JOB OPPORTUNITY -- The Trust is seeking an entry-level Program Officer to join our dynamic team. See Trust Employment Opportunities for complete job description and details about how to apply. Deadline: May 31, 2013.
MORE THAN MONEY -- Find out how The Trust provided administrative support to help Ketchikan's Community Connections find its "forever home."
CELEBRATE OLDER ALASKANS -- The Trust joins with the Alaska Commission on Aging in honoring older Alaskans. Older Alaskans and vulnerable adults need care and protection. If you know someone who needs help, call Adult Protective Services at 800-478-9996.
MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS -- May is National Mental Health Awareness Month. Be considerate to those who experience mental health issues. Many people do not look for help because of the stigma associated with mental health issues. Treatment and services work. See how peer support and other services helped Alvin. For resources in your community, call 2-1-1 or go to Alaska211.org.
ALASKA NEEDS HEALTHCARE WORKERS -- Earn money and help others. Part- and full-time positions with flexible hours are available all over Alaska. See how one speech therapist helps families and children every day. Find out more at aadsc.org.
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.
The Trust does not provide individual services. Here are some references that do: