ANJC provides services and tools to those returning to the community after incarceration in order to successfully rebuild their lives. Working in collaboration with the Department of Corrections, reentry service providers, and other stakeholders, this initiative helps to ensure each individual receives the necessary tools to successfully transition back to the community upon release.
Participants gain support through comprehensive case management, peer-driven support groups, behavioral cognitive therapy, and additional linkages for housing, employment, education, substance abuse, behavioral health, and medical health care.
Advocacy for Victims and Survivors
ANJC provides assistance to those who require help in navigating the legal system.
Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Human Trafficking, Dating Violence and Stalking
ANJC offers culturally sensitive services for victims and survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, stalking and dating violence; legal representation may be available to eligible participants.
Victims of Crime
ANJC offers services to victims of crime and their families
ANJC provides services to Elders who have been financially exploited or are a victim of neglect or another crime. We also assist Native elders with culturally competent and holistic end of life planning.
ANJC’s serves youth with both youth reentry services and youth preventative services. ANJC provides mentoring, coaching, and advocacy for youth who need assistance navigating the criminal justice system. We also place significant focus on prevention and advocacy.
ANJC’s Youth efforts begin with its partnership with the Alaska Court System with the Color of Justice program which offers active learning opportunities to young people who have aspirations to work in the criminal justice system.