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In the August 2020 Update, meet intern Hailey Robertson and find opportunities for peer support and trauma training. Learn why gardening became such a big part of mental health services this summer, and how we plan to keep providing group services through the

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In our July 2020 Update, learn about our effort to become a CCBHC, or Certified Community Behavioral Health Center.  Tour our new Cohen Clinic to serve military families, and help us design group services to meet needs in the age of

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In the May 2020 Community Update, , check out our Mental Health Awareness Month virtual art show. And learn about our virtual caregiver training series, to help caregivers through some difficult

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In our April 2020 update, learn how we've transitioned most services to a secure telehealth platform, and have added more groups to meet needs during these challenging times.  Plus, our Annual Advanced Trauma Training conference goes virtual - and we couldn't do it without community

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In our February-March 2020 newsletter, learn how therapy, medication and supportive peer groups have helped one client find stability. Say farewell to long-time Fairbanks clinic director Kandy Alley, and learn why we're advocating to keep degree programs at UAA. Meet UAA intern Julie Denny. And renaming the POWER

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In our January 2020 Update, saying farewell to Jim Briskey, a long time clinician embedded at the Anchorage jail, and hello to April Valentine, lead clinical associate for wrap-around services in Anchorage. Learn about school-based services in Fairbanks. and our outreach effort at Project Homeless

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In our December 2019 Newsletter, Child & Family Services director Joshua Arvidson was honored by the Anchorage Daily News, meet clinician Dianna Rehn,  and upcoming events to support Alaska Seeds of

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In our November newsletter: meet Billy Stapleton, the guy who turned his love of Halloween into a way to help youth, expanded capacity for child & family services in Fairbanks and Anchorage, meet Kensey Dye - Fairbanks CNA, and sales of Evie's Brinery products are now supporting Alaska Seeds of

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In our October Newsletter: learn how our vocational team helped Walter get back to work, Fairbanks staff get inspired by participating in a local middle school's Challenge Day, a new contract will bring trauma-informed mental health services into Fairbanks schools, and meet Child & Family clinician April

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