September is National Suicide Prevention Month and is a good time to educate ourselves on the warning signs of suicide. Suicide has a direct impact on all of our communities and community members.
Remember, it is ok to reach out and get involved in preventing suicide in your community.
Tanana Chiefs Conference, Tribal Development invites qualified and experienced grant writers to submit proposals for grant writing services to obtain financial resources in the form of grants for TCC Tribes and Programs for sustainable development. At the conclusion of the project, the grant document will become the exclusive property of Tanana Chiefs Conference.
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Alaska Lt. Governor Byron Mallott along with Alaska Department of Fish and Game Commissioner Sam Cotten visited several of our communities in July.
Mallott and his staff were accompanied by Chief/Chairman Victor Joseph, members of the Yukon River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission, and several of TCC’s Executive Board Members.
On their trip they were able to hear from tribal members from: Kaltag, Nulato, Koyukuk, Ruby, Galena, Huslia, Hughes, and Allakaket. Chief Victor Joseph said, “These trips are important, to get out there to our communities and make sure their voices are heard.” The goal of the three-day trip was to visit and listen to community members to get a better understanding of how to improve management of the King salmon run.Read more