2-1-1, dialing 211 will connect callers to free information about critical health and human services available in the community.

Alaska Alliance for Direct Service Careers (AADSC), a resource for both employers and job seekers. We are working to improve the quality of direct services by coordinating resources among agencies, providers and organizations.

Alaska CACHE, a clearinghouse for Alaska's Continuing Health Education - Alaska CACHE is supported by Alaska's AHEC program (see below). AHEC staff are available for technical assistance and support. For personal training, contact the Alaska Center for Rural Health and Health Workforce, Alaska's AHEC at: 907-786-6589 or email

Alaska Center for Rural Health, Alaska's AHEC, exists to help strengthen systems to deliver comprehensive and culturally relevant health care to rural Alaska. It serves all aspects of Alaska's rural health system: Native and non-Native, physical and behavioral, within all disciplines as they struggle to address our state's health delivery challenges. AHEC is focused on strengthening Alaska's health workforce in three distinct areas: (1) encouraging youth and people from disadvantaged backgrounds to enter health careers, (2) coordinating clinical rotations to encourage health-profession students to secure and retain employment in areas with underserved populations, and (3) providing continuing education in underserved areas, with the goal of retaining health care workers.

Alaska Careline, a statewide 24/7 crisis line. Now available on iPhone and Galaxy devices.

Alaska Commission on Behavioral Health Certification (ADBHC), an entity that certifies counselors within the state of Alaska in the fields of behavioral health and addiction.

Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, Senior and Disabilities Services, find information pertaining to home and community-based waivered services, regulation changes, and the latest information on the move to the new waivers -1915i and 1915c.

Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, a state corporation that administers the Alaska Mental Health Trust, a perpetual trust, to improve the lives of beneficiaries. The Trust operates much like a private foundation, using its resources to ensure that Alaska has a comprehensive integrated mental health program.

Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC), a non-profit Tribal health organization designed to meet the unique health needs of Alaska Native and American Indian people living in Alaska.

ANTHC's Behavioral Health department works with tribal health organizations throughout the state to help build stronger Alaskans and healthier communities.

Core Comp Resources

Mental Health First Aid, a training course that gives you the skills you need to reach out and provide initial help and support to someone who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem or experience a crisis. For more information:

NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.

Suicide Prevention Resources in Alaska, information and links to help you be part of the solution.

YOU ARE NOT ALONE, a youth led suicide prevention training and outreach program whose goal is to empower youth to appropriately care for and educate each other about suicide prevention with a focus on early intervention and creating hope through positive action. is dedicated to connecting patients, students and professionals to the latest and most useful healthcare information and resources available. Information specific to Alaska is available covering topics including Scholarships, Fellowships, Internships and Alaska Public Health Organizations.

Alaska Core Competencies for Direct Care Workers in Health and Human Services