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                                          Wellness Highlight- March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

Did you know Alaska Native men and women are twice as likely to get diagnosed with colorectal cancer than non-Natives? The good news is that colorectal cancer can be prevented through early screening and detection. Alaska Native people should get checked for colorectal cancer starting at age 40, or earlier if they have a family history of colorectal cancer. Non-Alaska Native people should start screening at age 45. If you experience any symptoms, such as blood in your stool (feces) or abdominal pain, don’t wait! Other ways to help prevent colon cancer can be found here. Talk to a healthcare provider right away.

Providing services and support to benefit our people.

Behavioral Health

Whole, entire, intact, safe. We are here to support your journey.

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Cultural Heritage

Preserving Unangax̂ (Aleut) heritage & nurturing Unangax̂ culture.

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Film Series on Traditional Foods

Qaqamiigux: Sustaining the Unangan Harvest, a traditional foods film series available for viewing

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Tribal Child Support 

Our team is dedicated to assuring that children are cared for emotionally, socially, and financially.  

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