• 1st Place Tied Ryler Carlson with mom Alisha Gilbert

A voice for the people of Fairbanks


“We are a unified, healthy, and empowered Native community that embraces all cultures”



“To promote spirituality, cultural identity, self-reliance, physical and mental health, by improving the quality of life of our community through professional quality services”

Behavioral Health

Providing a comprehensive continuum of care, focusing on a treatment approach that is culturally specific and evidence-based. Our System of Care provides allied support services during treatment to promote long-term recovery.

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To learn more about DETOX, click here To learn more about WCCIH, click here

Community Services

Join the FNA Elder’s Program Walking Group.  Click here to learn more. Volunteers NEEDED to spend valuable time with our Elders.  Click here to learn more.

Head Start 0-5

A family centered, community based program designed to empower families to be responsive to their child’s health, education, safety, and developmental needs in a caring environment while fostering cultural respect.


To learn more about Head Start 0-5, click here

JOM: Johnson O’Malley

Cultural programs designed to meet the unique educational needs of Native students in the Fairbanks North Star Borough.

JOM Dance

Join the FNA JOM Potlach dance group!  Click here to learn more. Applications are now being accepted until May 5, 2016 for the FNA Youth Representative position.  Click here to download the application.

Tribal Home Visiting

A comprehensive early childhood education and family support program designed to honor traditional values in supporting parents as they raise healthy happy children.  To learn more about Tribal Home Visiting, click here.

Latest News

2016 FNA Community Needs Survey

Published: June 20, 2016