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Screens all patients for third party eligibility; providing assistance and follow up in completing applications, ensuring referrals are processed appropriately, and educating individuals on the importance of alternate resources.
The Chemical Dependency Clinician works as part of KANA’s substance use program team as a clinician specialized in addiction and co-occurring disorders treatment. This position is designed to be an integrated part of the substance use team.
Assists Dentists, Dental Health Aide Therapists, and Dental Hygienists in the direct delivery of primary care dental services to the beneficiaries of Kodiak Area Native Association and the greater Kodiak Community.
Responsible for case management of participants in Employment and Training services within KANA’s P.L. 102-477 Employment, and Training Program. Performs intake of participants, determines eligibility, identifies needs and makes referrals.
Coordinator works closely with the village EPA/IGAP coordinators and other participating tribes/entities to ensure the goals and objectives of the grant are met; Acts as a liaison other agencies and partners to facilitate project and program success.