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New Ernie Turner Center Opens in Eklutna

Tucked away in the woods of Eklutna, in a calm and serene atmosphere, is the Ernie Turner Center — a new 16-bed residential treatment center.

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Academic Support for Employees Committed to Continued Education

Working and attending school full-time, or even part-time, can be exhausting. To encourage success, Southcentral Foundation has the education assistance program that provides support to employees who are continuing their training and education in a field related to the continued success of SCF.

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The Alaska Native Health Campus Receives Annual Blessing

Each year, Southcentral Foundation holds a motorcycle prayer walk. On Sept. 4 SCF leadership, employees, customer-owners, and community members attended the fourth annual prayer walk on the Alaska Native Health Campus.

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A New Audiologist Joins Benteh Nuutah Valley Native Primary Care Center

In August, SCF, Knik, and Chikaloon, which is the Benteh Nuutah Valley Native Primary Care Center Joint Operating Board, welcomed a new audiologist to its team of providers and to Alaska.

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8th Annual Nuka System of Care Conference

SCF hosted the 8th Annual Nuka System of Care Conference in June on SCF’s campus in Anchorage.

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Lifelong Dedication Results in Receiving AFN’s President’s Award

SCF congratulates Senior Medical Director of Quality Assurance Dr. Donna Galbreath on receiving the Alaska Federation of Natives’ President’s Award!

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How Compliance is Rooted in Core Concepts

In the Native Community, Elders show us the way and remind us we are a reflection of our family. We honor and respect our Elders, who share their wisdom and knowledge of our traditional values and culture.

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Bringing Awareness to Women’s Health

Ashley Schroeder is a health educator at Benteh Nuutah Valley Native Primary Care Center. Women’s health is a passion for her and a subject close to her heart.

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ECAF: Supporting Neighbors When Tragedy Strikes

When tragedy strikes, the additional financial burden can sometimes be too much to bear. Southcentral Foundation’s Employee and Community Assistance Fund was established to help pick up the pieces during the troubling times.

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Traditional Inuit Tattooing Reclaiming Culture, one Skin-Stitch at a Time

Sarah Whalen-Lunn, CIRI shareholder and SCF customer-owner, trained in traditional Inuit tattooing with the Tupik Mi group. Sarah’s style of tattooing is a fusion of old and new. She often shares her work on social media, and some of her most popular tattoos feature current subject matter.