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Our purpose and goal

Our purpose as the H.O.P.E. Coalition is to establish and strengthen collaboration among individuals, organizations, and Tribal and Non-Tribal Governmental agencies operating at the local, regional, state, and national levels. Through this collaborative effort, our goal is to prevent and reduce substance misuse among youth, young adults, and over time, older adults.  We believe this would be achieved by reducing the risk factors in our community which support substance misuse, while increasing protective factors which reduce substance misuse and support positive social norms, attitudes and behaviors. 

Our Partners:

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Sitka Police Department

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Sitka Public Health

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Harry Race & White's Pharmacies

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SEARHC

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Youth Advocates of Sitka

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Alaska Wellness Coalition

Blatchley Middle School

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Sea Mart

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Hames Center

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Sitka Tribe of Alaska

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AC Lakeside

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St. Peter's by the Sea Episcopal Church

Sitka High School

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Alaska Wellness Coalition

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Evalu Logic

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Daily Sitka Sentinel

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Sitka Health Summit Coalition

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Northstar TV

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UAS-Sitka

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Sitka Public Library

Interested in joining us?

The H.0.P.E. Coalition meets the second Thursday of each month from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm. To join our virtual meetings, click on the button below and enter the password: HOPE (Case sensitive).

For more information contact Loyd Platson at 907-747-3636 x226 or click on the link to email: hopeco@scpsak.org

Social Justice and Racial Healing Library

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CHECK THIS OUT!

The Social Justice and Racial Equity Library

Contact Lakota Harden at 747-3636 to check out a book. 

Social Justice Library

This months pick

Historical trauma and racial inequity negatively affect the health and well-being of many people across the United States as well as here in Sitka. In an effort to help address this, Sitka Counseling/HOPE Coalition has developed a “lending library” of books, articles, and other materials that can be checked out by community members. See a book you're interested in checking out? Contact Lakota Harden at lharden@scpsak.org.

If you or someone you know is experiencing symptoms related to mental health or substance use, please allow Sitka Counseling to assist in your wellness.