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  • ‘The Anonymous People’ screening at new teen center

    Cordova Family Resource Center and B.I.O.N.I.C. Youth, with Recover Alaska, hosted a film screening of “The Anonymous People” on Friday, May 25, 2018. The film, followed by discussion, intended to reduce stigma around addiction and recovery, and highlight broad social and health consequences of alcohol misuse. Read more here.

  • OPINION: State must address alcohol problems

    If you pay attention to the comings and goings of lawmakers on any level, eventually something will come along that will make you slap your head in wonder. When Senate Bill 76 — a carefully-crafted piece of legislation that amended Alaska’s alcohol laws for the first time in decades — died last week, it was […]

  • How an effort by bar owners to limit sales by craft breweries and distilleries sank a widely supported overhaul of Alaska’s alcohol laws

    Senate Bill 76, was written by Soldotna Republican Sen. Peter Micciche to balance the competing interests of the groups involved in the discussions: owners of bars, breweries, distilleries and stores that sell alcohol for profit, along with government and nonprofit entities that contend with Alaska’s widespread social problems caused by drinking. But in the final weeks of […]

  • Sobering Center’s first months show success in alcohol treatment

    The Fairbanks Sobering Center has officially been open for several months now following their soft opening in November. The goal of the center is to provide a warm, safe space for intoxicated individuals to sober up and be connected with helpful resources. Shirley Lee, an employee at the Tanana Chief’s Conference who helps run the […]

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  • 35th Annual Rural Provider’s Conference
    The Native Village of Tanacross and RurAL CAP cordially invite you to the 35th Annual Rural Providers’ Conference (RPC) in Tanacross, Alaska at July 9-13, 2018. The Rural Providers’ Conference (RPC) is an annual gathering of substance abuse service providers, youth, Elders and family members interested in celebrating and encouraging the continual growth of the Alaska Native Sobriety Movement. This year the RPC will focus on the traditional Alaska Native knowledge for healing of the issues related to historical trauma, alcohol and drug abuse, grief and other issues of rural Alaska. The RPC features ceremonies, talking circles and cultural events. The 2018 RPC is jointly sponsored by the Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc. (RurAL CAP) and the Native Village of Tanacross. Interested presenters contact Greg Anelon toll free at (800) 478-7227 or (907) 865-7371 for more information. Read more here.



    Location: Tanacross, AK, USA
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