by Kelley Lane for Seward City News- On Tuesday night, Seward will host a Town Hall about opioids. The meeting will take place at the High School, with a panel of experts. The event is being hosted and paid for by Seward Prevention Coalition, in collaboration with its many supporters. […]
Seaview Community Services is pleased to welcome Giovanna Atkins as its new Behavioral Health Directing Clinician. Born and raised in Palo Alto, California, Giovanna and her husband escaped the big city and have lived in Alaska for the past seven years. Giovanna received her Master’s Degree in Social Work in […]
Station tours, free food, fire safety activities for kids and adults, AND live fire demonstrations at 1:00 and 2:00 pm!
FREE flu shots – no appointment needed!
by Colin Atkinson, PT, DPT, at Advanced Physical Therapy in Seward- As a new face around town, I am often asked what brought me to Seward. The short answer is that one of my graduate school professors looked me in the eye the week before graduation and said, “if I […]
Homer, AK – The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has awarded $13.4 Million this year to 52 recipients across the country including $403,000 to Alaska’s Cook Inletkeeper, a community-based non-profit organization and major recipient of USDA’s 2017 Farmer’s Market Outreach Program (FMPP). “It’s an amazing step forward for local […]
SeaView Services is happy to announce that Jill Cross will be our new Behavioral Health Directing Clinician and Sara Dietrich will be our new DVSA Program Manager. Jill Cross, Behavioral Health Directing Clinician Born and raised in Fairbanks, Jill is an Alaskan who needed to explore the world before coming […]
Glacier Family Medicine Pumpkin Prowl at Forest Acres Park NEW DATE!! Sat, Oct 28 at 6:30pm, ages 9 and under. Search for mini pumpkins, roast marshmallows and sip hot cocoa. Free event, fun for the whole family! Family Masquerade Ball NEW DATE!! Sat, Oct 28th following the Pumpkin Prowl walk on over to the […]
Soldotna, September 22, 2017—‘Sources of Strength’ bolsters suicide prevention efforts on the Kenai Peninsula, with support from the GCI Suicide Prevention Grant. “While suicide is sometimes a difficult topic to discuss, it is also paramount that we as a community address it head on,” said Sean Dusek, superintendent. “Programs such as Sources […]
You can Prevent Type 2 Diabetes – Seward Wellness For All is proud to bring PreventT2 to our Seward community. PreventT2 is part of the National Diabetes Prevention Program, led by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It is a proven program to prevent or delay type 2 […]
by Kelley Lane for Seward City News- August and September are typically rainy months in Seward. This year has been on target with most of the past month including substantial precipitation. Each time that it’s not actively pouring sheets of rain, I get out of my house and rejoice that […]
Adults age 50+ are invited to take this free course to learn how to navigate longer lives. A new 10-week session of the AGING MASTERY PROGRAM® will begin Thursday, September 21st, 12:45-2:15pm, at Seward Senior Center. Developed by the National Council on Aging, the program encourages mastery—developing behaviors across many dimensions that will lead to improved […]
BH Documentation Compliance/Data Analyst POSITION SUMMARY: The BH Documentation Compliance/Data Analyst is responsible for reviewing and analyzing behavioral health data to support policy, programs and service. This includes monitoring and, as necessary, coordinating the correction of clinical documentation for strict Medicaid, private insurance, and grant compliance. Supports compliance and risk […]
By Dr. Ross Van Camp, Seward Community Health Center In the five years before 2016 there were one or less mumps cases diagnosed in Alaska. In July 2016, two cases were diagnosed in the Fairbanks area. In 2017 there have already been eight cases diagnosed, most in the Anchorage area. […]