Projects List

CHOICE ATI Retreats

The Alaska Teen Institutes (ATIs) are two-day, overnight retreats that implement a healthy choices curriculum for the CHOICE (Choosing Healthy Options in Cooperative Education) program at Juneau-Douglas High School. The retreats, utilizing small group activiti...

Juneau Teen Council

The Juneau Teen Council is a peer education program whose mission is to empower teenagers to educate and inspire their peers, families and communities. The Teen Council educates about human sexuality and healthy decision making. It inspires teen to use their v...

Outreach to Peer language Navigators in Anchorage

Increase Peer Language Navigator (PLN) knowledge of and ability to access and use high quality comsumer health information.

REBOUND

REBOUND is an experiential prevention project allowing youth from southeast Alaska to explore the back-country of Alaska on a multi-day kayak expedition. Participants learn of connecting across differences, working together, leadership, communication, goal se...

REBOUND - Sitka

During a 10 day adventure through Glacier Bay, Huna ancestral homelands, teens from around Southeast Alaska build strong outdoor leadership skills, develop healthy relationship tools and gain inspiration and resources to promote wellness in their home communit...

Sitka Youth Leadership Committee

The Sitka Youth Leadership Committee (SYLC) is an afterschool prevention program that brings together teens from across schools and cliques to promote respect and nonviolence. Youth led activities include education/outreach, media, and outdoor leadership and a...

Sources of Strength

The Juneau School District is implementing a new program, called Sources of Strength, which helps connect students with trusted adults as well as build multiple sources of support for youth. With support from the advisors, the peer leaders conduct well-defined...

Teens Against Tobacco Use (TATU) - Juneau

Teens Against Tobacco Use (TATU) is a Juneau-based, student-led tobacco education and prevention group. High school student volunteers serve as role models by promoting positive informational interaction with their peers, with younger children, and with the ge...