Healthy Teen Relationships

Healthy Teen Relationships

Supporting Alaska Native Youth

Respect for both oneself and others is a key characteristic of healthy youth relationships. In contrast, in unhealthy relationships, one partner tries to  exert control and power over the other physically, sexually, and/or emotionally.

December 16 & 17, 2020

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Healthy Relationships Plus Program (Workshop)

December 16 & 17, 2020

About the workshop


This training will focus on a brief overview of utilizing the Healthy Relationships Plus Program (HRPP) curriculum to provide education to youth and young adults on the prevention of violence through the promotion of positive, healthy relationships. HRPP is aimed for facilitation of small groups (6-25 youth) and has been enhanced to include a strengthened focus on mental health and suicide prevention, and drug and alcohol use. The training will cover background on the curriculum, topical overview,  various facilitation strategies to engage youth in the curriculum lessons and open discussion for questions on facilitation, cultural adaptions and more.


The ultimate goal of this training is to assist in the preparing participants to feel more confident in the facilitation of the HRPP curriculum content and offer the opportunity to ask questions on facilitation of peer and dating violence, healthy relationships, mental health and substance use with youth.

Please RSVP by November 23, 2020

Teen Safety

Resources – Helping Young Alaskans Succeed

What is Teen Safety Card


The safety card and its poster, with card pockets, are for teens.  Created in partnership with Alaska teens.  The getting together teen safety card reads like a magazine quiz.  Assess relationships for healthy and abusive behavior, and learn how to help a friend. 

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Alaska LGBT or Questioning

Resources – Helping Young Alaskans Succeed

What is LGBT?

LGBTQ is an acronym for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer/Questioning and is part of a big thing called sexuality and gender. You may have heard these terms before or know someone who may identify as LGBTQ.  Two same-gender people loving one another romantically or someone who is a different gender than what they were given at birth are not new concepts.  Many Alaska Native and other Native cultures have stories or traditional roles or words in their Native language that describe people who were LGBTQ and Native.  (Source:  I Know Mine)

I Know Mine

The mission of iknowmine is to provide truthful and accurate information that youth can trust in order for them to be in control of their own health. iknowmine is a program run by the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium to help support Alaska Native youth and Alaskan youth to live healthy lives. Take a look around, we have cover topics such as STDs, pregnancy, nutrition, Am I Gay?, dating violence, and much more. You can ask confidential questions about sex, health, and more. 

Identity Alaska

Identity is a statewide LGBT organization founded in 1977 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and based in Anchorage, Alaska.

OUR VISION:  Identity envisions a world where all people are free to express and be proud of their gender identity and sexual orientation.

Call:  (907) 929-4528

Safety Hotlines - Crisis Support

Resources – Helping Young Alaskans Succeed


Alaska 2-1-1  is your one-stop resource for finding help in your community.  It’s free, confidential and available in almost any language.  For life challenges or everyday needs, help starts here. 

Careline Alaska is free and confidential. We treat callers with respect and listen without judgment.


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This project was supported by Award No. 2016-TY-FX-K001 awarded to the Rural Community Action Program Alaska Native Youth Training and Technical Assistance Project, by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of Justice Programs.

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