Materials List

Adolescent Marijuana Use

Marijuana is now legal in Alaska for people ages 21 and older, but that doesn’t mean it’s safe for young people to use. Research shows that using marijuana at an early age and for long periods of time may lead to serious problems like addiction, mental health...

Aftermath

A documentary created featuring the friends of a high school student who died in a drunk driving accident. The documentary talks about the experiences leading up to and in the aftermath of the accident.

Alaska's Strategies to Prevent Underage Drinking

Efforts to reduce and prevent underage drinking need to focus on a variety of environmental strategies. The Alaska-specific information and recommendations contained herein provide a blueprint for a range of science-based state and community actions that are...

Driving High is a DUI

More than 40 people die in motor vehicle crashes every year in Alaska; thousands more are hospitalized. A large percentage of these crashes involve impaired drivers. As part of our mission to promote and protect the health and well-being of Alaskans, the Alask...

Get the Facts about Marijuana Video and Radio PSA's

TV and radio public service announcements were created by the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services to share public health marijuana information.

Investing in Prevention: Working Together in Early Childhood for Healthy Alaskan Children, Families, and Communities

In February 2013, subject matter experts from the State of Alaska Departments of Public Safety, Health and Social Services, and Education & Early Development came together to identify opportunities for information sharing, coordinating, planning, and policy de...

State of Alaska Epidemiologic Profile on Substance Use, Abuse and Dependency

The Alaska Epidemiologic Profile on Substance Use, Abuse and Dependency is a tool for substance abuse prevention and public health and mental health planners in support of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) – Strategic Preve...