Resource and Information Directory on Child Abuse in the
State of Alaska
This website is currently being updated with new information to
prepare for the April 2013 educational campaign across the
state. All new information is marked with a green
"updated" sign. Thank you to all the folks who have sent
in updated information. 1/11/13
Please wear a ribbon or display a "Mint Green Ribbon" sticker to show your support of putting an end to child abuse!
Since 1998 RID has provided
educational pamphlets during April during Child Abuse Prevention
Month. We have reached tens of thousands of folks across
our state from Ketchikan to Unalaska to Barrow and points in
between. Help us continue to provide folks with
information about child abuse, prevention and resources.
Resources for people who need to learn more about child abuse,
people who want to prevent child abuse and providing resources
for people who are dealing with the effects of child abuse can find
information and help here. This site is maintained by Alaskans
Want to find out
about your area's resources? Go to Local Services and
click on the link for your area.
Want to help keep this grass roots educational campaign going and
help fight child abuse in Alaska? Alaska has one of the highest
child abuse rates in the nation! Send donations to: RID Alaska
of Child Abuse, PO Box 35595, Juneau, Alaska
99803. Find our statement of
purpose under "About Us".
Volunteer for our Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention Campaign.Child abuse affects not only the victim, but our society as a whole. Child abuse is promoted by silence and ignorance. Help us educate people across this great state about child abuse and help to build healthy Alaskan kids.
What is Child Abuse?
For victims information is power.
Public Information includes
|Unalaska||Valdez and Copper River Basin||Wrangell|
|Information not updated in 2010
Other State-wide and National Resources
By having services listed it is easier for victims/survivors and their families to find the help that they need.
Alaskan Statistics on Child Sexual Abuse.
Alaska's Sexual Abuse Laws.
Child Safety Tips on the Internet.
The stories from victims will help others to know that they are not alone.
Get your information on our Resource & Information Directory, making it easier for victims/survivors and their families to find the help they need.
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