CRNA News
  • CITGO

    This is a friendly reminder of the upcoming deadline for CITGO applications to be turned in. If you did not receive your application in the mail please feel free to pick one up from CRNA Tribal Community Services department.

    CITGO has awarded CRNA limited funding for heating assistance, and CRNA adheres to all CITGO policies and guidelines. CITGO is an income based program for all tribal member, servicing all eight villages and outlying areas in the CRNA service area. Determining of eligibility does not limit services provided to anyone who works or is unemployed, so long as they fall within the income guidelines. The deadline is April 11, 2014. We require a proof of residency and proof of income. If you have already turned in your application and these were not attached please send them in before the deadline, or your application will be denied.This program is a first come first serve basis, so please have all attached proofs needed.

    For more information please feel free to call Georgia Jackson, TCS Admin. Asst./Case Manager, 822-5241.

    Citgo Application


  • Job Announcement

    CRNA is announcing the following job openings:

    Nurse Practitioner

    Behavioral Health Aide – Cantwell

    Transport Driver

    Maintenance

    Please contact Denise Sturgis @ dsturgis@crnative.org

     

     


  • Robert Marshall Building Hours of Operation

    The Robert Marshall Building is open from 8am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday. 

    Our primary contact number is 822-5241.

    111.5 mile Richardson Highway in Tazlina.


  • Announcement to all Copper River Native Association Beneficiaries

    Indian Health Service Press Release

    “Obama Administration issued a final rule allowing all American Indian and Alaskan Natives who are eligible to receive services from an Indian health care provider to receive an exemption from the shared responsibility payment if they do not maintain minimum essential coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA)”

    Today’s final rule adds a hardship exemption category for American Indians and Alaskan Natives who are eligible to receive services through an Indian health care provider, such as the Indian Health Service (IHS) or tribally-operated facilities and Urban Indian clinics.

    Please enroll with your Tribal Corporation to avoid any fees with the ACA.

    If you have any questions regarding this matter, call your Tribal Administrator.

    Or contact: (301) 443-3593; news-room@ihs.gov IHS website: http://www.ihs.gov

    The final rule is available here: https://www.federalregister.gov/public-inspection


  • DoT Physicals

    CRNA is now giving DoT Physicals at the CRNA Medical Center at the Robert Marshall Building.  Call 822-4385 to schedule your appointment.



Copper River Native Association

Annual Meeting

Friday, May 30, 2014 at the Gakona Village Hall

 Positions for Nominations on the Board of Directors are the Chairperson of the Board and the Secretary-Treasurer.

Nominations must be received by April 17, 2014.