2020 presented both the need and the opportunity to be fearless. During this time, we sought clarity over certainty, centering on our “why” in a year that tested us.
Each one of VOA Alaska’s behavioral health services compliments the other, allowing personalized care for every youth that walks through our door. But what exactly does behavioral health mean?
Meet Bailey and Jared, who together pair mental health and substance use counseling to guide teens towards recovery and well-being.
Gabriel’s teachers were noticing worrying changes in his behavior. Here’s how a VOA Alaska school-based clinician was able to help him, even through the midst of a pandemic.
As schools reopen, many parents might find their children’s behaviors changed. Parents can help their students by creating a plan with their child and the school. Here are a few tips…
Chelsie Williams, Lead Mental Health Clinician at ARCH, offers encouragement for parents who my be seeing changes in their teens behavior and shares how VOA Alaska is helping Alaska’s youth struggling with substance misuse.
Coping WITH Youth – Stefanie Goggins, Lead of Integrated Services at VOA Alaska shares tips on how to help your child cope through these challenging times, how to have meaningful conversations with them, what signs to look for, and how VOA Alaska can help you and your family.
The seasons are changing once again, but as we have for the last 40 years, VOA Alaska is here to help our community weather the