Trust Grant Awards Support Beneficiary-Serving Partners Across Alaska

The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) awarded more than $680,000 in grants to organizations across the state in the first quarter of fiscal year 2023. “Trust grant funds are intended to help our partners engage in projects and initiatives that improve the lives of our beneficiaries,” said Steve Williams, CEO of the Trust. “Our grants can support specific initiatives, …

Report Examining Mental Health Supports In Alaska’s Schools Released

The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) has released the second phase of a report examining current mental and behavioral health supports within Alaska’s school districts. Mental Health Supports in Alaska’s Schools Phase Two: The State of Student Mental Health & Promising Approaches follows the first phase of the report, which included a landscape assessment and individual school district profiles, …

The Trust is looking for qualified applicants to join the board of trustees

The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) provides leadership in the advocacy, planning, implementing and catalytic funding of services to improve Alaska’s mental health system, and seeks to improve the lives of its beneficiaries. Beneficiaries of the Trust include Alaskans who experience mental illness, intellectual/developmental disabilities, substance use disorders, Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia, or traumatic brain injury. Trustees oversee …