We're taking Yoga in the Greenhouse outside to our gardens at Steller Secondary School! Enjoy well-spaced yoga outdoors with Kayli Gronski, buy locally-grown fresh greens and herbs from Alaska Seeds of Change, and see what Seeds and students from Steller have been growing in their outdoor gardens -- all while supporting programs that help youth

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Learn what it takes to be a Peer Support Specialist here in Alaska. Have you experienced and recovered from trauma, addiction, or mental illness; yourself, your partner, your child, or a member of your immediate family? Use those lived experiences to help others!  Peer support is a growing field within mental health.  Training

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At Alaska Behavioral Health, our mission is to strengthen Alaska communities and improve the lives of our clients by delivering exceptional behavioral healthcare services. We deliver these services in multiple clinics located in Fairbanks and Anchorage as well as through telemedicine throughout the State. As a part of the Child and Family

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For decades, Anchorage Community Mental Health Services has served the mental health needs of Alaskans. In 2013, we extended operations to Fairbanks with Fairbanks Community Mental Health Services. Over the years, we have created specialized programs, and continued to evolve our treatments to help our clients on their personal journey to wellness

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Team building in the era of COVID can be a little challenging. Most meetings happen via Zoom. We have new staff members who have never met their colleagues in person.  No more pot luck birthday lunches. But staff find a way.  One of our teams, who used to socialize outside of work regularly, is hosting a Zoom party this week.  To make sure

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Registration for the 8th Annual Alaska Advanced Trauma Training Conference is now open! Each year, the Alaska Advanced Trauma Training Institute features local Alaskan and national experts who share about the latest research and advances in the neurobiology of traumatic stress, trauma-informed systems, and clinical interventions for complex

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ACMHS Clinician Amber Chambers sees clients referred by AWAIC. Some are living in the shelter, and others are non-residential participants. She also provides services to caregivers of the children we see in our Child and Family Clinic who have experienced domestic violence, intimate partner violence, and sexual assault. Chambers is a licensed

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This month, we're highlighting several clients who submitted art to our virtual art show: Exploring Mental Health Through Art. Click on the picture below to access the art

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Evidence shows that group therapy and skill development is effective at helping people experiencing a wide-range of mental health conditions.  At Alaska Behavioral Health, we have multiple options for virtual groups and outdoor, in-person groups available during the Coronovirus pandemic to help those with on-going or emerging mental health

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Self-care for Parents and Caregivers Thursday, April 16, 1 to 2 pm Presented By Mara Hill, MS, LPC and Meghan Magone, MA, LPC Registration Spoiler alert: Self-care isn’t all yoga and bubble baths. Sometimes it’s taking a deep breath, counting to three, and telling yourself that after this is over you’re going to dip into your secret

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