Welcome to the Curyung Tribal Council Below you will find our mission statement along with our complete program listing and also our employee directory. If you explore the rest of the site you will find employee and program descriptions, updated information on the progress of these programs, and a variety of forms available through the Tribal Council (online and at the office).
The mission of the Curyung Tribal Council is to serve tribal members, to preserve our cultural values, to protect our sovereign and inherent rights, to promote our social, economic, and political progress.
Encourage strong leadership and build upon our collective wisdom.
Promote pride in our heritage and tradition.
Preserve our subsistence, customs, folklore and art.
Promote our physical, economic and social well-being.
Discourage and overcome racial prejudice and the inequities that such prejudice creates.
Promote strong government by reminding those who govern and those governed of their joint and mutual responsibilities.
2019 Tribal Programs:
Tribal Youth Court
Johnson O'Malley - Indian Education
Tribal Health Care
BBEDC Community Liaison
Youth Activities - Bristol Bay 4H
Indian Child Welfare Acte (ICWA) Case Work & Advocacy
Friends of the Landfill
Fish Web Recycling
Water and Sewer Projects - ANTHC Scattered Sites
September 10th - Monthly Council Meeting
When? 5:30 PM
Where? Curyung Tribal Council Chambers - 715 Seward Street
INFORMATION ON TRIBAL HEALTH CARE
The Curyung Tribal Council is currently in the process of assuming tribal health care service delivery in Dillingham. This action was authorized via Curyung Membership Resolution 2018-01 and Council Resolution 2019-08.
Curyung tribal members in Dillingham will continue receiving services at Kanakanak Hospital until notified otherwise - The earliest effective date for any changes to health care delivery would be May 21, 2020.
Curyung encourages tribal members to attend the regular monthly Council meetings to receive the most current information as well as actively participate in tribal governance.
Tribal members who have concerns regarding patient care and experiences at Kanakanak Hospital should contact BBAHC Compliance Officer, Dana Scott at firstname.lastname@example.org or via telephone at 907-842-5201 so that BBAHC may address your specific situation.
Likewise, tribal members who would like to communicate with the Council regarding tribal health care should contact Curyung Tribal Administrator, Courtenay Carty at email@example.com or 907-842-2384