Cobell Trust Settlement
There are currently 528 beneficiaries of the Cobell Settlement from Southeast Alaska that cannot be located. If you believe you or a family member are a beneficiary of the settlement, please visit the following website and contact Indian Trust Settlement: http://www.indiantrust.com/unknown
Indian Trust Settlement
P.O. Box 9577
Dublin, OH 43017-4877
Affordable Care Act
The Affordable Care Act provides Alaska Native and American Indian people with additional healthcare coverage beyond Indian Health Service benefits. You may qualify for special coverage and protections. As an Alaska Native or American Indian, you are exempt from the requirement to purchase insurance if you can show evidence of:
- Enrollment in a federally recognized Tribe
- Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) shareholder status, or
- Eligible to receive services from an Indian Health Service (IHS) facility/Tribal health care provider.
Visit our Affordable Care Act resource page to access the exemption application and other resources.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Recruiting in Juneau (Flyer)
Big Brothers and Big Sisters is recruiting in Juneau for more Alaska Native "Bigs". Our Alaska Native youth need more Alaska Native mentors to share knowledge, help build community, foster connections, and empower them. If you are interested in making a positive difference in a tribal child's life, please contact:
Renee Linton, Alaska Native Mentoring Partnership Manager
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska
610 Cushman St Ste 3000
Fairbanks Alaska 99701
W: 907.452.8110 Ext. 30 | Main: 907.452.8110 | F: 907.452.8112
Website: www.bbbsak.org | Facebook: www.facebook.com/AkNativeMentoring
CEDS 2013 Update
Central Council Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska (CCTHITA) and Southeast Conference are looking for your input. A collaborative effort between our organizations has been formed to bring together information for our Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS). This is a regional document used for economic development planning within the Southeast region. Click here for more information.
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