Southcentral Foundation is pleased to announce that registration is open for the Virtual Nuka Winter Conference!
Care across the spectrum of life is something Southcentral Foundation emphasizes. It is never too early, nor too late, to support customer-owners in realizing physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness.
SCF’s New Generations project aims to optimize the effectiveness of services that support families in the preparation for and care of new generations.
Southcentral Foundation’s Learning Institute has made a library of SCF documents available for download. This library originally contained documents detailing different aspects of SCF’s COVID-19 response, but has since expanded to include documents on more general topics.
One of the major ways SCF works to support whole-person wellness in customer-owners is through integrated behavioral health.
Southcentral Foundation is hosting the Fall Nuka Conference, our first in-person conference since 2019! The conference will take place on September 20-21, 2021 at SCF’s campus in Anchorage, Alaska.
Southcentral Foundation’s facilities are designed to maximize efficiency, support relationship-based care, and reflect the Alaska Native culture and values that make up SCF’s Nuka System of Care. However, SCF’s facilities were not always the way they are today. Following are three phases SCF went through in redesigning its facilities to support its new relationship-based care system.
SCF’s Learning Institute is offering consulting services to other organizations to help them improve their strategic planning processes using lessons learned from SCF’s strategic planning cycle.
Southcentral Foundation’s Introduction to Core Concepts training is a two-day virtual training that is based on SCF’s Core Concepts training, which teaches the communication and relationship-building skills that SCF’s providers use to support customer-owners in their journey toward wellness. SCF surveys participants after each training and uses their feedback to make improvements. Here is some of the feedback we’ve received about Introduction to Core Concepts, as well as some of the improvements we’ve made as a result.
Southcentral Foundation subject matter experts have been busy moving many trainings to the virtual environment, including our popular Integrated Care Team training. After each training, SCF surveys participants to collect feedback to improve future trainings. Here is some of that feedback as well as some of the improvements we’ve made as a result.