Supporting Youth

Alaska Seeds of Change employs and empowers local youth, promoting self-reliance and community involvement, to grow and sell fresh produce.  We work with young people ages 16-24 to help them develop the vocational and personal skills needed to become successful adults. We tend to look for people without much job experience who want to learn […]

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What We Grow & Where to Buy

Stop eating stale greens that have to travel hundreds of miles. Alaska Seeds of Change has fresh, nutritious, locally grown herbs and greens.  Our most popular items are our lettuce mix and fresh

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Youth Apprenticeships / Internships

Alaska Seeds of Change works with young people ages 16-24 to help them develop the vocational and personal skills needed to become successful

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The growing system for these seedlings is pretty efficient, but it takes a lot of resources to offer our youth staff the support they need.  Please consider a donation to support our

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Alaska Seeds of Change is always looking for passionate, community minded folks to join us.  Just 3 easy steps to volunteering with

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#throwbackThursday to last week, when our CEO and Cohen Clinic leaders visited Fairbanks and practiced their penguin walks 😆. Cohen is working to open a satellite clinic in Fairbanks during 2021, to serve post 9/11 military families and veterans and help them get #backtobetter!
Some of our Residential clients and staff recently took a field trip to Anchorages Municipal greenhouse.  Clients enjoyed the warm space and tropical plants. It was also a great opportunity for clients to  practice mindfulness and reflect on how they felt in the space:

“Hearing the water and the birds really calmed me down.”
“The warm air felt felt good on my throat.”

Thank you Anchorage Parks and Recreation for this beautiful 
Three AKBH clinicians in our Little Tykes program recently completed a two year learning collaborative to increase their skills in Child Parent Psychotherapy. Congratulations to Geri, Mara and Patty! 

Our early childhood team has been working hard to expand their knowledge and skills in trauma-focused intervention, learning the components of CPP through training, reflective consultation/ supervision and direct practice.

Director of Early Childhood and Outpatient Services Kristin Mortenson says, The CPP learning collaborative and national rostering process is the most extensive I have been a part of. Each provider completes extensive fidelity worksheets for each phase of treatment, elaborate case presentation worksheets and regular supervisor fidelity forms.
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(Staff pictured with Early Childhood Mental Health trainer and consultant Deb Harris on the left and AKBH manager Kristin Mortenson on the right.)

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Congratulations! 👍😁❤️

Congratulations Patty!!!

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