flower mural on side of building
In the June, July ACMHS newsletter, learn about a mural blooming on the outside of the building that houses our indoor farm, how multi-city teamwork helped return a client safely home, and our June trauma training conference. Plus, money stuff. Budget woes on the one hand, but on the plus side -- recent donations from Wells Fargo, the Rasmuson

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In the May 2019 ACMHS Newsletter , learn about our outreach efforts at Brother Francis Shelter, our upcoming trauma training conference, and the impressive stats our trauma training program racked up this year! Plus, Alaska Seeds of Change adds outdoor growing for the summer, and how Parenting with Love and Limits can help manage tough teen

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In the March 2019 Newsletter, our Fy 2018 Annual Report is released, it's not too late to Pick.Click.Give for ACMHS, and save the date for the 7th Annual Alaska Advanced Trauma Training

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In the February Newsletter, meet Chip Ellis and Stephen Washington -  a well-matched client/clinician pair, Alaska Seeds of Change is featured at the museum,  and contributing toward Trauma-Informed Schools in

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In the January Newsletter, FCMHS client Chad describes how reconnecting with services at ACMHS helped him find housing and a new sense of possibility, and Saunigo Go-go describes how Alaska Youth Advocates helped him get back on his

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In the November 2018 Newsletter, gearing up for Giving Tuesday, and meet staff working with our child & family continuum.  Mara Hill works with our youngest clients at Little Tykes. And Drake King works with transition age youth at Alaska Youth

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In the October 2018 Newsletter, meet our new Fairbanks Board Member Linda Setterberg and learn about the family therapy program Parenting with Love and Limits at

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woman and boy smiling
In the September 2018 newsletter, two client success stories.  One is the story of a client who lived for years on the streets and finally find home and support through our supported housing program, as told by his brother. The other is the story of a child whose life started with enormous abuse, neglect and other trauma, and how early

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two people in a kitchen
In the June 2018 ACMHS/FCMHS Newsletter, learn how our Residential Team helps support clients getting ready to move into independent living,  and how our Fairbanks crew took a serious morale problem and turned it

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