Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Inc., established in 1983, is an organization built upon values rooted in Alaska Native cultures. We believe investing in individual human potential builds human capital and advances the self determination of our people.
Our Recovery and Re-entry services offer the most comprehensive continuum of substance abuse and re-entry services in the state of Alaska. We have three main divisions: residential services, outpatient services and intervention services.
We offer support based on the System of Care approach. We use case management to coordinate care and work therapy to develop job and life skills training.
Find out more about Cook Inlet Tribal Council's drug and alcohol treatment programs here
Chanlyut is a two-year residential work-training and educational program offering a new beginning for men who want to become productive members of society and turn around self-destructive patterns in their lives.
Substance Abuse Treatment
Intensive Outpatient treatment
Regular Outpatient treatment
Services for the hearing-impaired
American Indian or Alaska Native languages
Access to Recovery (ATR) voucher
Private health insurance