Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority Funding

[image title=”Access Logo with tag line” size=”full” id=”456″ align=”left” linkto=”” ]The Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority recently approved a grant of nearly $60,000 to support our research. Because we are all volunteers and not a part of any organization, Access Alaska graciously agreed to manage the funds. This grant will support the development of the patient database, archival support, and research related travel. Thanks to all who made this possible, and especially Doug Toelle, our Access Alaska project manager and friend.

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  1. Paul K. Berg
    Posted November 13, 2019 at 9:31 am | Permalink

    I am working on a book project about Alaska history. Morningside Hospital is an under reported part of Alaska’s past. Do you have any information about the number of Native people sent to the hospital? Is there any story, account, voice of a Native person or family which was associated with Morningside? Any information will be appreciated.

    thank you

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