Congratulations to our January 2017 TCC Fitness Members of the Month; S. Wilma Flyinghorse, Conrad Isaac, Valerie Isaac and Tashina Pitka! This family includes three generations, all of whom utilize TCC’s Fitness Center.
TCC Travel Department DOES NOT ask for your social security number to book your patient travel.
We were recently informed that an individual has been making calls to patients of the Chief Andrew Isaac Health Center claiming to be part of our patient travel department and requesting personal information.
For Questions, please call our Patient Travel Department at 907-452-8251 ext.3711
The Alaska Federation of Natives Annual Convention is coming to Fairbanks October 17th – 22nd! Visit the AFN Fairbanks Website for more information on hotels, accommodation and more.
We are also seeking volunteers to help throughout convention week. You can volunteer for a minimum of 2 1/2 hours for a wide array of duties such as distributing signs/buttons, stuffing delegate bags, potlatch servers, and more.
Select the button to the left to sign up!
Tanana Chiefs Conference has re-designed their Careers page in an effort to make it easier for people to apply for jobs at TCC.
One of the big changes is that there is no longer a need to create an account to apply for a job and a confirmation email will be sent by TCC once the application is received and is ready to be reviewed by hiring officials.
We have job opportunities throughout Interior Alaska with competitive wages and exceptional benefits. We encourage you to take the time to explore our career options.
TCC is closely examining all aspects of the Village Public Safety Officer (VPSO) Program and the public safety services to our villages. Our priority is to provide quality and effective public safety that would address the high crime rates and increased violence we are experiencing throughout our region.
TCC is reviewing the State VPSO Contract and the Standard Operating Procedures (VPSO policies) that the state proposes with us as a VPSO program contractor. We are challenging the State of Alaska to provide our villages with the same quality public safety services that other communities receive, including fully funding the operating and costs of VPSOs. TCC doesn’t support a contract that places numerous unfunded mandates on tribes to host a VPSO, to enforce State law under state criminal jurisdiction. TCC is also closely studying and reviewing the liability our organization holds by employing law enforcement officers and additionally, the possibility of having armed VPSOs, while the VPSO Contract indemnifies that state. There are complications with TCC being a non-profit employing law enforcement officers as opposed to a state or city government.