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Stand Up Speak Up

ANDVSA’s Stand Up Speak Up campaign has been re-imagined! Click here to visit the new website, watch new PSAs, download resources including healthy relationship cards, and learn more about the projects Alaskan youth are doing to change their communities.…

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Lead On! 2014

Applications for Lead On! 2014, our annual youth leadership mini-summit are here! The conference will be held in Anchorage from November 1-3. Scholarships are available. Click here to learn more and to view the application.…

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AMCR Mini Grant

To apply for the Alaska Men Choose Respect Mini-Grant click here. The application deadline is FRIDAY September 19, 2014. Contact Kami at kmoore@andvsa.org with questions. To see examples of AMCR projects, click here.…

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Online DV/SA Course

ANDVSA and UAS’ online course, Understanding Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault, begins October 1st. To learn more, please click here.

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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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ECHP Housing

Alaska, once again, leads the way in designing a best practices transitional housing program for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault!  See the overview of the Empowering Choice Housing Program

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Upcoming Events

Sep
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2:00 pm Webinar: Alaska National Guard a...
Webinar: Alaska National Guard a...
Sep 30 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Alaska National Guard and DV/SA: What You Should Know Date: Tuesday, September 30 Time: 2-3:30pm Presenter: Octavia Thompson, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator for the Alaska National Guard This webinar is open to ANDVSA member and affiliate programs only. Please contact Ariel Herman, aherman@andvsa.org for registration information.
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2:00 pm Webinar: Safety Planning in Rura...
Webinar: Safety Planning in Rura...
Oct 7 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Contact Ariel Herman to Register for this webinar. Webinar Description: A panel of presenters will discuss challenges and strengths of the unique tasks of safety planning with victims/survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in rural Alaska. The panelists are experts on this topic from around the state: Violet Charles, Executive Director of the Bering Sea Women’s Group in Nome; Mandy O’Neal Cole, Direct Services Manager at AWARE in Juneau; and Michelle DeWitt, former executive director of the Tundra Women’s[...]

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Compass Flyer DEC 2014 2_Page_1ANDVSA has created a new resource called COMPASS: A Guide for Men.  The next mentor training on how to use this resource will be from December 2-4th. To access an application for the mentor training, please click here. If you are interested in learning about upcoming trainings for this new resource, please contact amcr@andvsa.org

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Great news from the IRS and the Treasury Department today whom have just announced new guidance that exempts domestic violence victims from the requirement that married couples must file their taxes jointly in order to receive the premium tax credit under the Affordable Care Act. This means that domestic violence victims, whether married or unmarried, may file their taxes separately and will still be eligible to receive a tax credit to help pay for their premiums under the ACA.

Also, because of this change, the Department of Health and Human Services has created a special enrollment period for domestic violence victims who previously assumed or were informed that the tax credits were unavailable to them if they were married and not filing a joint tax return. Victims of domestic violence who are married and filing separately can now enroll in health coverage until May 31, 2014.  The following link provide a factsheet developed by NNEDV that helps explain these changes and other options for victims.

For more news about issues around domestic violence and sexual assault, please visit our News Now! section.…

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Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
130 Seward St., Suite 214
Juneau, Alaska 99801
andvsa@andvsa.org
(907) 586-3650