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Patrick Sidmore
Acting Executive Director 

Alaska Behavioral Health Resource Guide

If you, a family member or friend is hurting and considering suicide, PLEASE call Careline at
1-877-266-HELP (4357)

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Alaska Scorecard
Key Issues Impacting Alaska Mental Health Trust Beneficiaries

Upcoming Meetings


September 27-29, 2017
Time: 12:15 p.m.

Quarterly Board Meeting
Ketchikan
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NEW REFERENCE PORTAL!
Alaska's Division of Libraries has a new reference portal to find information and resources about mental health issues. Contact Librarian
Julie Niederhauser for more information.


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.

News and Headlines

Burkhart departing, Patrick Sidmore becomes acting executive director

June 19, 2017. The Advisory Board on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse and the Alaska Mental Health Board will have an acting executive director as Kate Burkhart takes on the role of Alaska State Ombudsman. Read press release here.

Facing Addiction in America: The Surgeon General's Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health is a comprehensive review of the science of substance use, misuse, and disorders. This report, the first ever issued by the Surgeon General which speaks to the importance of the issues related to substance abuse. Previous reports of the Surgeon General, including those on tobacco (1964), AIDS (1987), and mental health (1999), have helped to create understanding and urgency to address critical public health challenges.

 


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:


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