• Every story matters. For Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, ANTHC is hosting the Tell Your Heart Story Youth Photo Contest. American Indian and Alaska Native youth up to age 25 are invited to share photos, images and artwork that help tell your story. Enter your photos for a chance to win Visa gift cards!


    Please submit your photos, images or artwork along with a brief description (2-3 sentences) by Sept. 30 at 11:59 p.m.

    These are the places where I feel like I belong.

    This is an activity that makes me feel good.

    This is something that inspires me.

    This is something that gives me hope.

    This is how I express myself creatively.

    This is my reason for living.

    For full contest rules, please visit anthc.org/tyhs

    NOTE: Please do not submit inappropriate or graphic images.

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  • If you or someone you know is in crisis or having thoughts of suicide, please talk to someone you trust, call the Alaska Careline at 1-877-266-4357 or from 3-11 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday text 4help to 839863. We’re here for you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and your calls and texts are free and completely confidential. You can also visit www.carelinealaska.com.

  • Contest photographs will help the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium tell the story of the work our community members do to advance, support and promote the health of the people of Alaska.

    By submitting an entry, you grant Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium (ANTHC) the right to use, edit, and disseminate submissions in print, online, and through other forms of media for educational, public service or health awareness purposes and release ANTHC and its agents and employees from all claims, demands and liabilities whatsoever in connection with the above. The owner of the photograph(s) retain all rights to the photograph(s).

    ANTHC has royalty-free, non-exclusive rights to use the photograph(s) in support of ANTHC’s mission. Select partners may use the photograph(s) as well. However, this doesn’t mean that visitors, users or other people visiting our website or otherwise using ANTHC materials have such rights. In other words, these are not for general public use.