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  • Title: Fairbanks Native Association Home
    Descriptive info: .. Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.. Home.. Profile.. News Events.. Calendar.. Newsletters.. Announcements.. History.. FNA History.. Annual Membership.. Miss FNA.. Founding Members.. Services.. Ralph Perdue Center.. Graf.. WCCIH.. Head Start.. Early Head Start.. Tribal Home Visiting.. Johnson O'Malley.. FASAP.. Community Services.. Employment.. Job Opportunites.. Employee Benefits.. Employee Resources.. Employee / Month.. Board.. Contact.. Welcome to Fairbanks Native Association.. FNA needs your input to improve our Agency.. We are asking you to take time to  ...   oil for this winter.. Thank you in advance for your support!!.. http://www.. cvent.. com/d/5cqsqq.. Interior-Based Alaska.. Native Organizations.. Release Economic.. Impact Report.. Our Mission.. , To provide quality services in a professional manner for its membership and the greater Fairbanks community.. These services are provided through special and innovative programs, which preserves the membership’s unique lifestyle and culture, while improving the quality of life for the community.. Copyright © 2007-Present, Fairbanks Native Association.. All Rights Reserved.. Website Design by:.. Storytellers' Productions, LLC..

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  • Title: Fairbanks Native Association Profile
    Descriptive info: Fairbanks Native Association Profile.. FNA Administration.. The Administration of Fairbanks Native Association includes four components: Executive, Finance and Accounting, Human Resources, and Planning and Development.. Under the direction of the executive director and the FNA Board of Directors, the staff of Administration provide support and direction to all of FNA's programs.. FNA's programs and Administration form a dynamic team dedicated to the organization's mission.. Executive Staff.. Executive staff provide oversight and leadership to guide the organization's efforts and activities toward achieving FNA's overall mission.. Executive staff service as the direct link to the Board of Directors and also have the responsibility of removing barriers to providing client services and securing resources needed  ...   all job applications, personnel changes and terminations and ensure fair and equal treatment of all individuals involved.. HR is also responsible for fulfilling all legal requirements in personnel matters.. Finance and Accounting.. Accounting provides financial accountability to the organization through receipt of annual unqualified audits.. Accounting also tracks regulatory compliance with grant requirements, administers the employee benefit program, and establishes systems of internal control.. Planning and Development (P D).. P D achieves planned growth and program sustainability for the organization through grant writing to federal and state agencies and foundations.. Fairbanks Native Association.. Administrative Offices.. 605 Hughes Avenue.. Fairbanks, Alaska 99701.. (907) 452-1648 (907) 456-4148 fax.. FNA Bylaws.. FNA Articles of Incorporation..

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  • Title: Fairbanks Native Association Calendar
    Descriptive info: Fairbanks Native Association Calendar..

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  • Title: Fairbanks Native Association Newsletters
    Descriptive info: Fairbanks Native Association Newsletters.. Current Issue.. September, 2011.. Click here to dowload PDF.. June 2011.. March 2011.. December 2010.. October 2010.. June 2010.. April 2010.. December 2009.. October 2009.. June 2009.. March 2009.. December 2008.. September 2008.. Summer 2005..

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  • Title: Fairbanks Native Association Annoucements
    Descriptive info: Fairbanks Native Association Annoucements.. FNA's bi-monthly board meeting has been moved to Monday, September 17, 2012 in the FNA Administration Conference Room to accommodate board member schedules this busy month.. FNA's board meetings are usually held on the third Tuesday of the month.. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Christina Rowlett @ 452-1648 x6235.. Wellness Gathering.. Father's Day Luncheon.. 17th Homeless BBQ and Clothing Giveaway, August 10th.. Press Release June 11, 2012.. Interior-Based Alaska Native Organizations.. Release Economic Impact Report.. FNA Annual Picnic photos, 6-1-2012.. FNA's Annual  ...   open.. Board Member Application.. Annual Membership Meeting.. Miss Fairbanks Native Association Pageant Application.. Princess Contestant Application.. FNA Potlatch Baby Pageant Application.. Wellness Gathering February 28th, 4:00 - 7:00 PM at the David Salmon.. Tribal Hall.. Contact Freda Williams at 452-5225 for more information.. FNA's 49th Annual Potlatch is on March 17th at 3:00 PM in the David Salmon Tribal Hall.. JOM Basketball Tournament March 12-14th.. Contact Linda Woods at.. 451-6238 for more information.. JOM Certification and BB Application.. JOM Coach Application.. FNA JOM Photo Release.. FNA JOM Potlatch Dancers Application..

