Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc.

Publications

RurAL CAP Annual Reports
RurAL CAP provides resources and services to enhance child and family development, improve housing, save energy and more. Our annual reports detail the many accomplishments of our organization over the past year. Learn more about what RurAL CAP is doing for your community!

RurAL CAP’s Village Voices
Village Voices is a quarterly, statewide newspaper that reports from places as diverse as White Mountain in Norton Sound to Tazlina in Copper River. In every issue, RurAL CAP’s Village Voices documents village life, tribal leaders, and the work of tribal governments around the state. Village success stories have always been the newspaper’s priority.  By publishing the accomplishments and achievements of Alaska ‘s indigenous people, RurAL CAP’s Village Voices continues to inspire and educate its readers on Native cultures and values.

Rural Provider’s Conference Summaries
The Rural Providers’ Conference (RPC) is an annual gathering of substance abuse service providers, youth, elders and family members interested in celebrating and encouraging the continual growth of the Alaska Native Sobriety Movement.Download past and present RPC Summaries as PDF documents

2013-2014 Rural Directory
The RurAL CAP Rural Directory lists organizations and companies serving rural Alaskans.  You may click here to email RurAL CAP or call (907) 279-2511 for more information, to get your organization added to the directory or to join our mailing list.

RurAL CAP’s 50th Anniversary Magazine
A historical presentation celebrating RurAL CAP’s first 50 years 1965-2015.

RurAL CAP’s 40th Anniversary Magazine
A historical presentation celebrating RurAL CAP’s first 40 years 1965-2005.

Let Your Assets Be Your Guide: A Handbook for Community Planning
Prepared by Rural Alaska Community Action Program in Partnership with the Denali Commission – January 2007

Little Diomede Housing Project
Located a rifle-shot away from Russia, right next to where the International Dateline slashes the Bering Strait, Little Diomede may well be the most difficult community in America in which to construct modern housing.