ANJC relaunches website
On May 5, 2021, the Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC) celebrated its 28th year of providing advocacy, prevention, and intervention services for Alaska Native people and others. The organization marked a second milestone that same week, launching a completely redesigned website aimed at making its programs and services more accessible to Alaskans with justice-related needs.
“In the first weeks after our soft launch, we immediately started getting new web-based applications for our advocacy programs—all of it organic,” said ANJC Senior Director of Operations Tammy Ashley. “The amount of traffic we’ve already seen is mind-blowing. It tells us that there are many people looking for justice support.”
Now, individuals seeking justice service can go to anjc.org to easily access an array of justice-related programs, from advocacy for victims of domestic violence, to services for Elders and youth, to representation for Tribes involved in Indian Child Welfare Act cases. ANJC also offers adult and youth reentry services, as well as youth development programming.
Thanks to funding from the Rasmuson Foundation, the website redesign was a two-year collaboration with Clutch Media.
The new website emphasizes easy connection to ANJC services and confidentiality. There is a “quick exit” button on every page of the website that allows visitors to quickly navigate away from anjc.org in order to maintain their privacy.
The website also features a calendar of ANJC events, social media feeds, social justice updates, and a web-based application for services.
Another priority Tammy had for the redesign was to be culturally relevant, yet user-friendly. The site features candid photos of Alaska Native people and others in the community who might seek ANJC’s services.
In other words, ANJC is here for all Alaskans—and it’s easier than ever to connect to ANJC programs.
Visit the newly redesigned ANJC website today.