Wellness Resources for You
CCMC provides the following links as a service to you. The information on these sites should never take the place of seeking medical care at our facility.
Connects Alaskans to no cost information about health and human services available around the State. Accessible through this link or by dialing 2-1-1 on your telephone.
Be Safe with Your Medicine
Frequently asked questions and tools and tips regarding medication use.
CAMA - Chronic and Acute Medical Assistance
Helps Alaskans with very limited financial resources and no third-party resources to cover treatment and get the medical care they need for covered illnesses.
Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Manages programs related to diseases such as cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. This State of Alaska Division also provides resources related to the prevention of obesity, tobacco use, and family violence.
Consumer Drug Information
Tips, side effects, and other information for you from the Federal Drug Administration.
Educate Before You Medicate
A collection of articles about purchasing, taking, and disposing of prescription and over-the-counter medications, as well as dietary and herbal supplements.
Health information from the American Academy of Family Physicians.
Health Information Lines
Telephone hotlines to obtain information on a variety of health topics.
Healthcare.gov's glossary allows you to look up over 100 terms and expressions that relate to health care and insurance.
Live Well and Learn How
Healthfinder.gov is a searchable database that includes a Quick Guide to healthy livings, personal health tools, and health news.
Helps you learn more about a medical condition, look up the meaning of medical terms, or participate in interactive games and quizzes to improve your health savvy, all from the National Institutes of Health.
Resources especially for men and the people who care for them.
Start Leading a Healthy Lifestyle
Information on eating right, fitness, health screenings and avoiding risky behavior.
Information includes healthy living, eating and diet, parenting, teen health, and even pet health.
What are the Types of Healthcare Providers?
Helps you understand the different health care providers who may see you.
Women's, Children's, and Families' Health
Programs targeted to Alaska's women and children, to include cancer screening, family planning, infant screening and testing, and oral health.