Access to Resource Partners

CITC fosters multiple partnerships as it pursues sustainability and self-determination: partnerships with Our People, to help each individual realize their potential; between our internal programs and staff, to eliminate barriers and maximize the effectiveness of services; with other organizations, to coordinate use of resources and achieve common goals; and with individuals, foundations, and funding agencies, to expand a community of people committed to effective social change:

CITC Resource Partners:

Visit Anchorage

Alaska Native Heritage Center

Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program

Alaska Native Heritage Month

Alaska Federation of Natives

Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation

Anchorage Museum

Anchorage Convention Centers

Alaska Finance Housing Corp.

Anchorage School District

Anchorage Economic Development Corporation‘s “Where to Start Up” series for entrepreneurs and small businesses

Services Directory:

Chickaloon Village Traditional Council
P.O. Box 1105, Chickaloon, AK 99674
(907) 745-0749
Fax: (907) 745-0709
www.chickaloon.org
cvadmin@chickaloon.org

  • Behavioral Health Services: Crisis intervention, resource referrals, telephone consultation, in-home client visits, assistance in case management and advocacy and agency referrals.
  • Elders Outreach: Free lunches on Thursdays, assistance with filling out forms, accessing community resources, errand assistance and encouraging Elders to share and contribute to their communities.
    (907) 745-0704
    cvhealth@chickaloon.org  
  • Education/Ya Ne Dah Ah School: Teaches Ahtna Athabascan language stories, dances, traditions, songs, cultural values, survival skills, and the history of Chickaloon Village.
    (907) 745-0795
    cveducation@chickaloon.org   
  • Health and Social Services: Staff provides education activities, onsite trainings, special gathering celebrations and health fairs.
    (907) 745-0404
  • Historical Presentation and Media: Blending old ways of storytelling with modern technology to bring cultural awareness to young people in the Mat Su school district.
    (907) 745-0749
    patricia@chickaloon.org
  • ICWA Program Services: The ICWA worker assumes responsibility, on behalf of the Tribe, for the protection, care and well-being of at-risk children who are enrolled or eligible for enrollment in the Tribe.
    (907) 745-0794
    penny@chickaloon.org 

Cook Inlet Housing Authority (CIHA)
3510 Spenard Road, Suite 100, Anchorage, AK 99503
(907) 793-3000
Toll free: (888) 667-2442
Fax: (907) 793-3070
www.cookinlethousing.org
info@cookinlethousing.org

  • Cook Inlet Lending Center: Variety of programs designed to help qualified individuals become homeowners including low interest loans, assisting clients with closing costs and down payment requirements.
  • Cook Inlet Real Estate: Full range of real estate services including residential and commercial property management, residential sales and buyer services and commercial sales and leasing.
    (907) 793-3058
    Fax: (907) 793-3079
  • CIHA Rental Housing: Assistance for low-income elders and families in Anchorage, Kenai, Ninilchik and Seldovia.
    (907) 793-3000
    Fax: (907) 793-3070

Kenaitze Indian Tribe (KIT)
P.O. Box 988, Kenai, AK 99611
(907) 335-7200
Fax: (907) 335-7239
www.kenaitze.org

  • Cultural & Yaghanen Youth Programs
    35105 K-B Drive
    Soldotna, AK 99669
    (907) 335-7290
    Fax: (907) 260-3685
  • Dena’ina Dental Clinic
    412 Frontage Road, Suite 20
    Kenai, AK 99611
    (907) 335-7350
  • Dena’ina Health Clinic
    416 Frontage Road, Suite 200
    Kenai, AK 99611
    (907) 335-7300
  • Early Childhood Center
    130 North Willow Street
    Kenai, AK 99611
    (907) 335-7260
    Fax: (907) 283-5898
  • Nakenu Family Center
    110 North Willow Street
    Kenai, AK 99611
    (907) 335-7370
    Fax: (907) 335-7389
    www.kenatize.org
    socialservices@kenaitze.org 
  • Tyotkas Elder Services
    1000 Mission Avenue
    Kenai, AK 99611
    (907) 335-7280
    socialservices@kenaitze.org 
  • KIT Na’ini Social Services Higher Education: Financially assist eligible applicants who are enrolled in an accredited college or university, and who are pursuing a Baccalaureate degree. Eligibility is based on membership to a federally recognized tribe and established financial need by applying for Federal Financial Aid.
  • KIT Na’ini Social Services Tribal Scholarship: Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited college, university or trade school pursuing a degree/certification. Eligibility is based on Kenaitze Indian Tribal membership.
    (907) 335-7200
    Fax: (907) 335-7239
    education@kenaitze.org

Knik Tribal Council
951 E Bogard Rd., Suite 101, Wasilla, AK 99654
(907) 373-7991
Fax: (907) 373-2161
www.kniktribe.org
kniktrib@mtaonline.net
Knik Tribal Council offers many services to Alaska Natives and American Indians residing in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley including:

  • housing assistance
  • energy assistance
  • emergency assistance
  • environmental planning
  • Indian Reservation Roads Program
  • Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA)
  • education and training; job placement services
  • direct employment
  • medical transport
  • behavioral health counseling
  • dental and eye care
  • child care assistance
  • historic and cultural preservation activities
  • traditional/educational subsistence activities
  • traditional craft classes
  • a regional tribal advocate
    (907) 373-7991
    Fax: (907) 373-2161

Koahnic Broadcast Corporation (KBC)
3600 San Jeronimo Drive
Suite 480
Anchorage, AK 99508
(907) 793-3500
Fax: (907) 793-3536
www.koahnicbroadcast.org
feedback@knba.org

  • National Programing is a selection of radio programming that is broadcast by public and tribal radio stations across the country. KBC’s national programming includes National Native News, Native America Calling, Earthsongs, Stories of Our People, and Native Word of the Day. KNBA 90.3 FM, the first Native radio station located in an urban market.

