Injury Prevention

Committed to reducing injuries among Alaska Native people

Injury Prevention
(907) 729-3799

The Injury Prevention program, whose goal is to reduce injury morbidity and mortality among Alaska Native people, works with partners and Tribal health organizations to promote safe, healthy living through advocacy, education, training and technical support.

The program’s areas of focus include suicide prevention, drowning prevention, fall prevention, poisoning prevention and transportation safety. The Injury Prevention program works with Tribal health organizations to provide community education and training opportunities and community-focused, evidence-based, collaborative materials and resources.

Safety is a Way of Life
Prevent Falls

Public Service Announcements:
Helmet Safety
Boating Safety
Fall Prevention

Family safety reminders for National Poison Prevention Week
Boating safety tips from ANTHC

Poison Prevention

Poison Prevention
Alaska Poison Control System
Poison Help Hotline: 1-800-222-1222

Alaska Statewide Violence and Injury Prevention Plan (ASVIPP)