The Kenaitze/Salamatof Tribally Designated Housing Entity has a program for qualified Alaska Native and American Indians, who have disproportionately suffered from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, to provide emergency rental assistance for the payment of rent, Read More
In September, the Dena’ina Wellness Center’s Behavioral Health program moved into Chuq’eya Qenq’a, or Birch Tree House.
Chuq’eya Qenq’a is located just across the driveway from the main doors of the Dena’ina Wellness Center. Read More
It’s the season for Elderly and disabled Tribal Members living in the Tribe’s service area to contact our Housing department to get on the sanding and snowplowing list for winter. Please call 335-7228 for details on how the program works. Read More
The Tribe’s Transportation program continues to evolve to meet changing needs.
“It’s an ever-changing machine,” said Brandi Bell, the Tribe’s Transportation Coordinator. “We don’t do as much of some things right now, Read More
Kenaitze Indian Tribe is now accepting public comments for the FY20 CSBG Tribal CARES Act Plan. Please submit comments to Roberta Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org or at Kenaitze Indian Tribe, Attn: Roberta Turner, Read More
Kenaitze Tribal Court is seeking Tribal Members interested in serving as a Tribal Court Judges. Being a Tribal Court Judge requires a heart to serve, compassion, integrity, the ability to maintain confidentiality, Read More
Time is running out to participate in the 2020 U.S. Census. Don’t miss this opportunity to help your community. The Census, conducted every 10 years, is more than a population count. Read More
Kenaitze Indian Tribe invites members of the public to review and comment on its revised Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program plan for fiscal year 2021. Grant documents are available by appointment by calling 907-335-7600. Read More
We are accepting applications the Early Head Start and Head Start preschool programs for the upcoming school year.
Early Head Start is a no-fee, home-based program serving pregnant mothers, infants and toddlers up to age 3. Read More
Kenaitze Indian Tribe to start Kenai center
The Kenaitze Indian Tribe plans to break ground in August in Kenai, Alaska on a center that will consolidate its educational programs and honor its culture. Read More