Alaska Native Justice Center
General Contact Information
Who We Are
The Alaska Native Justice Center's Legal Assistance Program to Alaska Native Victims of Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault provides assistance to those who have been physically, emotionally or sexually abused by their partner with civil legal family law issues.
For more information or to complete an intake form, contact the ANJC office.
Victims & Survivors
We provide help navigating systems, intensive case management, referrals to services and community resources. Our services are culturally sensitive. Legal representation may be available to eligible participants. We offer services for victims and survivors of:
- Domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and dating violence
- Human trafficking
- Other crimes
- Adult Reentry: ANJC provides services and tools to those returning to the community after incarceration in order to successfully rebuild their lives.
- Youth Reentry: ANJC assists youth who are, or have been, involved in the juvenile justice system. ANJC provides support to youth in their transition into adulthood by developing self-awareness, maintaining motivation and modeling healthy relationships.
- Crimes Against Elders: ANJC assists Elders who are vulnerable to and are victims or survivors of financial exploitation, neglect, or other crimes
- Youth Development: ANJC Youth Advocates provide case management for youth and their families who are in need of cultural, educational, social and economic support.
- Color of Justice: The Color of Justice is a two-day program for youth in high school who are interested in careers in the justice field.
- Clinics for Family Justice: “Pro se” is a term used for people who are advocating for themselves in court, without the representation of a lawyer. ANJC’s pro se legal clinics help people understand and navigate the legal system.
- ICWA (Indian Child Welfare Act): We represent Tribes in Alaska State Court ICWA cases being heard within the Southcentral region. We provide training and support for Tribal ICWA Workers.
- Tribal Justice Support: ANJC supports Alaska Tribes with developing and improving their Tribal justice systems to better serve and protect their communities.
Who We Serve
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Type of Help
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