TRUST ANNOUNCES GRANTS TO BENEFICIARY-SERVING PARTNERS

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (April 5, 2022) – The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) awarded more than half a million dollars in grants to beneficiary-serving organizations in the third quarter of the fiscal year. On average, the Trust grants $25 million a year to Alaska organizations that serve Trust beneficiaries, including nonprofits, service providers, Tribal entities, and state and local government …

TRUST ANNOUNCES NEW CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) announces the hiring of Katie Baldwin-Johnson as its new Chief Operating Officer (COO). Prior to accepting this role, Katie served as the Trust’s Senior Program Officer, a role she has held for 6 of her 14 years with the Trust.   Baldwin-Johnson brings more than three decades of Trust beneficiary-related advocacy, direct service …

TRUST ANNOUNCES MORE THAN $1 MILLION IN LARGE GRANTS SUPPORTING HOUSING, WORKFORCE, AND SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (February 15, 2022) – The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) board of trustees recently approved several large grants totaling more than $1.1 million to Trust beneficiary-serving partner organizations across the state. These grants represent investments in supportive housing for Trust beneficiaries, workforce development, and improving communications systems that support Trust beneficiary service delivery. The Trust grants, on …

ALASKA MENTAL HEALTH TRUST AUTHORITY HIRES NEW CEO

Anchorage, Alaska – The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority board of trustees announces the hiring of Steve Williams as the organization’s Chief Executive Officer, effective January 15, 2022. Williams is currently the Trust’s Chief Operating Officer, a role he has held for eight of his 16 years with the Trust. “Following a rigorous recruitment and interview process, it was clear …

TRUST AUTHORITY GRANTS MORE THAN $500,000 TO PARTNERS ACROSS ALASKA

Anchorage, Alaska – The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) awarded more than half a million dollars in grants to organizations across the state in the second quarter of fiscal year 2022 (FY22). This quarter’s grants, part of the Trust’s approximately $25 million annual grant program, fund beneficiary-supporting programs and initiatives that align with the Trust’s mission and values. Beneficiaries include Alaskans …

TRUST GRANTS SUPPORT BENEFICIARIES ACROSS ALASKA

Anchorage, Alaska – The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) awarded more than $430,000 in grants to organizations across the state in the first quarter of fiscal year (FY) 2022. This quarter’s grants, part of the Trust’s approximately $25 million annual grant program, fund beneficiary-supporting programs and initiatives that align with the Trust’s mission and values. Trust grants are awarded …