ESTABLISHED STATE PREVENTION FUNDING
By June 30, 2022, the sustained funding of DV/TDV/ SV primary prevention strategies will be coordinated by Alaska State funding mechanisms (e.g., CDVSA, ANDVSA, DHSS, DBH, DEED).
ESTABLISHED COORDINATION AND COLLABORATION
By June 30, 2019, ANDVSA and Pathways partners will work from a coordinated plan to support prevention strategies that are being implemented across Alaska.
By June 30, 2021, Pathways will utilize a list of common statewide indicators to measure the impact of each goal area/pathway.
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE FOR PRIMARY PREVENTION
By June 30, 2021, there are sustained technical assistance resources to support the implementation of DV/TDV/SV primary prevention programming throughout Alaska.
COMPREHENSIVE PREVENTION PROGRAMMING
By June 30, 2024, 51% of community-based organizations who have accessed statewide technical assistance will have improved the comprehensiveness of their prevention programming.