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SCF Introduces Inaugural Partnership Award

A journey is seldom walked alone, and some of the most challenging accomplishments are achieved in collaboration. Southcentral Foundation will honor these accomplishments at the 22nd Annual Gathering with the new SCF Partnership Award.

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Traditional Names Used in the Iliamna Lake Region

More than 20 Elders from five Iliamna Lake communities participated in the Iliamna Lake Place Names Workshop at the Newhalen Teen Center in May 2018.

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Customer-owner Shares Appreciation for SCF

I want you to know how much I appreciate the hospital and Southcentral Foundation. In July, I had surgery and the best care one could possibly have.

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SCF Offers Drug-free Alternatives to Pain Management

Recently, SCF received funding from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration to help combat the opioid crisis in the region, including several villages in the Rural Anchorage Service Unit.

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Thomas Huhndorf Appointed to SCF Board of Directors

Southcentral Foundation’s Board of Directors has announced Thomas Huhndorf as the newest appointed member to its board.

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Elder Program Remodel and Expansion Scheduled January through July

In the 2018 SCF Needs Assessment, respondents were provided with lists of health needs and asked to rank health priorities. Within the general wellness category Elders specifically identified the priorities of supporting healthy lifestyles, building behavioral and emotional health, and fostering healthy relationships with families and communities as their top needs — SCF listened.

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February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month and the first under Bree’s Law

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month, if you or someone you know has experienced teen dating violence, contact a behavioral health clinician through your primary care provider.

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Tips to Stay Safe This Winter

Winter is upon us! Temperatures have dropped below freezing and the ground is now covered in snow and ice.

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SCF Shares Nuka System of Care in New Zealand

Health care organizations from several regions in New Zealand have worked closely with Southcentral Foundation for more than 15 years. Similarities in health disparities in Maori and Alaska Native communities, and a shared desire to redesign health care, are the foundations for the ongoing partnership.

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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.