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Prayers Lift up the Alaska Native Health Campus

Southcentral Foundation President/CEO Dr. Katherine Gottlieb, employees, customer-owners, and community members gathered for the third annual Prayer Walk on Sept. 5.

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Popular New Learning Circle Inspired by Wellness Intern

Tyler Uppaaruluk Young; Tsimshian, Eagle Clan from Metlakatla and Sugpiaq (Alutiiq) from Port Graham; grew up in Anchorage and spent time in Juneau as a young adult.

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SCF Honored for its Support of Guard and Reserve

Whether helping rebuild after a natural disaster or getting recalled to active duty during a conflict, those serving in the National Guard and Reserves are true unsung heroes.

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Village Leaders Share History and Wisdom

From June 12 to 14, Southcentral Foundation President/CEO Dr. Katherine Gottlieb led a trip to visit the Cook Inlet villages with 22 SCF Executive Leadership Experience participants and senior directors.

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Alaska Railroad Helps Funders Experience Alaska

Trees fly by in a whir as the mountains rise up from the encroaching horizon, the scene is electric; conversations are charged with the beauty of the landscape as old friends connect and new friends meet.

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Working to Reduce Childhood Obesity in Alaska

September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. According to the State of Alaska Division of Public Health: one in every three Alaska kids is overweight or obese; obese children are more likely to grow up to be obese adults than children who are not obese; obese children and adults are more likely to suffer from chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, and certain cancers during their lifetimes.

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Native Men’s Wellness Program: Three Years Strong

Southcentral Foundation’s Native Men’s Wellness Program supports men dedicated to changing their circumstances by embracing a new level of accountability, determined and set by individual participants.

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Traditional Healing Clinic Celebrates 20 Years of Service

Alaska Native people know that traditional ways of healing are effective. For years, Southcentral Foundation has explored the traditional wisdom of Elders and studied the healing approaches that Alaska Native people have practiced for generations.

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Summer Internship Lays Foundation for Success

It has been 21 years since Southcentral Foundation’s RAISE program graduated its first student interns. On Aug. 4, RAISE celebrated another 69 students who completed the program.