rapidly evolving situation.

Part of SCF’s Emergency Management Plan and Pandemic Response includes different levels of operations and staffing based on many factors, including paying attention to guidance from health authorities and local officials.

  • Open remotely by phone, email, fax, and the MyQuickApp referral system.
  • Hours are Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Enrolling in third-party payer insurance programs like these helps pay for medical bills and increases the flow of resources to expand Southcentral Foundation’s services, benefiting the entire Native Community.

Download a Medicaid application or a Denali KidCare application.

With SCF’s balanced commitment between high-quality services, family wellness, and shared responsibility, the organization depends on more than just IHS funding. To fully succeed in its mission, it depends on an active partnership between employees and customer-owners. Roughly 50% of all services would not exist if SCF relied on IHS funding alone.

Every time a customer provides their insurance information to the hospital or clinic, additional funding for Alaska Native health services is brought into the system at no cost to the customer.

Southcentral Foundation’s Family Health Resource (FHR) representatives offer friendly customer service and can assist with the entire enrollment and renewal process. FHR representatives are located in the Primary Care, Pediatrics and OBGYN clinics at the Anchorage Native Primary Care Center. Representatives are also in ANMC’s Central Registration at the Benteh Nuutah Valley Native Primary Care Center. One visit to to an FHR representative is all it takes to get started.

What is Medicaid?
What is Denali KidCare?
What is Medicare?

Southcentral Foundation’s Benefits Enrollment Team Outreach Events