The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority is recruiting for the position of Chief Financial Officer to join our dynamic team. The Trust is a publicly-owned trust based in Anchorage with $550 million cash assets managed by the Permanent Fund Corporation and the Alaska Department of Revenue, 1 million acres of land, and other income-producing investments. [ Read more ]
Learn more about the Trust’s key areas of focus and review the Trust’s financial performance. Click on the headline to read it in full: Annual Report 2016
Announcement: The Trust is partnering with the Governor’s Council on Disabilities and Special Education, Alaska Association on Developmental Disabilities, and Senior and Disabilities Services to develop a shared vision to guide systems reform. Please contribute your ideas via Survey Monkey. Click on this link to access the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8SDRHFK Please join our webinar for families [ Read more ]
The Trust is proud to sponsor a new multi-media campaign featuring Alaska health care providers encouraging women not to drink during pregnancy. Learn more about FASD and the importance of choosing not to drink while pregnant. Click here to learn more.
We are currently seeking qualified applicants to join the board of trustees. Interested applicants, can submit their resume to Valette Keller. Deadline is 4:00pm on Wednesday, November 2, 2016. To see the full announcement click on the link, trustee-recruitment-2016. Click on headline to read more.
A major transition occurred today at the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority as Jeff Jessee, longtime chief executive officer for the Trust transitioned to a new role at the Trust in advance of his planned retirement within the next three years. Jeff has served as the CEO of the Trust for the last 21 years, [ Read more ]
Trust Land Office and Mental Health Trust Authority will host community meetings to engage with the residents of Petersburg, Saxman and Ketchikan. At the meetings, community members will have the opportunity to hear from and speak with representatives from both offices and ask questions. Information will be shared on the: • Status of the land [ Read more ]
The Trust awards mini grants with an annual limit of one application of up to $2,500 per beneficiary depending upon need. Mini grants are only awarded to an agency on behalf of an individual. To learn more and/or to apply, click here.
On Wednesday, August 24, 2016, the board of trustees concurred to offer two potential sites for timber sales after January 15, 2017. The two sites are located near Petersburg and Ketchikan. These sites are currently part of a land exchange the Trust is currently pursuing through legislation, Senate bill 3006, also known as the Alaska [ Read more ]
As of July 1, 2016, the Trust will begin to transition the administrative duties of the developmental disabilities (DD) mini grant program. During this transition, it is important to note that applications will not be accepted during July and August 2016. Starting in September, the application process will be web-based. The Trust looks forward to [ Read more ]