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 Peer Education Guidebook

The guidebook was created in collaboration with the Alaska Youth Advocates, peer educators, and coordinators that support and staff peer education programs, and is grounded in Positive Youth Development theories. There are two tool kits within the guidebook f...

ANDVSA Primary Prevention Orientation Modules

The ANDVSA Statewide Primary Prevention Orientation is a seven module training originally designed for prevention staff and AmeriCorps VISTA members at ANDVSA member programs. It is open to anyone wanting to learn more about primary prevention and how to make...

Birth Spacing: Take the Time to Build a Strong, Healthy Family

This booklet includes stories and photographs from real Alaskan families who talk about their experiences with birth spacing, covering topics such as meeting life goals before having children; saving money for their families’ needs and planning pregnancies whe...

Community Toolkit

This toolkit is for anyone (elders, youth peer educators, teachers) who wants to work with youth to support them to have safe and healthy relationships. All of the materials here-the PowerPoint Presentation (based on the Getting Together card) with extensive n...

Coping with Suicide Loss

Brochure with information, tips and resources to support individuals and families who have lost a loved one to suicide

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...

Getting Together

A gender-neutral teen safety card (wallet-sized, 8-panel, fold-out card) that addresses a variety of concerns related to domestic violence and sexual assault. Based on input from 113 Alaskan teens, it can be used in primary care, school, community, juvenile j...

Getting Together poster

ANTHC’s Behavioral Health’s Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative (DVPI) partnered with the Epicenter to create the “Getting Together” and “We Are Worthy” posters that deliver the same positive messages on the cards re. healthy relationships, rights, and res...

HA 2020 Scorecard

The HA 2020 Scorecard provides an at-a-glance review of Alaska's progress in addressing the 25 leading health indicators.

MAPP of the South Kenai Peninsula Community Health Improvement Plan

This 2015 Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) describes 1) the health improvement priorities identified within the second Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), 2) the process used by the community to prioritize a focus for action, 3) a description of...

MAPP of the South Kenai Peninsula Community Health Needs Assessment

One service that MAPP provides the South Kenai Peninsula is making community health information and data more accessible. This is done through conducting Community Health Assessments, hosting community meetings, and making these results available online throug...

Raise Your Voice

Summary of the Raise Your Voice student created media

Talk Now Talk Often AK Conversation Cards

The conversation cards focus on strengthening relationships and connections between youth and adults. The cards help build trust and inspire ongoing conversations and create a space to talk about peer and dating relations, taking action, respect, getting help...

We are Worthy

Safety card for teen girls and adult women that addresses issues like healthy & unhealthy relationships, how relationships affect health, pregnancy pressure, rights, seeking help, and local and national resources. This card was designed using guidance and f...

We Are Worthy poster

ANTHC’s Behavioral Health’s Domestic Violence Prevention Initiative (DVPI) partnered with the Epicenter to create the “Getting Together” and “We Are Worthy” posters that deliver the same positive messages on the cards re. healthy relationships, rights, and res...