Partnership and Collaboration

Current Partners. The technical support, training and friendship of people associated with these entities has taken us from a dream to a reality over the past three years.

Businesses and Churches who have donated books, furnishings, in-kind, speaking opportunities and cash donations:

  • Aaron’s
  • Alaska Laborers Local 942
  • Chena Hot Springs Resort
  • Christ Lutheran Church
  • First Presbyterian Church
  • First United Methodist Church
  • Fairbanks Wellness Coalition
  • Lord of Life Lutheran Church
  • Church at North Pole
  • Elk’s Lodge
  • Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival
  • Fairbanks Golden Heart Rotary
  • Great Alaskan Bread Company
  • Love INC of the Tanana Valley
  • Pike’s Waterfront Lodge
  • St. Nicholas Catholic Church
  • State of Alaska Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development
  • Tanana Chiefs Conference Behavioral Health
  • Two Rivers Community Church of the Nazarene
  • UAF Psychology in Action

Founders, Members and Donors who have given time, talent and/or finances to see this dream become a reality:

  • Anthony Paul Greco
  • Barbara Franks
  • Betty Page-Starr
  • Cameron Scott
  • Corlis Taylor
  • Darrel Bourne
  • David and Trish Rumph
  • Enlow and Patricia Walker
  • Janelle Chapin
  • Jazzanne Fretwell
  • Jim and Jane Wisland
  • Kathy Cannone
  • Kathy Halverson
  • Kelli Pelham
  • Jim and Leslie Huffman
  • Traci Marrs
  • Libby Croan
  • Mark Lawson
  • Martha Bourne
  • Michael and Helena Schreder
  • Michael and Linda Setterberg
  • Paul Beals
  • Sarah Smith
  • Vaughn Ewig
  • Mark & Jo Frame
  • Bob Stephens

Future Partners. Something as big as this, however, will need other partners to see it become sustainable. Business leaders, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, churches, foundations, national & state suicide prevention agencies will be approached for financial support.  Research is needed to examine all the issues related to Alaska’s high suicide rate that impacts the community. Fairbanks alone has one to two suicide deaths a month.  The whole community – teams; clubs; mental health; hospitals; schools; churches; artists; universities – must be working from the same script in order to form an “effective safety net” against the needless voluntary taking of life. ARCSP will be an important resource to our community as we link to these strategic partnerships.

Contact Dr. James M. Wisland for more information: info@arcsp.org or 907.987.6829

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