Affiliates & Partnerships

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

CITC Family of Services

Alaska Native Justice Center


The Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC) addresses Alaska Natives’ unmet needs within the Alaska civil and criminal justice system.

Clare Swan Early Learning Center supports working families with child care through an Early Head Start curriculum for Alaska Native and American Indian children ages 6 weeks to 36 months of age.


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CITC Enterprises, Inc. (CEI) is CITC’s for-profit subsidiary that creates additional revenue for funding programs and services through social enterprise, while charting a new path for CITC’s organizational sustainability and self-determination.


Get Out the Native Vote is a non-partisan effort in Alaska to mobilize Alaska Native and American Indian voters.


Each year, more than 2,000 students from more than 100 communities across Alaska come together to participate in the annual, state-wide Native Youth Olympics through the NYO and Junior NYO Games.



Valuable Partnerships


The Alaska Native Health Resource Advocate Program at SCF provides healthcare, educational, social, and cultural referral services for Alaska Native people living in the Lower 48 states.





Cook Inlet Housing Authority offers affordable housing, and healthy community and economic development resources.




Owned by more than 9,100 Alaska Native shareholders, CIRI works to promote the economic and social well-being and Alaska Native heritage of our shareholders through stewardship of the company’s resources, while furthering self-sufficiency among CIRI shareholders and their families.




The Alaska Native Heritage Center is a cultural museum and a resource partner offering education and cultural resources.

Partnered with the Covenant House Alaska’s Rights of Passage program, Denaʼina House provides a safe, long-term home for young people ages 18-21 in need of a stable living environment.



The CIRI Foundation provides education funding and services for CIRI original enrollees and their descendants.


Koahnic Broadcasting Corp. broadcasts Alaska Native and Native American voices to Anchorage and the nation.


Southcentral Foundation offers healthcare and related services for Alaska Native and American Indian people.