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Your donations support a variety of ANDVSA programs, but from now until May 31st, all donations will support our youth leadership conference, Lead On! Click here to donate today.…

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2016 Annual Report

Wonder what we were up to in 2016? Check out our Annual Report for a recap! Now available on our website…

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Each month we spotlight one of our many dedicated volunteer attorneys. Thank you Kristin Farleigh, March 2017!…

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Statewide Resources

This webpage has over 150 resources and victim service providers listed for Alaskans. Click here to search for resources in your area.

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Online DV/SA Course

ANDVSA and UAS’ online course, Understanding Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, begins April 5th. To learn more, please click here.

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TNTO AK

Talk Now Talk Often AK is a statewide effort developed by ANDVSA with parents and caregivers to help increase conversations with teens around healthy relationships.

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Upcoming Events

Mar
30
Thu
5:00 pm AWARE Advocacy Training @ Mendenhall Valley Library
AWARE Advocacy Training @ Mendenhall Valley Library
Mar 30 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
PART ONE:  Learning the Systematic Roots of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault In part one of our training, open to everyone in the community, participants will leave with a firm understanding of the dynamics and prevalence of domestic violence and sexual assault in our communities, and the importance of community coordination in addressing domestic and sexual violence. Thursday March 30th (3 hours) 5:00-8:00         Sexual Assault and Rape Culture
Apr
1
Sat
10:00 am AWARE Advocacy Training @ Mendenhall Valley Library
AWARE Advocacy Training @ Mendenhall Valley Library
Apr 1 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
PART ONE:  Learning the Systematic Roots of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault In part one of our training, open to everyone in the community, participants will leave with a firm understanding of the dynamics and prevalence of domestic violence and sexual assault in our communities, and the importance of community coordination in addressing domestic and sexual violence. Saturday April 1st (8 hours) 10-11:30          Boundaries 11:30-12          Lunch 12-3                Cultural Humility 3-5                   Oppression 5-6pm              Advocacy 101  
Apr
2
Sun
12:00 pm AWARE Advocacy Training @ Mendenhall Valley Library
AWARE Advocacy Training @ Mendenhall Valley Library
Apr 2 @ 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm
PART ONE:  Learning the Systematic Roots of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault In part one of our training, open to everyone in the community, participants will leave with a firm understanding of the dynamics and prevalence of domestic violence and sexual assault in our communities, and the importance of community coordination in addressing domestic and sexual violence. Sunday April 2nd  (5 hours) 12:00-2:30       Trauma, substance abuse, brain effects 2:30-4:00         Trauma and Children 4:00- 5:00        Wrap up and SOLUTIONS  
Apr
10
Mon
5:30 pm AWARE Advocacy Training @ AWARE Shelter Conference Room
AWARE Advocacy Training @ AWARE Shelter Conference Room
Apr 10 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
  PART TWO: What AWARE Does and How to Be an Advocate Part two, which is offered to employees, volunteer or potential volunteers, is an overview of AWARE’s intervention and prevention services. Participants will also understand AWARE’s mission, philosophy, and values. Upon completion, participants will have concrete skills to support the ongoing process of advocacy through communication and systems advocacy. Monday April 10th (3 hours) What AWARE Does 5:30-6:00         Tour of Facility 6:00-6:30         Adult Groups 6:30-7:00         Kaasei 7:00-8:30         JCAP
Apr
13
Thu
5:30 pm AWARE Advocacy Training @ AWARE Shelter Conference Room
AWARE Advocacy Training @ AWARE Shelter Conference Room
Apr 13 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
  PART TWO: What AWARE Does and How to Be an Advocate Part two, which is offered to employees, volunteer or potential volunteers, is an overview of AWARE’s intervention and prevention services. Participants will also understand AWARE’s mission, philosophy, and values. Upon completion, participants will have concrete skills to support the ongoing process of advocacy through communication and systems advocacy. Thursday April 13th (3 hours) What AWARE Does 5:30-7:00         Prevention 7:00-8:30         Community Panel

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