Behavioral Health

Healthy mind, body, and spirit close to home

Strengthening Capacity
Supporting opportunities for achievement and advancement where it matters most
Building Relationships
Becoming a trusted partner in sharing knowledge and advocating for positive change
Innovating Care
Empowering people to live healthy and meaningful lives by providing holistic health care


Addiction Medicine ECHO

Project ECHO and the ANTHC Behavioral Health partnered to develop a virtual learning network focused on improving delivery of addiction medicine and medication-assisted treatment (MAT).

Alaska Blanket Exercise

A participatory history lesson that fosters truth, understanding, respect and reconciliation among Indigenous and non-indigenous peoples.

Behavioral Health Aide Program

Behavioral Health Aide/Practitioners use a combination of Western and traditional-based practices to provide behavioral health prevention, treatment and recovery services to Alaska Native populations in rural Alaska.

Behavioral Health Wellness Clinic

The ANTHC Behavioral Health Wellness Clinic is designed to meet your everyday behavioral health needs. All services are provided by telehealth. Our goal is to promote Alaska Native wellness through compassionate and easy-to-connect to behavioral health services.

CRAFT

I want to help my loved one enter substance abuse treatment

Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM)

The ANTHC CISM (Critical Incident Stress Management) team of trained staff and behavioral health providers is standing by to support your mental health and well-being. You can reach out to CISM at any time. All communication is confidential.

Domestic and Sexual Violence Prevention Resources

You are not alone when facing domestic and sexual violence. ANTHC’s Domestic Violence Prevention Program partners with multiple statewide and regional partners to identify resources for the help you may need. This website is a safe, secure space. If you are in need of immediate assistance, call the domestic violence crisis line at 800-799-SAFE (7233) or 911.

Domestic Violence Prevention

Prevention of domestic violence and sexual assault among Alaska Native people

Substance Misuse Prevention

Working with Tribes to prevent substance misuse

Suicide Prevention

Promoting suicide awareness and providing powerful education and prevention services for Alaska Native communities