Resources


Your safety is our first concern. If you are a victim of violence and need someone to listen or to access help, the resources listed below will provide a good start.

Remember your actions can be traced when you are on a computer, please be careful if safety is an issue.


National Domestic Violence Hotline: At the National Domestic Violence Hotline, we believe that every caller deserves to be treated with dignity and respect. We believe that every family deserves to live in a world free from violence. We believe that safe homes and safe families are the foundation of a safe society.


The Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault: is a non-profit, membership corporation composed of 21 programs statewide that provide services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, offender services, and adult crisis intervention services. The purposes of the Network are to promote linkage and communication between the programs, facilitate information sharing, secure funding in a cooperative and non-competitive manner, and to expose the roots of violence against women and children in this culture. 907-586-3650


Victim of Crimes Compensation Board: The Violent Crimes Compensation Board (VCCB) was established in 1971 by the Alaskan Legislature to help bring financial relief to innocent victims of violent crimes in Alaska. If you have been the innocent victim of a violent crime, we may be able to help. 1-800-764-3040


Alaska Legal Services: Alaska Legal Services Corporation (ALSC) is a private, nonprofit law firm that provides free civil legal assistance to low-income Alaskans. Alaska State Troopers: The Division of Alaska State Troopers (AST) is charged with statewide law enforcement, prevention of crime, pursuit and apprehension of offenders, service of civil and criminal process, prisoner transportation, central communications, and search and rescue.


Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault agencies in Alaska: There are agencies and shelters throughout Alaska that provide emergency and long term shelter for victims of violence. Alaska Law Help: Helping Alaskans find answers to their legal problems, Alaska Law Help is a project of Alaska Legal Services Corporation in collaboration with community partners and advocacy groups, Pro Bono Net, and the Legal Services Corporation. They can be reached at 212-760-2554.


RAINN: The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network is the nation's largest anti-sexual assault organization. RAINN operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline and carries out programs to prevent sexual assault, help victims and ensure that rapists are brought to justice. 1.800.656.HOPE


Elder Safety: Adult Protective Services helps to prevent or stop harm from occurring to vulnerable adults.


Love is Respect: The online home of the National Teen Dating Abuse Helpline. We're a community where you can find support and information to understand dating abuse. You can talk one-on-one with a trained advocate 24/7 who can offer support and connect you to resources. 1-866-331-9474


Stand Up, Speak Up Alaska: Stand Up, Speak Up Alaska is a web site dedicated to helping teens get more information about respect and relationships. It helps connect Alaska teens with others that are interested in being leaders, respectful relationships and ending violence.


Men Can Stop Rape: Men Can Stop Rape mobilizes male youth to prevent men's violence against women. We build young men's capacity to challenge harmful aspects of traditional masculinity, to value alternative visions of male strength, and to embrace their vital role as allies with women and girls in fostering healthy relationships and gender equity.

Alaska Sex Offender Registry: In 2006, the Alaska legislature directed the Department to provide the public information about accessing or compiling sex offender and child kidnapper information from this website in relation to a particular geographic area. This information may include directions to Internet mapping programs and websites where information from this registry has been converted to a map or geographical format.

FAS Community Resource Center: The FAS Community Resource Center comprises two communities: A local community in Tucson, Arizona and a virtual Internet community that reaches beyond Tucson across Arizona, all over the United States, and around the world. For a snapshot of Internet activit for this web site, read the Internet Web Site Report. Child Abuse & Neglect: Resources about child maltreatment, including definitions, signs and symptoms, statistics and prevalence, types of child abuse and neglect, risk and protective factors, the impact on individuals and society, and child fatalities.

Child Maltreatment: The National Association of Counsel for Children (NACC) is a non-profit child advocacy and professional membership association dedicated to representation and protection of children in the legal system.

Online Predators: While most of these "Internet friends" turn out to be another teen or preteen, that's not always the case. Unfortunately, children are now dying at the hands of their Internet child molesters and, not all sexual exploitation of children occurs offline.

Maze of Injustice: The Failure to protect indigenous women from sexual assault in the USA A 2007 report from Amnesty Internation. With your help we can make a difference. Please join Native American and Alaska Native women to bring attention to this very serious issue and support the work of the many Native organizations and activists who have been at the forefront of efforts to protect and respect the rights of women.

La Leche League: in Bristol Bay This local group was organized to support the efforts of mothers who choose to breastfeed their babies. They offer classes and educational information regarding babies health and nutritional needs.

Child Internet Predators: Internet predators are looking for kids online and your kids are no match for these deviants. Here are tips to protect you and your children from Internet predators.

Victim Law: A user-friendly database of victims’ rights laws.



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