Julia reflects on the past year and shares how our team came together with a renewed sense of resiliency to face challenges and continue serving Alaska’s youth and families.
After transitioning between camps, cars, and couches, Topanga is celebrating more than one year in her own apartment.
As you consider your goals and resolutions for the new year, we encourage you to make your mental health a priority.
VOA Alaska’s Digital Engagement Manager gathers some of his favorite photos of the year, with a behind-the-scenes look on makes them meaningful.
For National Recovery Month and Suicide Prevention Awareness Month this September, we celebrated the strength and resiliency in all of Alaska’s youth.
Michael Farrell, a Peer Support Specialist, shares his journey through substance misuse and OCD.
A community can’t thrive without being a healthy community first. So how do we do it? Well, it all starts with you.
Being a safe and supportive environment for all youth regardless of identity means that all young Alaskans can always find a safety net of support at VOA Alaska.
In 2017, a community that cares about youth houselessness came together to create our Community Plan to End Youth Homelessness through the Youth Homelessness Demonstration Project.