The Alaska Native Health Board (ANHB) is the statewide voice on Alaska Native health issues. Active for over 40 years as an advocacy organization for the health needs and concerns of all Alaska Native people, ANHB continues to emphasize the importance of self-determination in healthcare services and encourages wellness and healthy ways of life in Native communities through policy change.
October 01, 2018
Champions for Change The Champions for Change (CFC) program is a Native youth leadership initiative designed to highlight positive stories of impact from Indian Country. The program, inspired by a 2011 White House initiative, develops young Native leaders through experience-based learning and tailored advocacy training.
The Alaska Mental Health Trust (AMHT) is a catalyst for change and improvement in Alaska’s mental health system and seeks to improve the lives of its beneficiaries. Beneficiaries include Alaskans with: mental illness, intellectual/developmental disabilities, substance related disorders, Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia, or traumatic brain injury. If you are interested in joining this dynamic… MORE
January 09, 2017
A Renewed Era of Federal-Tribal Relations: White House released a report outlining some of the successes of this Administration while working on behalf of Tribes
The Obama Administration has made historic progress over the past eight years in improving the nation-to-nation relationship between the United States and federally recognized Tribes. Together, the Obama Administration and Tribal Nations have accomplished shared goals and achieved milestones that upheld self-governance and self-determination – the foundation for prosperous and resilient tribal nations. Today, the… MORE