The Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC) promotes justice through culturally based

advocacy, prevention, and intervention services

to restore dignity, respect, and humanity to all Alaska Native people

Lifting Up

ANJC serves as a bridge between Alaska Native people and the justice system. We advocate for justice and work in partnership with community and statewide agencies.

How We Help

We provide a wide range of advocacy, prevention and intervention services.

Ready to Apply?

Learn the steps to receiving our services, and start your application process.

recent Success Stories

Real People, Real Justice: Jamie Klushkan

ANJC fundraiser provides support for victims of violence I should just kill you. Those were the words that followed Jamie Klushkan as she left her …

Voices for Justice: 2021 Year in Review

  Growth in a year of challenge Last year, the Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC) served 7,950 individuals through its programs—an 87 percent increase since …

A Strategy for Success

Losing Angel was the final blow. “That was the worst,” Antonio Arroyo described. “I had five people close to me die in six months, and …

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Community Impact

Advocacy for Victims


individuals received services for domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, dating violence or stalking

Restorative Justice

of our participants were employed after starting our program

Justice Advocacy & Education


tribal ICWA members received training and education


The services we provide to our community are born from our four foundational concepts. 

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