Improve the lives of beneficiaries
Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority is a state corporation that administers the Alaska Mental Health Trust, a perpetual trust, to improve the lives of beneficiaries. The Trust operates much like a private foundation, using its resources to ensure that Alaska has a comprehensive integrated mental health program.
The Trust Land office protects and enhances the values of the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority lands while maximizing revenues from those lands over time.
- Enhance and protect the trust
- Provide leadership in advocacy, planning, implementing, and funding of a Comprehensive Integrated Mental Health Program
- Propose a budget for Alaska’s Comprehensive Integrated Mental Health Program
- Coordinate with state agencies on programs and services that affect beneficiaries
- Report to the Legislature, the governor and the public about The Trust’s activities
To improve the lives of Trust beneficiaries, the Trust is committed to
- Education of the public and policymakers on beneficiary needs
- Collaboration with consumers and partner advocates
- Maximizing beneficiary input into programs
- Continually improving results for beneficiaries
- Prioritizing services for beneficiaries at risk of institutionalization or needing long-term, intensive care
- Useful and timely data for evaluating programs
- Inclusion of early intervention and prevention components