The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority board of trustees recently approved several large grants totaling close to $1.5 million to partner organizations across the state.
The Alaska Work Matters Task Force reviewed and analyzed existing policies, practices, procedures, barriers, and workforce utilization data regarding the employment of people with disabilities in Alaska, producing a report that includes sweeping recommendations for legislation and for executive branch departments, agencies, and commissions.
The number to call for help in a mental health crisis is suddenly easier to remember: 988. The dialing code to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline activated on July 16.
The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority recently approved grants totaling more than $1.1 million toward supportive housing and workforce development for its beneficiaries.
The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority board of trustees hired Steve Williams as the organization’s Chief Executive Officer, effective January 15, 2022.
The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority awarded more than half a million dollars in grants to organizations across the state in the second quarter of the fiscal year 2022.
For businesses owners and managers, it’s vital to address mental health in the workplace to ensure the well being of employees and maintain productivity.
The Municipality of Anchorage used $9.3 million of a total $15 million designated for a treatment center to purchase the property; remaining funds will be used to prepare and convert the hotel.