Four years after becoming a subsidiary of CITC, ANJC has never been stronger, thanks to expanded services, new statewide collaborations, and increased staff.
In 2020, despite a pandemic, ANJC staff not only kept programs up and running, but expanded existing programs and started new ones.
Advocacy for Victims
of our participants were assisted with emergent needs, including housing, food, or clothing
individuals received services for domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, dating violence or stalking
additional consultations were provided with referrals and resources in the community
tribal cases involving children were served by our Tribal ICWA Representation Program
tribes were represented in Child in Need of Aid (CINA) cases held in Anchorage
participants served with legal advice and/or legal representation through our Family Law Program
of protective orders taken to trial were granted
participants served with direct services
consultations with referrals and resources in the community
of our participants were employed after starting our program
reduction in recidivism among formerly incarcerated individuals who participated in the program
Social Justice Advocacy & Education
30 tribal ICWA workers received education from ANJC
regional and statewide tribal justice trainings that ANJC presented at
ANJC brings partners together to advocate important issues and affect real change in the systems that adversely affect the people we serve.