Our organization is proud to be accredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). Accreditation distinguishes our organization from many other outpatient facilities by providing the highest quality of care to its patients as determined by an independent, external process of evaluation.
All of our Community Health Centers are FTCA-Deemed facilities.
TCC Health Services Mission:
TCC Health Services, in partnership with those we serve, promotes and enhances spiritual, physical, mental and emotional wellness through education, prevention and the delivery of quality services
Healthy People Across Generations
Using Native culture and traditional values as our foundation, our goal is to help people help themselves as they heal from trauma, choose healthy lifestyles and overcome substance use.
Services are based upon an understanding of what wellness, self-responsibility, empowerment and having a meaningful role as a part of the community means for the person seeking services.
All primary eye care services are provided at our fully equipped eye clinic for all ages.
Fairbanks services, including contact lenses, are available by appointment. Please contact us for information on rural visits.
Our Pharmacy provides comprehensive services to all Alaska Natives and American Indians in the TCC Region.
We work closely with community health aides, doctors, physician assistants and nurse practitioners to provide pharmacy services to patients living in the villages.
We offer comprehensive and routine dental care at our state-of-the-art dental clinic.
Appointments are available, and emergencies are seen on a priority or as-needed basis. Village visits are made throughout the year.
Our services are provided in three service units: Prevention, Intervention and Treatment. Prevention services include substance abuse, suicide prevention, and tobacco prevention through policy development.
Intervention is for consumers who may have problems with substance use or emotional issues that place them at risk.
Our recovery system is based on our belief that for Alaska Natives today, alcohol and drug use has become a toxic way of coping with a loss of traditional Native values, cultural patterns, identities, relationships, and unresolved trauma.
By using Native culture and traditional values as our foundation, our goal is to help people help themselves as they heal from trauma, choose healthy lifestyles and overcome substance use.