September - Recover Alaska & Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

September Observances

Recover Alaska

September is National Recovery Month, which means Recover Alaska is kicking off a monthlong campaign to celebrate all the amazing Alaskans in recovery.
With COVID-19 pandemic, all activities will look a little different this year (starting with a Virtual Sober Lounge). Check it out at:

Suicide Prevention Awareness Month

In honor of September’s Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, ANTHC is hosting the Bounce Back Photo Contest.

ANTHC invites Alaskans of all ages to share photos, images, or artwork that reflect the individual, family, and community’s sources of strength that build their ability to bounce back and increase resilience.

Trainings & Conferences 2020

Virtual:  September – October

Virtual Events

All trainings and conferences set to online mode.

  • September 1 – PART  1:   Accessing Grants to Strengthen Justice System Capacity Workshop
  • September 2 – PART 2:  Accessing Grants to Strengthen Justice System Capacity Workshop
  • September 10 & September 14 – Presidential Task Force on Missing and Murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives – Virtual Consultations 
  • September 28 – October 2 – 10th Annual Tribal Healing to Wellness Court Enhancement Training
  • And much more…

Funding Opportunites

DOJ & Alaska Funding Opportunities

ALERT:  Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, deadlines are subject to change.


  • 9/15/2020:  Denali Commission Tribal Victims of Crime Funding
  • 9/15/2020:  Alaska Native Artist Fellowship


  • The Department of Justice offers funding opportunities to support law enforcement and public safety activities in state, local, and tribal jurisdictions…


Switch from GMS to JustGrants for AK Grantees: 

  • New Grants and Payment Management Systems Coming October 2020!


AJJAC - Seeking Alaska stakeholder reps 

No deadline

Alaska Stakeholder Reps Needed

Apply anytime

Click below to access full content, supplemental resources, and video recording of AJJAC.

Alaska Census 2020

Now Recruiting!

This website highlights the Census Bureau’s relationship with tribal governments and provides important AI/AN and tribal resources. The Census Bureau collects data for the AI/AN population and publishes specific counts, estimates, and statistics.

Apply anytime

Internships & Jobs

Now Recruiting!

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