Raven’s Way treats teenagers who’ve been diagnosed with substance use or dependence. Sometime later this year, the program will merge with Juneau Youth Services.
Former Juneau chiropractor faces more sexual assault charges after 2 more women come forward
Former Juneau-area chiropractor Jeffrey Fultz was arraigned Wednesday after two more women accused him of assaulting them under the guise of medical treatment.
SEARHC acquires Juneau Youth Services and Juneau Obstetrics and Gynecology
The addition of Juneau Obstetrics and Gynecology will expand SEARHC’s women’s health care significantly in Juneau. Previously its only board-certified OB/GYN was in Sitka.
Alaska tribal entities to receive federal land transfers for health care facilities
President Biden signed a bill in December that gives Indian Health Service land to the SEARHC in Sitka, the Tanana Tribal Council in Tanana and the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium in Anchorage.
Ethel Lund remembered as a health care trailblazer for Southeast Alaska Natives
The Alaska Native Sisterhood honored Ethel Aanwoogeex’ Lund as a champion for Native health care at a memorial service in Juneau on Friday.
Flat out of hell: One Sitkan has lived with batty housemates for nearly two years
Carrie Fenton first discovered that bats had moved into her Sitka home when one landed on her face.
Young kids in Juneau could get their first COVID-19 vaccine dose this week
One shipment of Moderna vaccines has already arrived at the Juneau Public Health office, but they are waiting for Pfizer vaccines to arrive before opening appointments to Juneau’s youngest residents.
Juneau clinic offers new option for treating opioid use disorder
Last year, 245 people died from overdoses in Alaska — more than 100 people more than the average from the previous five years.
Alaska Seaplanes adds daily run connecting Sitka, Wrangell and Petersburg
The daily flights will depart Sitka at 1 p.m., touching down in Petersburg and Wrangell before returning to Sitka by 3 p.m.
Skagway voters to decide if SEARHC will take over its health clinic
A ballot measure to decide whether to turn Skagway’s health clinic over to a regional tribal health consortium could go before voters later this year.