The Anchorage-based health education department consists of health educators, program coordinators, administrative support personnel, and a management team. Together, the team partners customer-owners, family members, primary health care providers, and other community organizations to help customer-owners make healthy choices in their daily lives. These services include group learning circles, support group gatherings, educational workshops (including online offerings), special health events, individualized health coaching, cooking classes, educational events, bingo, and much more. The team also creates health-relates social campaigns, educational videos, and hosts regular public events in the Anchorage Native Primary Care Center. The department operates a number of federal, state, and private health related grants, and travels regularly to villages serviced by Southcentral Foundation to conduct local health events. Team members also provide program services and learning circles for area community partners, such as the Covenant House, Cook Inlet Native Head Start, and the Alaska Native Charter School.