One state, one community
As far as we’re concerned, Alaska is the best place on the planet. Unfortunately, Alaska is also exceptional when it comes to violence. We have some of the highest rates in the nation. It’s time to do something about that. As members of the world’s biggest small town, we have a responsibility to each other. Every Alaskan deserves to be safe.
Enter Green Dot Alaska
The Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (CDVSA) and Green Dot, etc., Inc., the developer and training director of Green Dot, are working with Alaskans to create an Alaska-specific curriculum and implementation strategy. Over the next three years, Green Dot will be going live in five communities across Alaska: Anchorage, Bethel, Homer, Kenai, and Prince of Wales.
Sustainability for our future
In addition to implementing the strategy, community residents at these sites have the opportunity to become part of an Alaska-based training bureau for Green Dot. Trainers will be available to travel to communities across Alaska to help residents implement Green Dot. The goal is for the Green Dot Alaska program to become self-sustaining and available for implementation across the state.