Man in front of fireplace
Meet Sauniga Gogo. He’s a big guy, and he hugs often: you feel his warmth the minute you meet him. His staff call him “Gogo” and respond with smiles to his shouts of greeting down the hallways.  Sauniga Gogo has been general manager at this midtown Anchorage hotel for about a month. A year-and-a half ago, he was homeless. Gogo says he

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Chad came in for services at Fairbanks Community Mental Health Services last summer. At the time, he was on the verge of complete homelessness – living in an old motel that had been shut down and abandoned because it was caving in, more or less. He’d been on the decline for about five years, ever since the former Fairbanks behavioral health

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January 15, 2019 Accepting New Clients ages 3-24 The Alaska Child Trauma Center at ACMHS, ACMHS Child & Family Services team and the ACMHS Parenting with Love and Limits programs are pleased to announce that we have openings for services in Anchorage and are accepting new clients. Please call our referral line 907-762-8667 to schedule an

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ACMHS Selected for National Learning Collaborative to Address Youth Mental Health "Connected" will bring together five youth-serving organizations from across the country Anchorage, AK, December 26, 2018- Anchorage Community Mental Health Services is pleased to announce that we have been selected to be part of a national learning

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We'd like to thank several companies for helping to make our holidays a little brighter this year. Thanks to Microcom for sponsoring an employee fundraiser, raising $1000, and coming to take a tour of Alaska Seeds of Change!   Big Ray's - the Alaskan Outfitter donated warm socks, hats, etc. to provide holiday gifts for some of

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A huge thank you to Matson for sponsoring participation in winter's farmers markets for the crew at Alaska Seeds of Change!  Winter markets typically have lower attendance and don't always cover the costs of paying our youth to staff the booth.  Many thanks to Matson for stepping up to make sure our youth still have this opportunity to

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Finding Help with Parenting Challenges By Jessica Cochran ACMHS Child and Family Services, October 1, 2018 It’s the last of six evening sessions for this group of five families enrolled in Parenting with Love and Limits® (PLL). That means it's potluck night, and the younger kids especially can’t wait to load up their plates with sub

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