Providing primary medical care, behavioral health, and dental care services to the residents of the Copper River Basin.

About CRNA


Copper River Native Association delivers a variety of programs and services that promote the wellness of the people who call the Copper River Basin home. We offer primary medical care, behavioral health, and dental care services.

We also operate Elders home services and congregate meals, employment and training services, public safety, and other social programs for tribal members that reside in our service area.

Our service area includes the communities of Cantwell, Gakona, Gulkana, Kluti-Kaah and Tazlina.
Our services include

  • Behavioral Health
  • Child Development
  • Chiropractic
  • Dental Care
  • Elder Services
  • Primary Care
  • Tribal Community Services
  • Village Clinics
  • Wellness Services
  • Food Bank

UPCOMING EVENTS


22jan(jan 22)6:00 pm(jan 22)6:00 pmUgheli Wednesday (Tazlina)6:00 pm - 7:30 am Tazlina Community Hall

24jan(jan 24)6:00 pm25(jan 25)6:00 pmUgheli Weekend (Cantwell)6:00 pm - 7:30 pm (25)

29jan(jan 29)9:00 am(jan 29)9:00 amCRNA BOD Meeting9:00 am - 4:30 pm Copper River Native Association

29jan(jan 29)6:00 pm(jan 29)6:00 pmUgheli Wednesday (Kluti-Kaah)6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Kluti-Kaah Hall

05feb(feb 5)6:00 pm(feb 5)6:00 pmUgheli Wednesday (Gakona)6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Buster Gene Memorial Hall

12feb(feb 12)6:00 pm(feb 12)6:00 pmUgheli Wednesday (Gulkana Hall)6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Gulkana Hall

19feb6:00 pm7:30 pmUgheli Wednesday (Tazlina Hall)6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Tazlina Community Hall

26feb(feb 26)6:00 pm(feb 26)6:00 pmUgheli Wednesday (Kluti-Kaah Hall)6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Kluti-Kaah Hall

About Our Ahtna Region


Copper River Native Association is located in the beautiful Copper River Basin, home of the Ahtna people. We are approximately 150 miles east of Anchorage in a region encompassing approximately 23,000 square miles. We have the Chugach National Forest to the south, the Alaska Range to the north, Wrangell Mountains of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve to the east, and the Talkeetna and Chugach Mountains to the west. The Copper River is 300 miles long, flows through the Copper Basin, and empties into the Gulf of Alaska. It is fed by 13 major tributaries, including the Klutina, the Gakona, and the Gulkana Rivers.