The Council Newsletter

CouncilNewsletter TCCThe Council Newsletter is the official newsletter of Tanana Chiefs Conference. It is distributed to over 5,000 individuals including TCC Tribes and Beneficiaries. This publication provides a way for TCC to inform beneficiaries on updates and services.

2019 Full Board Resolutions

April 17, 2019

Each year our Full Board of Directors pass resolutions that will govern the direction of Tanana Chiefs Conference and it’s employees through the coming year.

Click here to view the 2019 Full Board Resolutions.

NOW ACCEPTING: BIA Housing Improvement Applications

March 22, 2019

TCC Housing Department is now accepting BIA HIP applications. All tribal members are encouraged to apply. Applications are available at your local tribal offices.

Applications: Download the BIA Application or pick up at your local tribal office.

DUE DATE: Applications with all needed documents before December 15th, 2019.

Questions? Contact Mitchell Shewfelt Sr. at ext. 3319
Fax: 907-459-3944
Mail: 122 1st Ave, Suite 600
Fairbanks, AK 99701
Attn: Housing Department

Please review the checklist before submitting your application.

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Heading to ANMC for Medical Care? We can help!

March 22, 2019

Kristy Supsook is TCC’s Patient Navigator located at the Alaska Native Medical Center in Anchorage! Kristy assists patients, escorts, and families in navigating a complex health system. She also serves as a liaison between family members and hospital/clinic staff to ensure both the patients and family’s desires, expectations and needs are considered and met through patient and family-centered care.

Contact Kristy:  ♦  907-687-9193  ♦  1-800-478-6822 ext.3604

What is Happening With Our Traditional Land?

October 08, 2018

The US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is creating two land plans to decide the next 30 years of allowable uses for our traditional land. BLM will make land plans called Resource Management Plans for the Central Yukon / Dalton Highway Corridor and the Bering Sea Western Interior planning areas between November 2018 and April 2019 on a fast-tracked schedule. These two planning areas cover the middle third of the state, from the shores of the Arctic Ocean down the Dalton Highway and into the heart of the Yukon & Kuskokwim Rivers and west to the Bering Sea. Land being planned is 26.5 million acres altogether in two separate planning processes.

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