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Alaska State Plans

Strengthening the System: Alaska’s Comprehensive Integrated Mental Health Program Plan (2020-2024) - The Alaska Department of Health (DOH), in partnership with the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority (Trust), released this plan which assists with guiding resources to the services, workforce and facilities necessary to meet the needs of Trust beneficiaries. Trust beneficiaries include Alaskans who experience mental illness, developmental and intellectual disabilities, chronic alcoholism and drug dependence, traumatic brain injuries, or Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia.

Messages of Hope: Promoting Wellness to Prevent Suicide in Alaska, 2023-2027 Statewide Suicide Prevention Plan -
The Statewide Suicide Prevention Council calls on all Alaskans to recognize our roles in building resilient individuals and resilient communities so we can act together to prevent suicide.

Pathways to Prevention: Working Together to End Violence 2019 Statewide Plan
This document describes Alaska’s approach, challenges and strengths in violence prevention and a statewide plan to address domestic and sexual violence.

Alaska Statewide Violence and Injury Prevention Plan 2018-2022
This plan identifies various strategies and makes recommendations to help guide the work of Alaskan violence and injury prevention stakeholders.


Alaska Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Strategic Plan 2017-2022
The vision of this plan is the prevalence of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASDs) is reduced and individuals who experience FASDs and their caregivers are empowered to reach their unique and full potential. This will be achieved through education, prevention, and provision of quality, relevant supports and services.

Statewide Opioid Action Plan 2018-2022
This plan was created in response to the Office of the Governor’s February 14, 2017 issue of a disaster declaration for the opioid epidemic and specifies actions for the state to pursue over the next five years.

Alaska State Plan for Senior Services FY 2020- FY 2023
This plan is a roadmap that guides the provision of senior services in Alaska, with a vision that Alaskans 60 and above are able to live healthy, independent, meaningful lives in the place and manner of their choosing.

Healthy Alaskans 2030 – Alaska State Health Improvement Plan
Healthy Alaskans 2030 is the comprehensive health improvement plan aligning public health partners around 15 priority health topics and 30 health objectives. Each objective has an established target to reach by 2030.

Alaska Healthy and Equitable Communities Strategic Plan 2022-2025
This plan focuses on improving access to the conditions and resources that strongly influence health such as good jobs with fair pay, high quality education, safe housing, safe physical and social environments, and quality health care. The plan draws heavily from other plans such as the Comprehensive Integrated Mental Health Program Plan, and Healthy Alaskans 2030. It also builds on Alaska’s experience with the COVID‐19 pandemic, providing focus and implementing strategies alongside community partners to build healthy and equitable communities for all Alaskans.

Alaska Division of Public Health Strategic Plan 2020-2025Alaska Division of Public Health Strategic Plan 2020-2025
The goals of this plan focus on divisions core functions of: serving as a strategist for existing and emerging public health issues; protecting life, health and safety of all Alaskans and prevent injury and chronic disease; serving as the trusted source of public health information; and strengthening essential public health partnerships, services and infrastructure.

Early Childhood Alaska: A strategic Direction for 2020-2025Early Childhood Alaska: A Strategic Direction for 2020-2025
This plan outlines actions and improvements to benefit children and families across the state by 2025 and establishes a Ten-Year North Star Vision for Alaska’s early childhood system. Its three goals focus on children from prenatal through age 8, their families, and their communities. This plan is built on A Needs Assessment of Alaska’s Mixed-Delivery System of Early Childhood Care and Education, which was finalized in December 2019. The assessment compiled and analyzed data about where Alaska’s children live, what their lives are like, and what their families, caregivers, and educators need.

Alaska Child and Family Services Plan 2020-2024Alaska Child & Family Services Plan - 2020-2024
This plan is created by the Office of Children’s Services to provide a structure for administering Child Welfare Services (IV-B, subpart 1), Promoting Safe and Stable Families (IV-B, subpart 2), Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act, Chafee Foster Care Independence and Education and Training Vouchers. The Office of Children’s Services has administrative responsibility for development and implementation of the Child and Family Services Plan, including all policies and procedures relating to child protection services in Alaska.

Alaska Child and Family Services Plan 2020-2024Transforming Child Welfare Outcomes for Alaska Native Children, Strategic Plan 2016-2020
This plan is created by the Office of Children’s Services to provide a structure for administering Child Welfare Services (IV-B, subpart 1), Promoting Safe and Stable Families (IV-B, subpart 2), Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act, Chafee Foster Care Independence and Education and Training Vouchers. The Office of Children’s Services has administrative responsibility for development and implementation of the Child and Family Services Plan, including all policies and procedures relating to child protection services in Alaska.