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National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence, Juneau thanks for helps in promoting awareness

...Johnson; Lilly Killbear; Heather Schimanski; David Wilson; Markus Bressler and Kara Nelson.The National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence, Juneau
Nonprofits get $1M from Hope Fund

...Association for the Education of Young Children, National Alliance for Mental Health, REACH, National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence and Juneau Police Department.This round of grant endowments is part of a $40 million donation from...
City leaders question transit plan change

...Juneau is the fastest aging community in the state, according to Matt Felix, a researcher for the National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence."Elderly people have a lot of needs, and as our aging population grows, it's going to impact...
Mental Health Board and advisory panel meets in Juneau

...Support Consortium, Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority, Alaska Housing Finance Corporation and the National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence. To view the full agenda, please go to or call 465-8920 more...
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My Turn: Senior citizens are vital to Alaska's future

...there. In addition, seniors are just great people to have around. Matt Felix is director of the National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence in Juneau.
Thank you

...messages will have a profound and positive impact on the youth that witness them. Ruth Simpson, CAC II National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence Juneau
Seat belts are working, state says

The statistics that cross Don Smith's desk in a corner of the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities headquarters on Channel Drive might seem abstract, but a box filled with twisted metal and chunks of plastic he keeps nearby keep them in perspective.
Learning under the influence

It's not too often the University of Alaska Southeast allows students to drink alcohol on campus.
Juneau Empire Story Archive

Housing First is offering an hour-long education session on a new home loan program it is offering for low-income Juneau residents from noon to 1 p.m. March 8 at the Gruening Park activity room, 1800 Northwood St. The session is free and pre-registration is not required.
Juneau Empire Story Archive

My heart certainly goes out to Cindy Cashen in the tragic death of her father. She deserves the utmost respect for turning the unquestionable evil that took place that awful day into a motivator for change in our community. The drunk driver is a menace to society. The long history of M.A.D.D.


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