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Cook Inlet Tribal Council Inc

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3600 San Jeronimo Dr Ste 286, Anchorage, AK 99508

(907) 793-3600

Today: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Cook Inlet Tribal Council, located in Anchorage, Alaska., provides social, educational and employment services to Alaska s natives and Native Americans residing in the Cook Inlet region in Alaska. Established in 1983, as a nonprofit social services organization, it administers more than 30 programs to various individuals and families in the region. The council serves more than 12,000 individuals every year. Cook Inlet Tribal Council has various departments, such as Alaska s people, educational services, and employment and training services departments. The council also has youth opportunities services, child and family services, and community shared and recovery services departments.
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Primary Phone: (907) 793-3200

Phone: (907) 793-3200

Fax: (907) 297-2575

Fax: (907) 265-5945

TollFree: (877) 985-5900

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Job hunters: You get an employment counselor that calls every two weeks to give you websites you already know about and no referrals. You are lured into registering with bait of free bus pass for job interviews and work then you lose your job because you couldnt get a pass before the first pay cycle. You'll never get work or stay working with their help.

Disabled Job hunters: If you ever went to Holy Communion you are assumed alcoholic and must go through alcohol assessment. You better be on fresh squeezed grape juice for life (dosn't matter how long you've been sober) before anyone with Tribal DVR will dare help you re-train, get employment, etc. Also lures with free bus pass bait.