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Vitamin D is important for strong bones and may contribute to overall good health. Alaskans should select foods that are high in vitamin D, such as Alaska salmon, and should talk with their health care provider about vitamin D and the risks and benefits of supplementation.

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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.

1/12/18- Alison Kulas Begins Tenure as Executive Director
The Advisory Board on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, The Alaska Mental Health Board and the Statewide Suicide Prevention Council have selected Alison Kulas as their new executive director, effective Jan. 9. She replaces Kate Burkhart who left the position after nearly 10 years to become the state’s Ombudsman.

Casting the Net Upstream:
Promoting Wellness to Prevent Suicide

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

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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




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