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Native Issues Forums

Central Council is pleased to host the 2017 Native Issues Forum series! The forums will feature reports and presentations on a wide range of topics important to our Native community such as state budget crisis, economic development, education, language, public safety, and transboundary mining. All forums are open to the public and will be webcast live. For a list of forum speakers, please click here.




Fatherhood is Sacred® Program

The Fatherhood is Sacred® Program invites all fathers to participate in their next 12-week program beginning on Tuesday, February 21st. The program brings fathers together to participate in fun activities that focus on the sacredness of being a father, and the importance of Alaska Native/Native American heritage and how it applies to each father in the past, present, and future.

  • Who: All Fathers (married, widowed, single, divorced)
  • When: Tuesday Evenings • 5:30 – 7:30 pm • Feb. 21st – May 23rd
  • Where: 3075 Vintage Blvd., Ste. 200 (First Bank Bldg.) • Juneau, AK

Dinner and child care are provided. For more information or to register, please contact Ian Petershoare at ipetershoare@ccthita-nsn.gov or 907.463.7737.


New Session Dates for Motherhood Is Sacred™ Program

The Tribal Family & Youth Services and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) departments are pleased to co-sponsor another 12-week session of the Motherhood Is Sacred™ program, which focuses on helping mothers strengthen their families through responsible parenting. Topics that will be explored include choice, wisdom, self-identity, and relationships.

For more information or to register, please contact Lexy Gallant (907.463.7167 or lgallant@ccthita-nsn.gov) or Crystal Christiansen (907.463.7393 or cchristiansen@ccthita-nsn.gov). 

Positive Indian Parenting

Are you interested in learning the values expressed in traditional Native American child-rearing practices and how to apply them to modern-day parenting? If so, please join us for our 10-week Positive Indian Parenting program!

Classes are held Wednesdays (January 4 – March 8) from 5:00PM – 7:00PM in the Andrew Hope Building’s second floor conference room (320 W. Willoughby Avenue, Juneau). Dinner is provided and door prize drawings will be held on the last day of class!

For more information, please contact Tribal Family & Youth Services at 800.344.1432 or 907.463.7360.


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