Fiscal Year 2023 Budget Development


The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority’s overall purpose is to help beneficiaries thrive in their communities and avoid long-term institutionalization. One of the duties of the Trust is to develop a budget for Trust spending and recommendations for how the state will fund a comprehensive, integrated mental health program.

This page contains materials intended to inform Trust staff, trustees, and stakeholders in the FY23 budget development process.

As the Trust uses a two year budgeting cycle, in August 2020 trustees adopted a FY22/23 budget. FY23 represents the second year in that two year budget cycle, and trustees will consider revisions to the FY23 budget that was adopted.

Resource Documents

Data Scorecards

Disability Justice 

Mental Health and Addiction Intervention

Behavioral Health Crisis Response 

Home & Community Based Services (HCBS)

     Homelessness & Housing

    Beneficiary Employment & Engagement

    Early Childhood Prevention & Intervention

    Workforce Development

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