Ketchikan Indian Community


KIC's services and programs include:

  • Health and Dental Clinic

  • Employment and Training, which provides programs and workshops to build on employable skills

  • General Assistance for disadvantaged families and individuals

  • Higher Education provides supplemental grants to Alaska Natives and American Indians who are enrolled members of the Ketchikan Indian Community whose goal is to obtain a degree from an accredited institute of higher learning

  • Housing Authority provides safe, sanitary and affordable housing and works to increase affordable home ownership.

  • Behavioral Health is designed to support the Native community in attaining economic and social stability, to enhance their well being, and to provide advocacy.

FASD Training, Conference, and Community Dialogue - Download the full agenda here.

Knowing Who You are - Febuary 16th and 23rd


Health Care Services

The Clinic provides acute and chronic medical, dental, pharmacy, optometry, and behavioral health services.

Clinic Hours:

Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm

Wednesday 10:00am - 5:00pm

For After Hours Triage:

Please Call 228-9499

Patient Satisfaction Survey


Ketchikan Indian Community Tribal Child and Family Service plan

Download Ketchikan Indian Community tribal child and family service plan here


Alaska Native Exemption Form

Alaska Native/American Indian Exemption Form

Download the Alaska Native/American Indian Exemption Form here.

This is the form that natives will need to submit to the US Government. This form will exempt them from paying a tax penalty for not having health insurance. If you have any Questions please contact Candice Arrington at 907-228-9375 or

Meals & Wheels Program

If you are 60 years of age or older and want to participate in the KIC Meals & Wheels program please download this form (PDF) and return it to Elder Services at 2960 Tongass.  If you need help filling out this form or have any questions call 228-9378.