Ilanka Health

Ilanka Community Health Center

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Eyak Word

Eyak word.  Ilanka Community Health Center

The Department of Environmental and Natural Resources (DENR) is a part of the Native Village of Eyak Traditional Council Tribal Government. DENR works to protect the Native Village of Eyak’s traditional lands, manage subsistence resources for the tribe, and prevent, or mitigate, environmental damage. The people of Eyak have been stewards of this land for over 7,000 years and DENR seeks to continue that tradition.

Eyak Word

Eyak word.  Preparing For Your Visit

Contact – Location – Hours

508 Upland St.
Kenai, AK 99611
Phone: 907-335-7500
Medical records fax: (888) 491-3360
Behavioral Health department fax: (888) 491-3243

Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday
Building: 7 a.m. – 6 p.m., Monday; 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Tuesday – Friday; 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Saturday.
Activity Area: 7 a.m – 6 p.m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday. 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday. Closed Saturday.

 

Eyak Word

Eyak word.  Medical

Medical

In 2001, NVE became a part of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Office of Subsistence Management (OSM)’s Fisheries Resource Monitoring Program (FRMP). This was DENR’s first major expansion into natural resource management and was a big step towards officially re- establishing our traditional role as stewards of our home lands. Since 2001, DENR has expanded greatly and is now pioneering a modern era of research and collaborative management combining western science and traditional knowledge. As active stewards of the land and water, NVE has built strong ties with governmental agencies, becoming an integral part of the region’s environmental and resource management policy making.

NVE has completed or is working on several fisheries research projects, many of which have been funded through the FRMP. Other funding sources include the Alaska Sustainable Salmon Fund and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

CT 9-2 NVE Fisheries 5

Optometry

In 2001, NVE became a part of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Office of Subsistence Management (OSM)’s Fisheries Resource Monitoring Program (FRMP). This was DENR’s first major expansion into natural resource management and was a big step towards officially re- establishing our traditional role as stewards of our home lands. Since 2001, DENR has expanded greatly and is now pioneering a modern era of research and collaborative management combining western science and traditional knowledge. As active stewards of the land and water, NVE has built strong ties with governmental agencies, becoming an integral part of the region’s environmental and resource management policy making.

NVE has completed or is working on several fisheries research projects, many of which have been funded through the FRMP. Other funding sources include the Alaska Sustainable Salmon Fund and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

NVE Fishwheel #2 Baird Canyon

Lab

Cordova, like many rural Alaskan towns, faces an energy crisis. Because we are not connected to a large grid like communities on the railbelt, we must rely on local resources and imported diesel to produce our electricity and heat. Fuel prices fluctuate over time, creating price uncertainties and occasionally forcing us to make tough choices when the cost gets too high. The Native Village of Eyak seeks to develop some of our local energy resources to stabilize future energy prices and save tribal members, and the community, money in the long run.

Eyak Word

Eyak word.  Behavioral Health

CT 9-2 NVE Fisheries 5

Sobriety

In 2001, NVE became a part of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Office of Subsistence Management (OSM)’s Fisheries Resource Monitoring Program (FRMP). This was DENR’s first major expansion into natural resource management and was a big step towards officially re- establishing our traditional role as stewards of our home lands. Since 2001, DENR has expanded greatly and is now pioneering a modern era of research and collaborative management combining western science and traditional knowledge. As active stewards of the land and water, NVE has built strong ties with governmental agencies, becoming an integral part of the region’s environmental and resource management policy making.

NVE has completed or is working on several fisheries research projects, many of which have been funded through the FRMP. Other funding sources include the Alaska Sustainable Salmon Fund and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

NVE Fishwheel #2 Baird Canyon

MAT

Cordova, like many rural Alaskan towns, faces an energy crisis. Because we are not connected to a large grid like communities on the railbelt, we must rely on local resources and imported diesel to produce our electricity and heat. Fuel prices fluctuate over time, creating price uncertainties and occasionally forcing us to make tough choices when the cost gets too high. The Native Village of Eyak seeks to develop some of our local energy resources to stabilize future energy prices and save tribal members, and the community, money in the long run.

Eyak Word

Eyak word.  Language/Translation Services

Language/Translation Services

In 2001, NVE became a part of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service’s Office of Subsistence Management (OSM)’s Fisheries Resource Monitoring Program (FRMP). This was DENR’s first major expansion into natural resource management and was a big step towards officially re- establishing our traditional role as stewards of our home lands. Since 2001, DENR has expanded greatly and is now pioneering a modern era of research and collaborative management combining western science and traditional knowledge. As active stewards of the land and water, NVE has built strong ties with governmental agencies, becoming an integral part of the region’s environmental and resource management policy making.

NVE has completed or is working on several fisheries research projects, many of which have been funded through the FRMP. Other funding sources include the Alaska Sustainable Salmon Fund and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.

NVE Fishwheel #2 Baird Canyon