The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust) and statutory advisory boards maintain an advocacy network that communicates with grassroots advocates on issues related to legislative issues affecting Trust beneficiaries, their families, providers, and administrators who serve Trust beneficiaries. Our joint advocacy network is offering these free, one-day trainings to provide tools and hands-on practice for advocating for policy and funding decisions that affect Trust beneficiaries.
Who is this training for? Peers and people with lived experience, family members, providers of services, administrators, and others interested in advocating for vulnerable Alaskans.
Click on any of the dates below for locations and more information.