Ninilchik Traditional Council (NTC)
P.O. Box 39070, Ninilchik, AK 99639
(907) 567-3313
Fax: (907) 567-3308
www.ninilchiktribe-nsn.gov
ntc@ninilchiktribe-nsn.gov

  • NTC Educational Fishery: Fishery for educational purposes only. Tribal members must sign up in person to reserve days in which to educate family or friends about traditional fishing methods.
    (907) 567-3313
    Fax: 567-3308
  • NTC Elders Program: Provides transportation; caregiving support; home visits; and resources and information.
    Ninilchik Annex: (907) 567-3370
    Ninilchik Clinic: (907) 567-3970
    tiffany@ninilchiktribe-nsn.gov 
  • NTC Health Services: Provides community health aides; community health services; behavioral health/substance abuse treatment and prevention; mid-level nursing services; OB/GYN services; pharmacy services; x-ray and lab services; eye clinics and dental services; diabetes prevention; and medical billing.
    Community Clinic
    (907) 567-3970
    Fax: (907) 567-3902
  • NTC Indian Housing Programs: Home ownership program; rehabilitation/modernization program; emergency assistance program; weatherization program and snow plowing/snow removal program.
  •  NTC Tribal Services: Adult vocational training; higher education; NTC scholarship; Johnson O’Malley; general assistance; burial assistance; Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA); tribal operations; and child care.
    (907) 567-3313
    Fax: 567-3308

Seldovia Village Tribe (SVT)
P.O. Drawer L, Seldovia, AK 99663
(907) 234-7898
Fax: (907) 234-7865
www.svt.org
svt@svt.org

  • SVT Community Health: Provides senior citizens with outreach services such as home visits, transportation, assistance with Medicaid, food stamps and energy assistance. Tribal community health representative serves as medical assistant at the Seldovia SVT Health and Wellness clinic.
    (907) 435-3255
    dhecks@svt.org 
  • SVT Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program: Provides youth activities that promote healthy lifestyles through physical and outdoor activities, social events and health education.
    Access to other services such as: mental health; residential drug and alcohol treatment; and women’s services and medical referrals. SVT works with the State of Alaska Court System. SVT conducts the State required Alcohol Drug Information School Classes, for people needing to complete the class in order to reestablish their driving privileges.
    (907) 234-7898
  • SVT Food Bank: The SVT Food Bank program is available to all residents of Seldovia who qualify based on income. Food bank provides groceries and essentials to food bank users to get them through the month without going hungry.
    (907) 435-3255
  • SVT Senior Meals Program: Provides hot and healthy meals, transportation, exercise and homemaker services to Seldovia’s Elders.
    (907) 399-3385
    dhecks@svt.org 
  • SVT Tribal Housing: Provides housing assistance and advocacy to tribal and community members. Housing office provides information on homeownership, assistance with home loan applications, rental assistance, emergency assistance and modernization/rehabilitation/weatherization.
    (907) 234-7898, ext. 235

Southcentral Foundation (SCF)
4501 Diplomacy Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508
(907) 729-4955
Toll free: (800) 478-3343
www.scf.cc

  • Southcentral Foundation provides a variety of outpatient services including medical, dental, behavioral health, and executive and tribal services. For a full listing of services, visit the Southcentral Services website.

The CIRI Foundation
3600 San Jeronimo Drive, Suite 256, Anchorage, AK 99508
(907) 793-3575
Toll free: (800) 764-3382
Fax: (907) 793-3585
www.thecirifoundation.org
tcf@thecirifoundation.org

  • Scholarships: The CIRI Foundation scholarship program is open to original enrollees of CIRI and the direct lineal descendants (either natural-born or legally adopted) of original enrollees of CIRI.
    Recipients must be: Enrolled in an Associate, Bachelor, Master, or Doctorate Degree program; or enrolled in a Post-Baccalaureate program of study; or enrolled in pre-requisite courses before entering into a degree program. To learn more about available scholarships, deadlines, eligibility requirements and to access the online application, click here.
  • Grants: Open to original enrollees of CIRI and the direct lineal descendants (either natural-born or legally adopted) of original enrollees of CIRI. Individuals who have inherited or received gifted shares do not qualify as original enrollees. TCF offers Grant awards to students that are enrolled in a technical skill training program at an accredited or recognized institution and earning a certificate/certification or a professional license. To learn more about available grants, deadlines, eligibility requirements and to access the online application, click here.
    TCF administers three Native village scholarship and grant programs for Alaska Native original enrollees and their direct descendants: Ninilchik Native Association, Salamatof Native Association, Inc. and Eklutna, Inc. Scholarship and Grant Program.

Tebughna Foundation Scholarship and Grant Program
1689 C Street, Ste. 221
Anchorage, Alaska 99501
907-272-0707
Fax: 907-274-7125
www.tebughnafoundation.com
tebughna@tyonek.com