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  • Title: Fairbanks Native Association History
    Descriptive info: Fairbanks Native Association History.. History of the Fairbanks Native Association (Introduction from 1998 Annual Report).. For thousands of years Alaska’s first people, jointly called Alaska Natives, made their livelihood as subsistence hunters and fishers (Alaska’s History: The People, Land and Events of the North Country, 1993).. In Alaska’s interior region the subsistence traditions of our ancestors were forever changed by the first successful expedition into the Interior by Lt.. Henry Allen in 1885 and the discovery of gold in the Tanana Valley surrounding Fairbanks.. The discovery of gold brought thousands of non-Native people to the area and the Alaska Native traditional subsistence lifestyle began to give way to one marked by permanent villages, which today rely in large part on a cash economy.. The increasing reliance of these villages on the cash economy has forced many Alaska Natives to leave their ancestral homelands for Alaska’s urban areas, including Fairbanks, to seek employment.. In 1960, only 12% of Alaska Natives lived in urban areas.. By 1990 the percent of Alaska Natives living in urban areas increased to 44%.. Population changes between 1980 and 1990 reflect the highest rate of Native in-migration to urban centers.. In 1990, for instance, 11% of the population of the Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area (Alaska’s Interior) migrated to other parts of Alaska (Alaska Department of Labor, 1994).. The experiences of the first Alaska Natives to move to the city of Fairbanks were marked by discrimination.. Many Alaska Native men serving in the  ...   different village mushers and their dogs staying here in the woods behind our house.. ”.. It was these experiences that led Poldine Carlo and others, including her husband Bill and Ralph Perdue, Morris Thompson, Margie Wright, John Sackett, and Max Huhndorf to organize an association for urban Alaska Natives.. While the Civil Rights Movement was shaking the nation, Alaska Natives in Fairbanks started meeting around Poldine’s kitchen table to design an association that would bring Alaska Native people living in Fairbanks together; an association that would give them a sense of belonging where there was none; an association that would speak on behalf of Alaska Natives, who had little political clout; and an association that would meet their cultural, social, and economic needs.. In 1967 FNA was incorporated as a nonprofit under the laws of the State of Alaska.. Membership then as it is now was open to Alaska Natives and American Indians of one-quarter blood or greater who once a year elect a nine-person board of directors.. Today FNA is a powerful and influential Native American voice in Alaska.. Over the years our organization has changed public policies that were discriminatory to our people and our programs have helped countless people find new jobs, maintain sobriety, celebrate their culture, and receive an education.. As FNA continues to build a stronger community, we will hold true to our mission “to provide quality services in a professional manner for our membership and the greater Fairbanks community..

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  • Title: Fairbanks Native Association Annual Membership
    Descriptive info: Fairbanks Native Association Annual Membership.. FNA 2008 Annual Report.. FNA 2009 Annual Report.. 2010 Annual Meeting.. 2006 Annual Meeting..

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  • Title: Fairbanks Native Association Miss FNA
    Descriptive info: Fairbanks Native Association Miss FNA.. Miss FNA, Clara Perdue.. 2012.. 2011.. 2010.. 2009.. 2008.. 2007..

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  • Title: Fairbanks Native Association Miss FNA
    Descriptive info: Fairbanks Native Association Founding Members..

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  • Title: Fairbanks Native Association Ralph Perdue Center
    Descriptive info: Fairbanks Native Association Ralph Perdue Center.. The Ralph Perdue Center (RPC) is a 28 day intensive treatment facility serving both men and women.. RPC staff utilizes motivational interviewing, Rational Emotive Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to provide individualized treatment promoting client directed services.. Clients participate in a 4 week intensive program to get the support they need to recover successfully from alcoholism or drug addiction.. In addition to  ...   support from one another.. Living in a community with other recovering addicts and alcoholics allows clients to share openly, in a nonjudgmental environment.. RPC utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to facilitate recovery from addiction and provides comprehensive chemical dependency treatment services offer a structured therapeutic environment.. Pathways to Healing Residential Services.. Inroads to Healing Outpatient/Continuing Care Program.. Emergency Care Services.. 3100 S.. Cushman Street.. (907) 452-6251.. (907) 456-4849 fax..

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  • Title: Fairbanks Native Association Graf
    Descriptive info: Fairbanks Native Association Graf.. Graf Rheeneerhaanjii Adolescent Treatment Facility.. Program information coming soon:..

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