SAFETY ALERT: If you are in a crisis or need immediate help. Call 911 or CLICK HERE FOR THE 24 HOUR HOTLINE NUMBER in your area. Learn more technology safety tips.

masaj maurers sohbet fx15 elektronik sigara lida

Prevention Services
  • A A A
  • Lori Grassgreen, Director, Prevention ProjectsPrevention Inquiries, Community Prevention Planning, and Technical Assistance, Evaluation, Pathways Prevention907-586-6564 | lgrassgreen@andvsa.org

    Kami Moore, Project Coordinator

    Engaging Men, School-based Prevention, Sexual Assault and Consent Awareness
    907-586-6563 | kmoore@andvsa.org

    Jonathan Barnes, AmeriCorps VISTA

    Male Engagement

    907-586-6551 | jbarnes@andvsa.org

    Christine Gerlock, ANDVSA AmeriCorps VISTA Leader

    907-586-6567 | cgerlock@andvsa.org

    Claudia Plesa, AmeriCorps VISTA Member

    Youth Engagement, Youth Media, Parent Engagement

    907-586-6566 | cplesa@andvsa.org

    ANDVSA Prevention Staff Roles:

    • ANDVSA brings together and supports ANDVSA DV/SA member program prevention staff.
    • ANDVSA convenes the statewide Pathways to Prevention Steering Committee.
    • ANDVSA prevention staff convene or participate in state level prevention subcommittees for: School-based Prevention; Evaluation; Fourth R and Fourth R evaluation; Stand Up Speak Up; Lead On; Youth Engagement; Prevention Data; Barriers to Health and Safety; Prevention Training and Infrastructure; Prevention Communications;  and Alaska Men Choose Respect.
    • ANDVSA awards funds to eligible programs for DELTA, OVW Engaging Men, VISTA and other grants.
    • ANDVSA provides competitive mini-grants for youth-led and male engagement DV/SA prevention projects.
    • ANDVSA hosts a drop-box and resource cache of prevention and evaluation materials.

    Prevention Training, Technical Assistance, and Resources

    ANDVSA provides training and technical assistance including:

    • Monthly web-conferences connecting prevention staff across the state to discuss relevant topics.
    • Monthly web-conferences on barriers to health and safety and root causes of violence.
    • Support for community readiness and needs and resource assessments.
    • Telephonic and in-person strategizing (or facilitation) for community prevention planning.
    • Tools and in-person training for community prevention capacity (including document development).
    • Evaluation planning and support.
    • Training for teachers and member program staff on the Fourth R.

    How can you support the Prevention Project?

    1. Consider how to enhance primary prevention efforts within your agency and communities.
    2. Use a strengths-based approach to focus on protective factors for health and safety.
    3. With community partners, develop a shared vision and action plan for promoting health and safety.
    4. Connect your staff, partners, and youth to state and local prevention efforts, trainings, and updates.
    5. Co-ordinate and commit financial or human resources to state-level or local prevention projects.

    Staff Links

    WordPress Login
    ANDVSA Member Login
    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