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(2/6) The Native Village of Eyak is accepting applications for a Behavioral Health Coordinator -- a regular, full-time position. Ilanka Community Health Center is a program of the Native Village of Eyak, and The Behavioral Health Coordinator position oversees all aspects of the behavioral health department, meeting grant deliverables... and is primarily responsible for program development, management, and clinician oversight. ICHC promotes a team-based approach in integrating behavioral health and medical care. Must have Master of Science or Arts in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, or acceptable related field… Three years mental and/or behavioral health experience after obtaining licensure. Experience with healthcare information systems, such as electronic health record and practice management preferred. Managerial experience preferred.  Must have Current Alaska license as a Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Professional Counselor or similar… BLS or CPR Pro certification… and State of Alaska Chemical Dependency Counselor certification or plan to attain upon hire.  Send applications to hr@eyak-nsn.gov or fax to 24-7739. Position is open until filled. Complete job description can be found online at eyak-nsn.gov.

(3/2) The Cordova Regular Election is March 2nd in Cordova Center Community Room A from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.  Per Cordova Municipal Code, more-detailed posted notices of this regular election are located around town at the City Hall Front Desk, Cordova Center Lobby, Cordova Public Library, and Cordova Post Office.  More-detailed published notice is also available on the City of Cordova Website cityofcordova.net.  Per Cordova Municipal Code, The Cordova Times will publish a more-detailed notice of this regular election in its February 12th, 19th and 26th editions. For further information, contact the City Clerk at cityclerk@cityofcordova.net or 424-6248

Local covid-19 testing is open 6 days a week.  You can be tested at Ilanka Mondays and Fridays from 2-3pm, and Saturdays from Noon to 1.  CCMC is testing on Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Thursdays from 9-930am.  Also, even though the testing will remain free for residents, please bring your insurance information with you because the clinics can receive reimbursement, which helps KEEP tests free.

Remember that if you are identified as a close contact of someone who has tested positive for covid-19, you will need to quarantine for 14 days REGARDLESS of whether you test negative during that time.  Again, close contacts need to quarantine a full 14 days, regardless of whether they test negative during that period.  If you don’t, you may be spreading the virus to many others while asymptomatic, and too early in your infection for the test to detect it.  Contact your medical provider if you have any questions.