This is a list of resources and their websites. Please click on the website to go directly to the site.
Alaska ICE is the Alaska Initiative for Community Engagement. We are a part of the Association of Alaska School Boards (AASB), whose mission is to advocate for children and youth by assisting school boards in providing quality public education focused on student achievement, through effective local governance.
Anchorage Juvenile Justice Working Group
Over the past 10 years, the Anchorage Juvenile Justice Working Group has continued to meet regularly under the leadership and facilitation of Children’s Court Master William Hitchcock. Its mission is to provide a forum for exchange of information among juvenile justice agencies and service providers that will foster collaborative projects to more effectively meet the needs of youth in the juvenile justice system. The Working Group is open to all participants. For more information contact Master Hitchcock at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 264-0562,
Anchorage Juvenile Justice Working Group Brochure
Anchorage Youth Development Coalition
On September 26, 2001, United Way of Anchorage convened a meeting with approximately 40 key youth providers to propose the vision for a sustainable comprehensive youth development-planning model. The participants all agreed in principal that the need and benefits of such a model would justify a shared investment in the costs. The group requested a business plan and suggestions of how the model would operate. Since then, a series of meetings have been held, a steering and other committees formed, and work has started on a resource mapping project called “dashboards.”
Alaska Youth & Family Network
AYFN Peer Navigators are available to help prepare parents and youth for meetings, attend meetings and debrief and plan for the future. They also have specialized classes for addressing parenting children and youth with behavioral health or neurobehavioral health concerns. The AYFN website has a list of Navigators and contact numbers available.
Association of Alaska School Boards
The mission of the Association of Alaska School Boards is to advocate for children and youth by assisting school boards in providing quality public education, focused on student achievement, through effective local governance.
Denali Family Services
At Denali Family Services, we believe and operate under the simple premise that children and families belong together. We believe that children belong in their own communities. We are advocates. Our goal is to creatively provide health services for children who experience significant emotional challenges and their families or caregivers. Every day we work with parents, children, health care providers, and anyone relevant in each child’s life to assist in reaching his/her life goals. Our goal may seem lofty to some, but to us as Denali Family Services, it is our life’s work and joy.
Reclaiming Futures – National Program Office
Reclaiming Futures is a new approach to helping young people in trouble with drugs, alcohol, and crime. We have 10 sites throughout the United States that are reinventing the way police, courts, detention facilities, treatment providers, and the community work together to meet this urgent need.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
As the nation’s largest philanthropy devoted exclusively to improving the health and health care of all Americans, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation works with a diverse group of organizations and individuals to identify solutions and achieve comprehensive, meaningful and timely change.
Volunteers of America Alaska
Volunteers of America ia a national, nonprofit, spiritually based organization providing local human service programs and creating opportunities for individual and community involvement. It is one of the nation’s largest and most comprehensive charitable human service organizations with programs dealing with today’s most pressing social needs.