TCC wants to ensure Alaskans don’t bear the burden of the state’s fiscal crisis.
Please help us send a message to Juneau about how we should fix this budget crisis.
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Most all of us know someone, or at least have heard of someone, with cancer. So, what is cancer?
From the time we are conceived, our cells, in a most remarkable way, become bone, blood, skin, liver, brain, and the hundreds of other tissues in our body.
They are strictly regulated, repairing injuries, fighting infections, making hormones. However, over time, mistakes begin to happen. Maybe it’s genetic, maybe a chemical we call a carcinogen (for example, tobacco), or maybe it’s just “wearing out.” But, when this happens, a cell starts growing wildly, out of control, dividing thousands, millions of times, eventually spreading to other areas of the body. This is cancer. Read more
Culture camps play an important role in the education and preservation of Athabascan traditions, cultures and beliefs. However, the expenses incurred by many of our tribes can hinder our communities from hosting these events.
This is why TCC is exctied to now be able to help provide tribes the opportunity to receive funding to host their own culture camps. TCC will be able to provide funding for culture camps in each subregion that includes a wellness and prevention component. At each culture camp, TCC will provide staff, elders, or other experts to host workshops on a variety of wellness and prevention topics such as; suicide prevention, healthy relationships, preventing drug abuse, traditional parenting, and more.Read more