With education, advocacy and financial support there is hope for those with mental illness. Alaska Behavioral Health is funded by providing billable services, but not all of the needs of clients qualify for insurance reimbursement and not all of the rates we are paid actually cover the costs of providing services. Your tax-free contribution helps insure that we can continue to offer a range of programs to meet a variety of client needs. Your gift of cash would be greatly appreciated and will be given right back to our client care.
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Info Session: New Partial Hospitalization programs for Adults & Children
New Partial Hospitalization Programs address mental health needs of Alaskans. Partial Hospitalization Programs (or PHP) provide intensive services for those who need more than therapy sessions to address their mental health needs to prevent the need for higher levels of care (inpatient or residential), or are stepping down from higher levels of care and need […]
Save the Date: June 9th Block ParTAY in Anchorage!
Block ParTAY: June 9, 4- 7 pm Celebrate Alaska Seeds of Change and the POWER Center Join us for a fun celebration of programs that serve transition age youth and their mental health needs! We’ll have live music, outdoor games and crafts. Alaska Seeds of Change will be selling fresh produce and Evies Brinery products. […]
In our March 2022 community update: Save the Date! The 9th Alaska Advanced Trauma Training Institute is June 8 & 9th! Save the Date! Block ParTAY to celebrate Alaska Seeds of Change and the POWER Center, June 9 – in Anchorage! Read the newsletter here.
In our February 2022 community update: Adding Walk-In hours for Psychiatric Care Alaska Seeds of Change recruiting apprentices! Looking back on a full season of Evies Brinery production! Read the newsletter here.
In our January 2022 community update: Expanding Primary Care and Psychiatric Care in Fairbanks 2022 Peer Support Training Calendar is released Looking back on a full season of Evies Brinery production! Read the newsletter here.
Alaska Seeds of Change is recruiting Apprentices & Volunteers! Alaska Seeds of Change is a unique program to help young people develop job skills while addressing mental health needs. The program works with young people to develop vocational skills in an indoor hydroponic farm and in outdoor gardens in the summer. Seeds is now recruiting […]
Between June and November, the crew at Alaska Seeds of Change chopped, diced, and fermented 80 vats of fresh Alaska produce to make a full-line of fermented vegetable products. The end result: more than 150 cases of kimchi and kraut to sell through the winter. Plus a lot of learning. Seeds took over production of […]
2022 Peer Support Training Schedule is now Available! Peer Support Professionals are individuals who identify themselves as in recovery: living with a mental illness diagnosis, history of trauma, and/or history of addiction. They may also be a family member of someone who meets that definition. Peer support specialists bring a different perspective when it comes […]
Peer Support Specialist Kevin H. was a member of Alaska Behavioral Health’s very first peer support specialist training, and has worked at the company ever since, with a few different teams. He spends his days checking in with clients by phone, or helping them figure out transportation, housing and other life needs. He brings his […]