Frequently Asked Questions
Who can receive services?
Services at the C’eyiits’ Hwnax Life House Community Health Center are available to Alaska Native, American Indian, and non-Native people in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough communities between Palmer and Eureka, which includes Sutton/Alpine, Chickaloon and Glacier View.
What services are available?
- Primary care
- Behavioral health
- Select pharmacy services
- Scheduled specialty care (mammograms, dietitians, women’s health and more)
- Health education
- Wellness center
- Transportation to and from appointments
- And more!
What is the cost for services?
Services are available to all community members and are billed on a sliding scale fee based on household income, size and ability to pay. Qualified Alaska Native and American Indian customer-owners receive services with no out-of-pocket expense. Medicaid and private insurance information is billed for each visit. If you think you may qualify for a sliding scale fee, click here to complete the form.
What is a federally designated community health center?
Federally designated community health centers are non-profit, community-directed clinics serving low income and/or medically under-served communities. Located in areas of need, these health centers provide high-quality, affordable primary and preventive care, as well as dental, mental health substance abuse, and pharmacy services.
C’eyiits’ Hwnax Life House Community Health Center provides medical services to Alaska Native, American Indian, and non-Native people.
How do I arrange for transportation?
The Chickaloon Village Traditional Council offers transportation for medical, dental, vision, and behavioral health visits at Life House Clinic. To arrange for transportation please call (907) 745-0704.
Visit the Transportation page for more information.
Where can I find the forms?
All forms can be completed before you arrive for your appointment. Click here to be taken to the forms page.