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.
2022 Tribal Programs:
Johnson O'Malley - Indian Education
Tribal Health Care
Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons (MMIP)
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
Rapid Testing for COVID19 is available in Dillingham at the Curyung COVID Response Center, which is our building located at 390 West D Street, between the UAF Bristol Bay Campus and Dillingham Police Department. Hours of Operation are Monday thru Friday from 10 AM to 6 PM
Curyung is accepting applications for COVID financial assistance provided through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) now through April 8th -
All living, tribal citizens enrolled by February 10, 2022 who demonstrate a negative financial impact due to the COVID-19 pandemic are eligible for up to $1600 each.
Each adult, 18 years old or older must fill out their own applications. Parents of minor children will apply on their behalf.