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Pathways Statewide Prevention
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  • Pathways Statewide Steering Committee:

    Seven goals of the Pathways Statewide Prevention Plan

    In 2003, Alaska joined a national effort when the Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault entered into a Cooperative Agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to build capacity to prevent domestic violence throughout the state. The Cooperative Agreement, led to the development of the Pathways Statewide Steering Committee. Since that time, Pathways members from diverse professions, regions, cultures and experiences have worked to develop, support, coordinate and evaluate the Prevention Plan, each year the plan is updated and updates can be viewed here: Pathways to Prevention Plan, 2014.

    By working together on the seven goals put forward in this plan, we can achieve our vision to end domestic and teen dating violence in Alaska. For information about the Pathways Statewide Steering Committee, contact lgrassgreen@andvsa.org.

    For companion coordinated state government efforts please contact Ann Rausch at the Department of Public Safety, Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault ann.rausch@alaska.gov.

    Prevention is a collaborative effort. The following is a list of contacts for various prevention work prioritized under the Pathways plan:

    Pathways Steering Committee Role:

    The role of the Pathways Steering Committee is to collaborate on the effective implementation and evaluation of the statewide Pathways to Preventing Domestic Violence plan. This is done by:

    • Working together to create a supportive environment for primary prevention
    • Identifying potential collaboration opportunities to move primary prevention forward
    • Reviewing and monitoring progress of the statewide plan
    • Developing annual priorities for statewide prevention
    • Acting as a resource for Pathways through constituent groups
    • Participating in scheduled statewide steering committee meetings and prevention sub-committees

    Pathways Statewide Steering Committee Members:

    • Peggy Brown and Lori Grassgreen, Alaska Network On Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault
    • Ann Rausch, Alaska Department of Public Safety, Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
    • Jayne Andreen, Alaska Department Of Health & Social Services Division Of Public Health: Chronic Disease Prevention And Health Promotion & Alaska Family Violence Prevention Project
    • Mollie Rosier, Alaska Department Of Health & Social Services Division Of Public Health: Women’s, Children’s & Family Health
    • Dr. Linda Chamberlain and Jo Gottschalk, Alaska Family Violence Prevention Project
    • Patty Owen, Alaska Department of Education and Early Development
    • Larry Roberts, UAF Associate Prof of Justice, Emeritus; Ursa Major Education & Consulting Services (owner)
    • Timi Tullis, Association Of Alaska School Boards
    • Rachel Muir, Public Health Nursing, Dillingham
    • Gretchen Clarke, Clarke Consulting, Sitka
    • Melissa Kemberling, Mat-Su Health Foundation
    • Naomi Michalsen, Women In Safe Homes, Ketchikan
    • Pete Hoepfner, Fisherman/Parent, Cordova
    • Denise Morris, SouthCentral Foundation
    • Anna Frank, Minister/Elder, Fairbanks
    • Liz Sunnyboy, Counselor/Elder, Anchorage
    • Virgene Hanna, University Of Alaska Anchorage- Institute Of Social And Economic Research
    • Evaluation Support is provided by Strategic Prevention Solutions Ltd

    For more information on membership to the Pathways Statewide Steering Committee contact lgrassgreen@andvsa.org

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    ANDVSA's members are the 18 domestic violence and sexual assault victim service agencies within Alaska. If you have forgotten your password, please contact the Juneau office.

    Contact Information

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