FAQs

Tribal TANF Q: Who can apply for TANF? A: Any Alaskan Native or American Indian family residing in the Municipality of Anchorage can apply. They must have children or grandchildren under the age of 18 residing in the home with them. Q: What do I need to bring in order to apply? A: Financial documen… More

Employment Supportive Services

Supportive Services helps participants gain volunteer and work experience to increase marketable job skills, and build resumes and cover letters to obtain full-time, unsubsidized employment after the training period: Supported Work Experience: CITC places participants in job positions with communi… More

Employment Training & Services

Employment Training and Services assist participants in achieving self-sufficiency by helping them find meaningful and sustainable employment as they progress through lifestyle changes and enhance their communication, life management, vocational and academic skills. CITC provides strengths-based, w… More

Alaska’s People Career Development Center

The Career Center is a walk-in resource center for those seeking employment or training opportunities. The center offers many services to assist with employment and job-related skills training, including: career assessment and guidance job search assistance workshops on resume and cover letter wri… More

Community Impact

…rvices achieves the following results in our community: Provides educational, workforce training, child and family, and recovery support to more than 10,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people in the Cook Inlet region each year Has a variety of programs serving anyone in the community, regardl… More

Youth Services

Youth Services offers support programs for eligible Alaska youth ages 14–21 to assist them in finding employment, furthering education and identifying youth leadership opportunities. Services include: adult mentoring opportunities to obtain high school credit assistance with post-secondary educati… More

Tribal Training Grant

…7;s Employment and Training Services Department located on the third floor of our Nat’uh Service Center in Anchorage (on People Mover bus routes 15 and 45). For additional information, please contact Program Manager Mark Hiratsuka at (907) 793-3371. Client Grievance Scholarships & Grant Br… More

Intensive Case Management

ICM provides service coordination for housing, employment and other vital, intense-need services for Alaska Native and American Indian individuals residing in the Municipality of Anchorage. Depending upon the reason, an Intensive Case Manager can assist participants in finding resources that may pr… More

What We Do

Established in 1983, CITC serves more than 12,000 people each year through an array of integrated programs in several service areas that help individuals achieve their full potential. Nurturing Families Child and Family Services provide crisis intervention and a continuum of child welfare services… More

Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation (TVR)

TVR helps Alaska Native and American Indian individuals with disabilities gain or maintain employment. Success in this program involves a partnership between CITC and program participants, and services are provided with cooperation, commitment and mutual respect. Eligibility Alaska Natives and Amer… More