OCS and the Sitka Tribe of Alaska Partnership Receives High Honors

Congratulations to the Sitka Indian Child Welfare Association Partnership on being selected as one of the three High Honors recipients from the six finalists at the Harvard Honoring Nations Awards 2018. The partnership between Alaska Department of Health and Social Services’ Office of Children’s Services and the Sitka Tribe of Alaska was created to serve Alaska Native children and families in the Sitka area. After three competitive rounds of evaluation, only six finalists were selected from 70 total applicants. The six finalists made public presentations about their work in Denver, Colo., at the 75th annual National Convention of the National Congress of American Indians. After the presentations, three Honors and three High Honors were selected. As winners of this prestigious award their work will receive world-class exhibits in partnership with Google and the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, as well a monetary award to assist in spreading their success story.


OCS and the Sitka Tribe accepting their award at the 75th annual National Convention of the National Congress of American Indians in Denver, Colo.


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