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APRIL IS AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH -- Each year the Autism Statutes
Society takes this opportunity to educate the public about autism and the Regulations
issues within the autism community. To learn more about autism resources Bylaws Partners
in Alaska, contact the Governor's Council on Disabilities & Special Trust Land
Education and the Special Education Service Agency (SESA). Office
TRUST SEEKS PUBLIC INPUT ON PROPOSED REGULATION Opportunities
CHANGES -- The Trust proposes to adopt regulation changes in Title 20, Trust Funding
Chapter 40 of the Alaska Administrative Code dealing with the creation of Trust Budget
budget recommendations and the use of Mental Health Trust funds. The Grant
public is invited to comment on the proposed changes by submitting written Opportunities
s no later than 4:30 p.m., May 5, 2011. For a copy of the proposed regulation changes Other Funding
s about how to submit written comments, see Statutes, Regulations & Bylaws. Bring The Kids
? Contact our office at 907-269-7960. Home
UR E-LIST -- Interested in learning about funding opportunities from public and private Affordable
ons? Need to keep up with the latest training events and conferences related to Trust Appropriate
ies and their issues? Want more information about The Trust's initiatives and activities? Housing
d through email on the lst and 15th of each month, our e-newsletter is full of useful Disability
on. Sign up and start receiving it right away - just make sure you respond to the Justice
ion email asking you to confirm your request to join our E-List. NOTE: sometimes the Beneficiary
confirmation request shows up in your junk mail folder, so watch for it Projects
after you sign up. Initiative
15 YEARS OF COMMITMENT AND SUCCESS -- The Trust has Development
issued our 2010 annual report, which includes a retrospective of our first Board of
15 years of operation. Download it here or contact us at Trustees
firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a hard copy. Committees
ADVOCACY -- If you want to become involved in supporting Trust Partner Boards
beneficiaries through the legislative process, consider joining our Other Events
ACTION NETWORK. Overview News
Trust related WebEx Meeting Information and Access Codes Campaigns
he Statewide Suicide Prevention Council has created www.StopSuicideAlaska.org a Areas
eb portal that offers information and resources for individuals and groups in Alaska as Communications
ey work to prevent suicide and help recover after a loss.
he results of the 2010 Center for Effective Philanthropy Survey of Trust grantee
rceptions of the work The Trust does for beneficiaries.
he Trust's 2009 Annual Report is available for download. Read about our past
ccesses and our current initiatives.
he FY11 Budget Spreadsheets were signed by the Chair of the Alaska Mental
ealth Trust Authority's Board of Trustees at the September 2009 Full Board of Trustee
he Trust has produced an informational brochure that describes what The Trust is, who
r beneficiaries are and what funding opportunities are available. Download a pdf copy
email us for hard copies.
atus of Beneficiaries - The Alaska Scorecard: Key Issues Impacting Alaska Mental
ealth Trust Beneficiaries is an overview of the status of Trust beneficiaries researched
d produced by leaders and planners representing the Alaska Mental Health Trust
uthority, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services and related state agencies,
ards and commissions.
ew The Cost of Crime, a study conducted by the Institute of Social and Economic
esearch (ISER) in Anchorage that shows the number of inmates in Alaska's prisons will
ely double by 2030 unless the state significantly increases its prevention, intervention,
ucation and treatment programs soon.
ust FAQs -- Frequently asked questions about The Trust.
equently Used Abbreviations -- A list of mental health-related abbreviations
mmonly used by The Trust and its partners.
does not provide individual services. Here is a list of
aska 211 Health and Human Services Information and Referral
o call this referral service, simply dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-478-2221
uicide Prevention Careline web site with chat line, personal
ories and poetry or call the 24-hour hotline 1-877-266-4357 for immediate assistance
ational Resource Directory - an online resource for wounded, ill, and injured service
embers, veterans, their families and those who support them.
ate of Alaska Resources
aska Behavioral Health Resource Guide
nior and Disabilities Services
aska's Network of Care
ging & Disability Resource Centers
fice of the Long Term Care Ombudsman
her Helpful Links
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