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J. Kate Burkhart
Executive Director 

Alaska Behavioral Health Resource Guide

If you, a family member or friend is hurting and considering suicide, PLEASE call Careline at
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Key Issues Impacting Alaska Mental Health Trust Beneficiaries

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Charting a Course to Recovery and Reform
When: October 10-11, 2016
Where: Anchorage, Alaska

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Charting the Course to Recovery and Reform: 
Alaskans Navigating Behavioral Health Opportunities and Adversity
October 10-11, 2016 at The Egan Center, Anchorage

The Alaska Mental Health Board is joining with the Advisory Board on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse to host a conference on behavioral health – open and free to anyone who wants to attend. This is not the usual board meeting. It’s an opportunity for you to learn from and share information with peers and colleagues, to inform and influence policymakers and community leaders as we chart a new course for behavioral health services in Alaska.  There will be presentations and discussion about Medicaid reform, peer support, veterans services, opioid prevention, community prevention, and much more.  Participants will also have the opportunity to engage with board members and other policymakers on these issues. 

AGENDA​  For more information, call Pat Sidmore at 465-8920.


Childhood Trauma Costs All Alaskans

What we experience as children affects us for a lifetime. The effects of childhood trauma go far beyond one child or one family, and can pass from generation to generation. Part of reducing the impact of childhood trauma in Alaska is getting educated: