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The Statewide Suicide Prevention Council advises the governor and legislature on issues relating to suicide. In collaboration with communities, faith-based organizations, and public-private entities, the Council works to improve the health and wellness of Alaskans by reducing suicide and its effect on individuals and communities. 

Grant Program Supports Community-based Efforts to Reduce Teen Suicide

The Alaska Children’s Trust and The Alaska Community Foundation are currently accepting applications for projects that will directly enhance community-based efforts to prevent teen suicide. Communities across Alaska are encouraged to apply. The application deadline is Monday, February 15, 2015 at 5 p.m.
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Casting the Net Upstream:
Promoting Wellness to Prevent Suicide

Implementation Report for the Alaska State Suicide Prevention Plan, 2012-2017



Iron Dog 2015:

Team 12 shares the message “Life is a team effort!” and promotes Careline.



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Statewide Suicide Prevention Council
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Alaska State Suicide Prevention Plan: FY2012-2017

Kognito suicide prevention training pilot program

Kognito suicide prevention training pilot program for high school teachers and staff is now available. Visit the Kognito Alaska page for more information or contact Eric Morrison at 465-6518 or email for access code."

If you have any questions concerning the program or the application process, please feel free to contact Sharon Fishel, 465-6523 or




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