Cook Inlet Tribal Council Inc Reviews, Complaints, Cost & Price - Anchorage, AK


Cook Inlet Tribal Council Inc Anchorage, AK

Facility Rating:

Each time I've been here in the last year I have had friendly, encouraging, and helpful service. Thank you.

About Cook Inlet Tribal Council Inc

CITC Recovery Services provide comprehensive treatment to assist individuals within all stages of recovery from substance abuse or addiction. Services include assessments, detoxification services, individual and group counseling, and help in accessing and increasing support to maintain sobriety. Our Recovery and Re-entry

provides quality, culturally appropriate services to not only Alaska Native people residing in Anchorage, but to all individuals of all backgrounds, often from all areas of the state. CITC’s Recovery Services are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).

Listing Type

  • service providedDetox Facility
  • service providedInpatient Rehab Facility
  • service not providedOutpatient Facility
  • service not providedTherapist/ Counselor/ Psychologist/ Psychiatrist
  • service not providedIntervention
  • service not providedSober Living
  • service not providedMethadone Maintenance Clinic
  • service not providedPain Management Program

Payment Methods

  • service providedCash
  • service providedCheck
  • service providedCard
  • service not providedScholarship
  • service not providedState Funded
  • service not providedState Insurance
  • service providedPrivate Insurance
  • service providedPayment plans
  • service not providedOut of Network Insurance
  • service not providedIn Network

Treatment Model

  • service provided12 Step
  • service not providedSMART Recovery
  • service not providedFaith based
  • service providedHolistic
  • service providedDual Diagnosis

Phone: 907-793-3200
Website: http://citci.org/
Location: 3600 San Jeronimo Ct, Anchorage , AK 99508

Length of Stay

  • 28/ 30 days
  • Other

Setting (Inpatient)

  • Residential
  • Hospital

Gender Inpatient

  • Coed

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Reviews

Lexi T.

5.00
November 30th, 2016

Each time I've been here in the last year I have had friendly, encouraging, and helpful service. Thank you.

Lexi T.

5.00
November 30th, 2016

Each time I've been here in the last year I have had friendly, encouraging, and helpful service. Thank you.

Lexi T.

5.00
November 30th, 2016

Each time I've been here in the last year I have had friendly, encouraging, and helpful service. Thank you.

Lexi T.

5.00
November 30th, 2016

Each time I've been here in the last year I have had friendly, encouraging, and helpful service. Thank you.

Lexi T.

5.00
November 30th, 2016

Each time I've been here in the last year I have had friendly, encouraging, and helpful service. Thank you.

Lexi T.

5.00
November 30th, 2016

Each time I've been here in the last year I have had friendly, encouraging, and helpful service. Thank you.

Lithea B.

5.00
September 23rd, 2016

A corporation that cares about people more than the numbers, can't ask for anything more

Lithea B.

5.00
September 23rd, 2016

A corporation that cares about people more than the numbers, can't ask for anything more

Lithea B.

5.00
September 23rd, 2016

A corporation that cares about people more than the numbers, can't ask for anything more

Lithea B.

5.00
September 23rd, 2016

A corporation that cares about people more than the numbers, can't ask for anything more

Lithea B.

5.00
September 23rd, 2016

A corporation that cares about people more than the numbers, can't ask for anything more

Lithea B.

5.00
September 23rd, 2016

A corporation that cares about people more than the numbers, can't ask for anything more

Darin D.

5.00
September 20th, 2016

Very helpful for some services that is needed. Thanks CITC for all the help and still helping.

Darin D.

5.00
September 20th, 2016

Very helpful for some services that is needed. Thanks CITC for all the help and still helping.

Darin D.

5.00
September 20th, 2016

Very helpful for some services that is needed. Thanks CITC for all the help and still helping.

Darin D.

5.00
September 20th, 2016

Very helpful for some services that is needed. Thanks CITC for all the help and still helping.

Darin D.

5.00
September 20th, 2016

Very helpful for some services that is needed. Thanks CITC for all the help and still helping.

Darin D.

5.00
September 20th, 2016

Very helpful for some services that is needed. Thanks CITC for all the help and still helping.

Johnnie F.

