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Community Environment & Health

Rural Alaska communities are changing. Shifts in social, economic and environmental conditions are affecting individual health and quality of life for Alaska Native people. ANTHC works with the Tribal health system, government at the local and regional level, and public and private organizations to understand local changes and to develop strategies that encourage wellness, resilience and sustainability.


Air & Healthy Homes

Working with Tribal partners to address air quality and healthy homes issues in their communities

ATCEM

An annual gathering that brings together Tribes, non-profits, and state and federal organizations for a week of environmental conversations

Brownfields /Contaminated Sites

Works with communities to identify potential brownfield sites and towards remedying identified sites.

Capacity & Training

Building capacity to enhance local environmental management

Center for Climate & Health

Assisting communities to better understand the impacts of climate change and how to adapt in healthy ways

Emergency Preparedness

Supporting the preparedness of the Alaska Tribal Health System.

Environmental Health Field Services

Working with Tribal partners and communities to prevent the spread of disease and protect the health of Alaska Native people

Food Security

Studying the connection between changes in our environment and traditional food and water sources

Health Facilities Engineering

Providing partners assistance with master planning, design, construction and project management

LEO Network

The Local Environmental Observer (LEO) Network connects people through information on our shared environment

National Tribal Water Center

Partnering with Tribes nationwide to help ensure communities have safe and sustainable water services

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