Copper River Native Association (CRNA) is a nonprofit Tribal facility that provides medical, dental, behavioral health, and other services for members of federally recognized tribes and the general public living in the Copper River Region.We are organized into five departments; Administration, Behavioral Health, Health, Support Services, and Tribal & Community Services. Each department has its own staff under the supervision of a departmental director. CRNA is governed by an elected Board of Directors with representation from each of the villages.
We work in cooperation with other local entities to provide for the Ahtna people, and to carry the strengths of this culture into the lives of the current generation. Special emphasis is placed upon physical and mental health, as well as freedom from substance abuse. CRNA proudly offers comprehensive diagnosis, treatment, and education, to anyone seeking access to these services.
Providers can expect:
- A great work/life balance!
- A competitive compensation with a retention bonus.
- An excellent benefits package with potential loan repayment.