Alaska’s justice ecosystem: Building a partnership of providers
This report, prepared by a self-represented litigants’ network in Alaska, outlines a “story map” of Alaska’s civil justice ecosystem. It is written in the context that we know that civil legal issues rarely arise in isolation, but are often affected and complicated by medical and mental health challenges, domestic violence, homelessness, and poverty.
The report describes existing partnerships between legal service providers, medical service providers, social service providers, and other providers. The idea is to better integrate services in order to ensure a “no wrong door” approach, and boost access to justice for all people in Alaska.
|Author:||Kimmel, Mara; Marz, Stacey|
|Title of Work:||Alaska’s justice ecosystem: Building a partnership of providers|
|Organization:||Alaska Court System Access to Justice Committee|
|URL:||Click here https://public.courts.alaska.gov/web/jfa/docs/plan.pdf|
|Topic:||PLE audiences & Rural and remote communities|
|Location of Authoring Organization by Country:||United States|
|Location of Authoring Organization by Province/ State (unless national entity):||Alaska|
|Availability:||Full report online|