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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Volunteer

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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We want services to be accessible to anyone who needs them.
Three weeks from today, join us to celebrate our transition age youth programs – Alaska Seeds of change and the POWER Center.  Our virtual event will include mini-workshops on hydroponics, food fermentation and even a youth led cooking demo. 

(We promise, itll take your mind off world events for an hour.)

Tickets at the link!

https://fb.me/e/4SbHND3vF

Thank you, Alaska Eating Disorders Alliance, for bringing much-needed training to Alaska.Are you a therapist, psychologist, clergy, or other professional who is called upon for help by those who may be experiencing emotional dysregulation? Dialectal Behavior Therapy (DBT) may help.

DBT is an evidence-based, practical mode of treatment that provides specific skills that clients can use when they are feeling overwhelmed and at risk for relying on coping strategies that may cause them more suffering in the long term, such as eating disorder behaviors, self harm, or suicidal ideation.

The Alaska Eating Disorders Alliance (AKEDA) is pleased to provide this training opportunity at a rate that is highly subsidized by grant funders. Participants will gain 12 CEUs while learning the necessary skills to be able to train clients in individual and group settings.

Special thanks to funders including the GCI Suicide Prevention Fund at the Alaska Community Foundation, the Alaska Mental Health Trust, Anchorage East Rotary, GCI Gives, and Coastal Wellness & Counseling. Additional thanks to partners Alaska Behavioral Health and Southcentral Foundation.

Sign up now. All classes will be live, remote led via zoom and include 1 hour per month for 4 months of instructor follow-up as attendees begin implementing these skills and ideas in their practice.

Questions? Contact jloudon.alaskaedalliance@gmail.com.

Registration available at: http://bit.ly/DBT_Conference

@gciak @akcommunityfoundation @akmentalhealthtrust @southcentralfoundation @alaskabehavioralhealth
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Thank you, Alaska Eating Disorders Alliance, for bringing much-needed training to Alaska.


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