State funding for domestic violence services was cut by more than $1 million in 2016. That’s meant less money for victim services, prevention efforts, and campaigns to raise awareness. For the 8th year in a row, Sitkans walked through downtown in the Choose Respect march.
The Sitka Youth Leadership Committee has gotten behind the "Choose Respect" March, which will happen in Sitka this Thursday (Noon, Thu Mar 26, Totem Square to Crescent Shelter). Committee members Justice Lysons, Reba Dundas, and Millie Nanoyk discuss SYLC's mission and growing involvement with "Choose Respect." With the SAFV Shelter's Julia Smith and Martina Kurzer.Downloadable audio.Read More
Dear friends and neighbors, my name is Ellen Daly, and I’m speaking to you today as a member of the Sitka Health Summit Coalition. As Planning Day 2014 approaches, the Summit invites you to consider what community health and wellness means to you.
Students from Mt. Edgecumbe and Sitka High Schools joined community members, Sitka's domestic violence task force, and a contingent of State Troopers, among others, as they marched through downtown on Thursday (3-27-14), as part of the 5th annual "Choose Respect" rally to raise awareness of domestic violence.