1.00
January 9th, 2016

Interesting story I've heard about the horrible treatment and service that CITC provides. While my disabled mother is waiting to hear back about whether or not she'll receive public assistance, she gets several phone calls from friends and family (my mom's step-daughter included), all of them saying that a representative from CITC called and repeatedly asked about my dead father and his whereabouts. My father has been dead for SIX years coming up on the 15th of January. My mother provided the death certificate and Social Security Death benefits information that my 17 year old brother receives with her application for assistance. She doesn't receive benefits from Social Security because my parents never married, they were in a domestic partnership for over 25 years.
So on top of harassing my mother about my dead father, accusing her of not listing Social Sec. assistance she's receiving (which is assistance she CAN'T receive), I've got friends and family being harassed. Family that includes my older half-sister (my mom's step daughter) who very recently lost her husband. The emotional and mental effects of this harassment is astounding and I'm very obviously going to recommend avoiding CITC if you can.
Some of the things said during the phone call were:
'Where is James?'
'Where is your father?'
'Where is he? Don't lie'
'Are you sure?' (said in response to my sister answering that he's been dead for six years)
Great team of people you have over there, CITC. Truly stunning work. Harassing a family about their deceased relative is how you choose to do things. My poor mother can't go through any other agency because she's native and this is the treatment she gets with her own people? A service she's supposed to rely on and can't even count on because of horrible treatment by the staff there?

Johnnie F.

1.00
January 9th, 2016

Interesting story I've heard about the horrible treatment and service that CITC provides. While my disabled mother is waiting to hear back about whether or not she'll receive public assistance, she gets several phone calls from friends and family (my mom's step-daughter included), all of them saying that a representative from CITC called and repeatedly asked about my dead father and his whereabouts. My father has been dead for SIX years coming up on the 15th of January. My mother provided the death certificate and Social Security Death benefits information that my 17 year old brother receives with her application for assistance. She doesn't receive benefits from Social Security because my parents never married, they were in a domestic partnership for over 25 years.
So on top of harassing my mother about my dead father, accusing her of not listing Social Sec. assistance she's receiving (which is assistance she CAN'T receive), I've got friends and family being harassed. Family that includes my older half-sister (my mom's step daughter) who very recently lost her husband. The emotional and mental effects of this harassment is astounding and I'm very obviously going to recommend avoiding CITC if you can.
Some of the things said during the phone call were:
'Where is James?'
'Where is your father?'
'Where is he? Don't lie'
'Are you sure?' (said in response to my sister answering that he's been dead for six years)
Great team of people you have over there, CITC. Truly stunning work. Harassing a family about their deceased relative is how you choose to do things. My poor mother can't go through any other agency because she's native and this is the treatment she gets with her own people? A service she's supposed to rely on and can't even count on because of horrible treatment by the staff there?

Johnnie F.

1.00
January 9th, 2016

Interesting story I've heard about the horrible treatment and service that CITC provides. While my disabled mother is waiting to hear back about whether or not she'll receive public assistance, she gets several phone calls from friends and family (my mom's step-daughter included), all of them saying that a representative from CITC called and repeatedly asked about my dead father and his whereabouts. My father has been dead for SIX years coming up on the 15th of January. My mother provided the death certificate and Social Security Death benefits information that my 17 year old brother receives with her application for assistance. She doesn't receive benefits from Social Security because my parents never married, they were in a domestic partnership for over 25 years.
So on top of harassing my mother about my dead father, accusing her of not listing Social Sec. assistance she's receiving (which is assistance she CAN'T receive), I've got friends and family being harassed. Family that includes my older half-sister (my mom's step daughter) who very recently lost her husband. The emotional and mental effects of this harassment is astounding and I'm very obviously going to recommend avoiding CITC if you can.
Some of the things said during the phone call were:
'Where is James?'
'Where is your father?'
'Where is he? Don't lie'
'Are you sure?' (said in response to my sister answering that he's been dead for six years)
Great team of people you have over there, CITC. Truly stunning work. Harassing a family about their deceased relative is how you choose to do things. My poor mother can't go through any other agency because she's native and this is the treatment she gets with her own people? A service she's supposed to rely on and can't even count on because of horrible treatment by the staff there?

Johnnie F.

