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Staff Spotlight

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Staff Spotlight: Nick Borash

Meet Nick Borash – hanger of sheetrock, snaker of drains, plower of snow Nick has been working as part of our maintenance team in Fairbanks for about 18 months. He previously worked in commercial maintenance and came to Alaska Behavioral Health because “it’s a better company to work for.” [Check out our benefits here!] At first, […]

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Program Spotlight

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Back to School Supports for Alaska’s Children

Back to School Alaska’s children are heading back to school this month and getting back into regular routines. For many, that also means an increase in stress and anxiety. Parents and teachers may notice behavioral issues or symptoms of depression and other mental health struggles that flew under the radar during the summer.   In-School Supports  […]

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Recovery Spotlight

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Kendra’s Story

Kendra's Story Fairbanks client Kendra knew moving to Alaska from Missouri was going to be tough, but she didn’t know exactly how tough. She has

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Child & Family Services

Child and Family Services Continuum provides a wide range of therapeutic services to children and adolescents with mild, moderate, and severe emotional disturbance, along with their families.

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Teen and Young Adult Services

Alaska Behavioral Health provides a wide range of services for young people ages 13-24 who are experiencing mental/behavioral health challenges.

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Adult Services

Alaska Behavioral Health provides comprehensive outpatient treatment services for adults experiencing mild, moderate and severe mental illness.  Alaska Behavioral Health assesses all clients through an intake process, based on their needs and functionality. 

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Vocational Services

Recovery from severe mental illness is not only possible, but it is the goal for all participants in our youth and adult programs. While recovery looks different for everyone, gainful employment is a component of living in recovery.

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Gratitude Week!
Were grateful for the support from those who donate to support mental healthcare for Alaskans, whether its through @United Way of Anchorage, @Pick.Click.Give, the @CombinedFederalCampaign, or by supporting local events at @AlaskaSeeds of Change and @PowerCenter.

Thank you for helping us build playgrounds, serve homeless youth, and support families and adults!

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This is a great example that your organization would rather disabled people do what happened to that club than give them healthcare. Keep proving my videos right with your silence

Some call today Black Friday but did you know November 25 is also International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women ?

This day serves to spread awareness about violence faced by women worldwide and put an end to the cycle. 

Show your support by wearing orange, sharing helpful resources, and reaching out to the survivors in your life!

#mentalhealth

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Although at a lower rate men also suffer from violence.

Wear orange while you tell people in crisis to sh**t up buildings. youtube.com/channel/UC6rwy4iFX0rxUZ0LUh8K3wQ



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