Resolution 2018-13: TWDS / Fee Agent Position in Tok

WHEREAS, Tok is a rural community that lacks jobs that families need to support their needs; and WHEREAS, Tok has clients on ASAP, but does not have the support or resources to get help in applications or signing off of mandatory paperwork that the TCC ASAP program requires; and WHEREAS, a new rural position will help fulfill the goal of …

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Resolution 2018-12: Establish a BIA General Assistance Program for the Native Community in Tok

WHEREAS, Tok Native Association (TNA) is a dually formed association made up of members of Upper Tanana Villages. All members are tribally enrolled in member villages: Tetlin, Northway, Eagle, Tanacross, Healy Lake, and Dot Lake; and WHEREAS, TNA has members that may benefit from the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) general assistance program; and WHEREAS, this resolution will support the …

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Resolution 2018-05: To Increase Client Appointments with Physicians at Chief Andrew Isaac Health Center (CAIHC)

WHEREAS, Chief Andrew Isaac Health Center (CAIHC) patient handbook states: Tanana Chiefs Conference Health Services seeks to deliver health care that is grounded in the diverse cultures and values of each community we serve. We will provide accessible patient-centered systems that promote safe, timely, effective, efficient and equitable care that is sustainable; and WHEREAS, the rural recipients of the CAIHC do not …

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Resolution 2019-03: Improve Standards and Local Hire in Housing Projects

WHEREAS, Tanana Chiefs Conference (TCC) is an Alaska Native tribal health and social services consortium established by the Interior Alaska tribes and tribal communities, to provide a unified voice in advancing sovereign tribal governments through the promotion of physical and mental wellness, education, socioeconomic development and culture of the Interior Alaska Native; and WHEREAS, there is a housing crisis in rural Alaska that inhibits …

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Resolution 2019-01: Improve and Expedite Hiring Process

WHEREAS, Tanana Chiefs Conference (TCC) is an Alaska Native tribal health and social services consortium established by the Interior Alaska tribesand tribal communities, to provide a unified voice in advancing sovereign tribal governments through the promotion of physical andmental wellness, education, socioeconomic development and culture of the Interior Alaska Native; andTanana Chiefs Conference hiring process is too long and needs improvement; and WHEREAS, applicants often …

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Resolution SR 2019-03: Tribal Administrator Position for Tok/Tok Native Association

WHEREAS, Tok Native Association (TNA) is make up of tribal members of the Upper Tanana villages who reside within the boundaries of TNA; and WHEREAS, TNA assists members with applications, forms, letters, support, grant writing, and all other office duties; and WHEREAS, a new rural position will help fulfill the goal of Tanana Chiefs Conference to create more rural positions; …

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Resolution SR 2019-02: ICWA/Family Advocate Position for Tok Native Association

WHEREAS, Tok Native Association (TNA) is made up of tribal members of the Upper Tanana villages who reside within the boundaries of TNA; and WHEREAS, TNA requests help of their members from a ICWA / Family Advocate position in Tok; and WHEREAS, this position will help families and foster homes in Tok during emergencies and long term; and WHEREAS, a …

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Resolution 2018-30: Reaffirm Commitment to the Protection of Indian Children and Native Hire

WHEREAS, the Tanana Chiefs Conference seeks to reaffirm the Congressional finding within the Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act “there is no resource that is more vital to the continued existence and integrity of Indian tribes than their children and the United States has a direct interest, as trustee, in protecting Indian children who are members of, or are …

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Resolution 2017-10: Jobs for Youth and Young Adults

WHEREAS, There are no legitimate jobs for young adults and youth under the age of eighteen in the rural communities; and WHEREAS, More jobs would lead to a higher population growth in both the youth and young adult populations, year round; and WHEREAS, Drugs and alcohol are becoming a recurring pastime with lack of activities and jobs; and WHEREAS, Increasing job opportunities will build …

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Resolution 2017-12: Jobs in Lower Yukon Subregion

WHEREAS, The federally recognized tribal governments of Grayling, Anvik, Shageluk, and Holy Cross (GASH) are entrusted with protecting the welfare of their tribal members; and WHEREAS, Our tribal villages have limited jobs and economic opportunities for tribal members; and WHEREAS, The tribal governments of Grayling, Anvik, Shageluk, and Holy Cross want to increase the number of local jobs in each village; and WHEREAS, TCC …

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