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A Former RAISE Intern Shares Her Success Story

Sandy Cunningham is a lifelong Alaskan. She is married to her husband of nine years, Andrew, who also works at Southcentral Foundation.

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SCF Behavioral Health Starts Indigenous Project LAUNCH

Southcentral Foundation received some exciting news in fall 2018. SCF was one of the few selected to receive funding from The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA) with a project start date in October 2018.

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Nurses Celebrating Nurses

At Southcentral Foundation, learning circles are integrated into the Nuka System of Care to provide support and opportunities for people to connect and build relationships through wellness activities.

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From Sunshine Ruffs in the Arctic to Taatuas in New Zealand

Thousands gathered at the Egan Civic & Convention Center for SCF’s 22nd Annual Gathering. The event featured Alaska Native artists, health and wellness booths, and community philanthropic programs.

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SCF President/CEO Named Community Engagement Clerkship

Harvard Medical School and Harvard Medical School’s Center for Primary Care have designated Southcentral Foundation’s President/CEO Katherine Gottlieb as Community Engagement Clerkship Faculty Director at SCF.

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Honoring the Legacy of Ahtna’s First President Robert Marshall

Southcentral Foundation joins the Ahtna people and many others across the state in mourning the loss of Ahtna Incorporated’s first president – Mr. Robert Marshall.

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Eklutna Embraces A New Era of Care Availability

In March, a special ceremony was held in Eklutna celebrating the opening of Eklutna Village Clinic. The event included Tribal leaders from the Native Village of Eklutna, representatives from the offices of Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz, Senator Lisa Murkowski, Congressman Don Young, and Southcentral Foundation leadership.

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Celebrating Community Success

At Southcentral Foundation we take great joy in celebrating the successes of community partners who help fulfill our vision of a Native Community that enjoys physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellness.

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Southcentral Foundation Continues to Break the Silence on Child Abuse and Sexual Assault

Each spring, Southcentral Foundation highlights the work of the Family Wellness Warriors Initiative, a program established by President/CEO Katherine Gottlieb in 1999. One of FWWI’s aims is to end to child abuse and child sexual assault in this generation.