JUNEAU SUBPORT PARCEL RECEIVES APPARENT HIGH BID OF $20MILLION

Anchorage, Alaska (September 9, 2019) –  Following the results of The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority’s sealed bid auction, there is an apparent high bidder for the 2.9 acre waterfront Subport parcel located on Egan Drive in Juneau’s visitor industry corridor. The parcel had a minimum bid of $3,634,000, which is the recently appraised value.  The apparent high bid, from …

THE ALASKA MENTAL HEALTH TRUST AUTHORITY WELCOMES NEW TRUSTEE

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (August 30, 2019) – The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) welcomes new trustee Anita Halterman, who was appointed by Governor Dunleavy earlier this month. Trustee Halterman, currently working as an account executive for a risk management firm, is an Eagle River resident who brings more than thirty years of experience working in federal, state and local government …

Alaska’s Behavioral Health Crisis Continuum: Key Findings and Next Steps

The Trust convened a stakeholder meeting on August 6th in partnership with Southcentral Foundation, Providence, Department of Health and Social Services and the Alaska State Hospital and Nursing Association (ASHNA) to review key findings and recommendations from two recent studies of Alaska’s acute behavioral health system: one that addressed the civil side focused on hospital emergency departments, and the other …

Trust Letter to Alaska Lawmakers Regarding the Enacted FY20 Budget

The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority has a duty to educate the public and policy makers on beneficiary needs, and coordinate with state agencies on programs and services that affect beneficiaries. On July 8, 2019 the Trust shared this letter related to the Enacted FY20 operating and mental health budget bills with members of Legislature. Trust Letter to Legislature Re: …

MORE THAN $1.2M GRANTED TO TRUST PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS

Anchorage, Alaska (July 2, 2019) – The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority awarded more than $1,287,000 in grants to organizations across the state in the fourth quarter of fiscal year (FY) 2019. The Trust grants, on average, $20 million a year to Alaskan organizations that serve Trust beneficiaries, including various nonprofits, state agencies and projects that promote long-term systems change …

TRUST OFFERS UNIQUE JUNEAU WATERFRONT PROPERTY FOR SALE

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (May 6, 2019) – The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) has listed for sale a 2.9-acre parcel of waterfront property in Juneau’s visitor industry corridor. The land for sale is located at Egan Drive and Whittier Street, a prime location for a tourism-related business. The parcel has a minimum bid of $3,634,000, which is the recently appraised …