Mission: Southcentral foundation (scf) was incorporated as a nonprofit organization under alaska state law in 1982. Scf's objective is to improve the health, educational, cultural, social and economic conditions of alaska natives by providing health services primarily in the anchorage and matanuska-susitna valley, along with other areas of alaska. The indian health service provides funding to scf to cover the costs of health services provided to eligible beneficiaries at the alaska native medical center. In addition, scf administers other federal and state funded programs.
Programs: Federal funds - activities related to contracts with ihs, us dhss, us epa, dept of interior fish & wildlife, and dept of agriculture.
other program funds to improve health, educational, social, cultural, and economic conditions of alaska native people.
state funds - activities related to contracts with the state of alaska department of health and social services.