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Alaska Scorecard

The Alaska Scorecard: Key Issues Impacting Alaska Mental Health Trust Beneficiaries was researched and produced by a group of leaders and planners representing the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, and related state agencies, boards and commissions. The scorecard focuses on selected indicators that disproportionately impact beneficiaries (or potential beneficiaries) of the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority.

Under statute, these beneficiaries are Alaskans experiencing a mental illness, a developmental disability, chronic alcoholism, traumatic brain injury, or Alzheimer’s disease or a related disorder; they receive services under the Comprehensive Integrated Mental Health Program (AS 47.30).

For related information, see Moving Forward, Comprehensive Integrated Mental Health Plan 2006-2011. The “Comp Plan” contains information about the status of Trust beneficiaries and potential beneficiaries, the current service delivery system, initiatives to address service gaps, and emerging issues.

Key Issues Impacting
Alaska Mental Health Trust Beneficiaries

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