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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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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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New Application Process at SCF

Southcentral Foundation is pleased to announce the new and improved application system. Based on feedback from applicants, SCF Human Resources identified a tool to better meet customer’s needs.

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Expanding Services to Bring Quality Health and Wellness

It was 2013 in Noorvik and tears streamed down her face. Feeling alone and facing countless struggles, she thought long and hard about what she could do next, that’s when her phone rang. “It was my longtime friend, calling to see how I was. She listened to my story, and gently encouraged me to attend a Beauty for Ashes training,” recalls Elsie Sampson.

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A Smoke-Free Lifestyle Leads to Improved Health

E-cigarettes do not help with quitting tobacco. The CDC reported that people who use e-cigarettes to try and quit end up using both e-cigarettes and other tobacco products.

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

Join Anchorage Health Education and celebrate Cervical Cancer Awareness Month with Teal Seal Fridays, every Friday in January, held in the Anchorage Native Primary Care Center lobby

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Nurse Consult Clinic at the Elder Program

Every Tuesday Elders have the opportunity to use the Nurse Consult Clinic at the SCF Elder Program where they can have their symptoms triaged, get referrals to other clinics, or get their numbers checked; which includes temperature, blood pressure, and weight, with blood glucose coming soon.

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A Midsummer Powwow Celebrates Culture

Everyone was welcome at the 10th Annual Tribal Celebration. Chickaloon and Knik Tribes hosted 629 attendees at the Palmer State Fairgrounds on June 9.

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Gloria O’Neill to Serve as Chair of National Commission

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.