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Alaska 211
Need help? Call 211, and 211 of Alaska will connect you to a variety of social resources, ranging from essentials (food, clothing, rental and utility assistance, and more) to health services and addiction treatment. Other services include housing and educational assistance, senior services, child care and early education, and much more.
Iknowmine provides Alaskans with harm reduction materials, sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing, safe sex supplies, and education about the impact of addiction to a wide range of substances. The website also helps visitors find addiction treatment programs and sends naloxone (Narcan) kits and harm reduction kits to those who request them.
Recover Alaska
Recover Alaska is focused on addressing the harm of alcohol misuse in Alaska. They provide connections to addiction treatment, education to reduce the stigma of seeking help, and harm reduction strategies. Recover Alaska also offers prevention education, a list of apps Alaskans can use to reduce alcohol use, and a list of additional resources like podcasts, training, and recovery support.
Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority
The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority partners with organizations to provide prevention, early intervention, treatment options, and employment and housing resources for beneficiaries. Beneficiaries are Alaskans who struggle with mental illness, intellectual/developmental disabilities, substance use, Alzheimer's, and/or traumatic brain injury. The Trust also advocates for access to treatment and participates in Crisis Now to provide crisis resources and stabilization.
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
The Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium works with Tribes and Tribal Health organizations to encourage assessments, promote evidence-based mental health and substance use treatment, support safe medication disposal, and more. They also connect family members of those struggling with substance misuse with CRAFT support therapy.
Seward Prevention Coalition
The Seward Prevention Coalition serves Seward, Alaska, with a host of resources benefiting youth and families. They inspire youth to build positive support structures and encourage parents to raise resilient, happy kids. They also offer school-based mental health programs, resources for children ages 0 to 5, and a Safe Harbor program for victims of violence.
Harm Reduction & Opioid Resources
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Project HOPE
Need Narcan? Project HOPE distributes naloxone (Narcan) to Alaskans, as well as organizations like first responders, health centers, community organizations, shelters, addiction treatment programs, and more. They also provide drug disposal bags for the safe disposal of unused medication.
Four A's
907- 263-2050
Four A’s operates a syringe service program in Alaska to reduce the spread of HIV and other infections in the state. They provide a non-judgmental way for those who use injection supplies to get free, clean syringes. They also offer free HIV testing, risk reduction counseling and education, safe sex supplies and STI/STD testing, and referrals to addiction treatment for those who are interested.
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Alaska Office of Substance Misuse and Addiction Prevention
The Alaska Office of Substance Misuse and Addiction Prevention provides education for opioid and marijuana misuse as well as fetal alcohol issues. To reduce stigma, they offer an Addiction in the Workplace education program to help employers promote health and protect worker safety. The Office also coordinates research and runs Project Hope.
Alaska Department of Health
The Alaska Department of Health has a treatment finder for those interested in substance use treatment as well as information on how to pay for care. There are treatment options for Alaskans of all ages as well as pregnant women and newborns. The website provides links to a variety of substance use resources throughout the state while also providing educational resources about addiction treatment and the impact of substance misuse.
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