1.00
January 9th, 2016

Interesting story I've heard about the horrible treatment and service that CITC provides. While my disabled mother is waiting to hear back about whether or not she'll receive public assistance, she gets several phone calls from friends and family (my mom's step-daughter included), all of them saying that a representative from CITC called and repeatedly asked about my dead father and his whereabouts. My father has been dead for SIX years coming up on the 15th of January. My mother provided the death certificate and Social Security Death benefits information that my 17 year old brother receives with her application for assistance. She doesn't receive benefits from Social Security because my parents never married, they were in a domestic partnership for over 25 years.
So on top of harassing my mother about my dead father, accusing her of not listing Social Sec. assistance she's receiving (which is assistance she CAN'T receive), I've got friends and family being harassed. Family that includes my older half-sister (my mom's step daughter) who very recently lost her husband. The emotional and mental effects of this harassment is astounding and I'm very obviously going to recommend avoiding CITC if you can.
Some of the things said during the phone call were:
'Where is James?'
'Where is your father?'
'Where is he? Don't lie'
'Are you sure?' (said in response to my sister answering that he's been dead for six years)
Great team of people you have over there, CITC. Truly stunning work. Harassing a family about their deceased relative is how you choose to do things. My poor mother can't go through any other agency because she's native and this is the treatment she gets with her own people? A service she's supposed to rely on and can't even count on because of horrible treatment by the staff there?

Johnnie F.

1.00
January 9th, 2016

Interesting story I've heard about the horrible treatment and service that CITC provides. While my disabled mother is waiting to hear back about whether or not she'll receive public assistance, she gets several phone calls from friends and family (my mom's step-daughter included), all of them saying that a representative from CITC called and repeatedly asked about my dead father and his whereabouts. My father has been dead for SIX years coming up on the 15th of January. My mother provided the death certificate and Social Security Death benefits information that my 17 year old brother receives with her application for assistance. She doesn't receive benefits from Social Security because my parents never married, they were in a domestic partnership for over 25 years.
So on top of harassing my mother about my dead father, accusing her of not listing Social Sec. assistance she's receiving (which is assistance she CAN'T receive), I've got friends and family being harassed. Family that includes my older half-sister (my mom's step daughter) who very recently lost her husband. The emotional and mental effects of this harassment is astounding and I'm very obviously going to recommend avoiding CITC if you can.
Some of the things said during the phone call were:
'Where is James?'
'Where is your father?'
'Where is he? Don't lie'
'Are you sure?' (said in response to my sister answering that he's been dead for six years)
Great team of people you have over there, CITC. Truly stunning work. Harassing a family about their deceased relative is how you choose to do things. My poor mother can't go through any other agency because she's native and this is the treatment she gets with her own people? A service she's supposed to rely on and can't even count on because of horrible treatment by the staff there?

Johnnie F.

1.00
January 9th, 2016

Interesting story I've heard about the horrible treatment and service that CITC provides. While my disabled mother is waiting to hear back about whether or not she'll receive public assistance, she gets several phone calls from friends and family (my mom's step-daughter included), all of them saying that a representative from CITC called and repeatedly asked about my dead father and his whereabouts. My father has been dead for SIX years coming up on the 15th of January. My mother provided the death certificate and Social Security Death benefits information that my 17 year old brother receives with her application for assistance. She doesn't receive benefits from Social Security because my parents never married, they were in a domestic partnership for over 25 years.
So on top of harassing my mother about my dead father, accusing her of not listing Social Sec. assistance she's receiving (which is assistance she CAN'T receive), I've got friends and family being harassed. Family that includes my older half-sister (my mom's step daughter) who very recently lost her husband. The emotional and mental effects of this harassment is astounding and I'm very obviously going to recommend avoiding CITC if you can.
Some of the things said during the phone call were:
'Where is James?'
'Where is your father?'
'Where is he? Don't lie'
'Are you sure?' (said in response to my sister answering that he's been dead for six years)
Great team of people you have over there, CITC. Truly stunning work. Harassing a family about their deceased relative is how you choose to do things. My poor mother can't go through any other agency because she's native and this is the treatment she gets with her own people? A service she's supposed to rely on and can't even count on because of horrible treatment by the staff there?

Donald K.

5.00
January 27th, 2015

It's a Place that all out community can connect with and go forward with friends, and family and support each other with Drum and Dance. You got strings?!

Donald K.

5.00
January 27th, 2015

It's a Place that all out community can connect with and go forward with friends, and family and support each other with Drum and Dance. You got strings?!

Donald K.

5.00
January 27th, 2015

It's a Place that all out community can connect with and go forward with friends, and family and support each other with Drum and Dance. You got strings?!

Donald K.

5.00
January 27th, 2015

It's a Place that all out community can connect with and go forward with friends, and family and support each other with Drum and Dance. You got strings?!

Donald K.

5.00
January 27th, 2015

It's a Place that all out community can connect with and go forward with friends, and family and support each other with Drum and Dance. You got strings?!

Donald K.

5.00
January 27th, 2015

It's a Place that all out community can connect with and go forward with friends, and family and support each other with Drum and Dance. You got strings?!

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