Contact: Dan Goff
Wasilla Sunrise
Apr 18, 2015 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Wasilla High School
701 E. Bogard Road
Wasilla High School, AK  99654
United States

Save the Date:

Wasilla Sunrise Rotary, Mat-Su Seahawkers, Alaska Family Services and Mat-Su Regional Medical Center present the No More Mat-Su Domestic Violence Awareness Summit.

We are working on a Community project to raise awareness about domestic violence.

Event will be held on April 18, 2015 10am to 3pm at Wasilla High School Gymnasium. All are invited. 

Our MC will be City Councilman Stu Graham.

The morning program will be David Wilson presenting the Compass Program.
COMPASS: A Guide for Men is a resource for adult male mentors who work with young Alaskan men aged 12 to 18. COMPASS presents mentors with opportunities and activities that are designed to support young men as they explore and identify their values, goals and unique identities. The activities, teachable moments and discussions described in the guide create a safe atmosphere for men and boys to learn about and practice healthy lifestyles. In addition, these strategies are designed to be easily incorporated into the day-to-day interactions that already exist between mentors and youth like team sports, camping, hiking, fishing, hunting, etc. Ultimately the guide promotes meaningful conversations between men and male youth that promote healthy identities, build positive relationships, and strengthen safe and violence-free communities.

Lunch break includes a bag lunch

Afternoon Session will be about No More Mat-Su 


NO MORE is a public awareness and engagement campaign focused on ending domestic violence and sexual assault. Using its signature blue symbol to increase visibility and foster greater dialogue, NO MORE seeks to break social stigma, normalize the conversation around domestic violence and sexual assault, and increase resources to address these urgent issues. NO MORE is aligned with hundreds of organizations working at the local, state and national levels on prevention, advocacy, and services for survivors.


More Information to Come