Welcome to the Trust

2013 ANNUAL REPORT -- Read about the past year's activities and The Trust's new and expanded focus areas.

TRUST BENEFICIARIES STRENGTHEN ALASKA'S WORKFORCE -- The Trust seeks to enhance opportunities for beneficiary employment and self-sufficiency. See how Mat-Su Regional Medical Center has benefitted from hiring people with diabilities, click here. For more about about beneficiary employment, read here.

TRUST MICRO-GRANT HELPS SMALL BUSINESS OWNER -- In his teens, Ramey Wood survived a traumatic brain injury. Now he thrives as an independent business owner. The Trust supports employment opportunities for all Trust beneficiaries; learn more here.

ALASKA PATIENT CENTERED MEDICAL HOME INITIATIVE - STATEWIDE TRANSITION PROJECT --  The Letter of Interest form to participate in the multi-year Alaska Patient Centered Medical Home Pilot can be found on APCA’s website.  To learn more about the pilot project, or the Alaska Patient Centered Medical Home Initiative (AKPCMHI), learn more here.

Trust-related WebEx Meeting Information and Access Codes


Grantee Stories

The Trust provides a variety of grants to organizations and agencies that serve people who experience mental illness, chronic alcoholism and other substance related disorders, Alzheimer's disease and related dementia, and traumatic brain injury.

Following are stories about some grant recipients and how they have used Trust funds to improve the lives of Trust beneficiaries.


Recent and Important Documents
  • The Trust's 2012 Annual Report is available for download. Read about our past successes and our current initiatives.
  • The Trust produced an informational brochure that describes what The Trust is, who our beneficiaries are, and what funding opportunities are available. Download a pdf copy or email us for hard copies.
  • The Statewide Suicide Prevention Council created a web portal, www.StopSuicideAlaska.org, that offers information and resources for individuals and groups in Alaska as they work to prevent suicide and help recover after a loss. 
  • Status of Beneficiaries: The Alaska Scorecard: Key Issues Impacting Alaska Mental Health Trust Beneficiaries is an overview of the status of Trust beneficiaries researched and produced by leaders and planners representing the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, and related state agencies, boards and commissions.
  • Read The Cost of Crime, a study conducted by the Institute of Social and Economic Research (ISER) in Anchorage that shows the number of inmates in Alaska's prisons will likely double by 2030 unless the state significantly increases its prevention, intervention, education, and treatment programs soon.
  • FAQs: Frequently asked questions about The Trust.
  • Frequently Used Abbreviations: A list of mental health-related abbreviations commonly used by The Trust.


Individual Services

The Trust does not provide individual services. Here are some references that do:


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