SCF’s President/CEO April Kyle and Great Plains Tribal Leaders Health Board (GPTLHB) CEO Jerilyn Church served on a panel at the Tribal Self-Governance Conference in Burlingame, Calif.

Outcome data collected by SCF, both current and historical, supports the effectiveness of SCF’s relationship-based Nuka System of Care.

SCF has written a white paper that provides more detail about SCF’s approach to trauma-informed care.

With the 2022 Nuka Conference behind us, Southcentral Foundation would like to thank those who joined us in Anchorage to learn about SCF’s Nuka System of Care.

Learning Circles are community-centered environments based on the Alaska Native value of sharing story and listening to others share theirs.

A health care clinic run by SCF at Anchorage’s largest shelter has helped reduce emergency calls for medical responders and police.

Southcentral Foundation has recently returned to holding in-person Core Concepts trainings for health care and other employees.

SCF is excited to announce that we will be hosting an in-person conference from June 13-17, 2022!

In order to support sustainability of its own ICTs, as well as help other healthcare organizations implement and improve integrated care teams, SCF has created the Integrated Care Teams Playbook.

One key method for building trust is to make changes to the system based on customer-owner feedback, and then communicate that the changes were made so that customer-owners can see their feedback shaping the system.