Peninsula Points on Prevention

Upcoming Events

Monthly Green dot Overviews

Last Tuesday of each month at the Soldotna Library

6:00 - 7:30 pm

The last Tuesday of each month. 

Soldotna Public Library

235 N Binkley St, Soldotna, AK 99669 


Green Dot Alaska is a project aimed at engaging individual community members in preventing power-based violence in our communities. Power-based violence includes domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, stalking, elder abuse, child abuse and bullying. What we know for sure is that rates of all types of abuse are too high in Alaska – our sisters, brothers, sons, daughters, neighbors and friends are being harmed at alarming rates.

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soldotna Wednesday market

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Peninsula Points on Prevention

Peninsula Points on Prevention has teamed up with Change 4 the Kenai and be at the Soldotna Wednesday Market. Stop by and say hello! 

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Green Dot Bystander Training

May 18th, 11-5 (Lunch provided)

KPC Residence Hall 

949 E Poppy Ln, Soldotna, AK 99669 


   An interactive training designed to equip participants with the necessary connection, knowledge and skill to increase their proactive and reactive bystander behaviors. Throughout the training - video, role-plays, and other exercises are utilized to maximize the level of engagement of participants and help them apply the concepts in the curriculum to their own lives and practice the skills they need to be proactive bystanders.  


Space is limited, please RSVP by phone or email by May 15th, 2019 

Contact: Renee at 395-7269

Check us out at www.greendotalaska.com or 

On Facebook: Green Dot Kenai 

Email: greendotkenai@gmail.com

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Green Dot Alaska is a project aimed at engaging individual community members in preventing power-based violence in our communities.  Power-based violence includes domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, stalking, elder abuse, child abuse and bullying.  What we know for sure is that rates of all types of abuse are too high in Alaska – our sisters, brothers, sons, daughters, neighbors and friends are being harmed at alarming rates. 

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Drug Take back day

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April 27th 10-2

Soldotna Police Department


Turn in your unused medications for safe disposal. 


Disposing unused medicines safely reduces drug abuse, reduces accidental overdoses, and reduces medications in our environment.


Free $5 Coffee Card for each person that drops off unused or expired medications and completes a short survey. 

Spring into action

April 20th, 12-4

  

Peninsula Center Mall

44332 Sterling Hwy, Soldotna, AK 99669 


We will be providing information about making our community a safer place and have activities to promote connecting with your neighbors.  


Join us for information and a chance to win gift cards and other prizes.  

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Emergency Preparedness Drill

October 20th, 2018

THANK YOU TO ALL THOSE THAT CAME OUT AND SUPPORTED THE EVENT - WE GAVE OUT ALMOST 300 NARCAN KITS!


IF YOU WERE NOT ABLE TO MAKE IT, YOU CAN GET ONE (FOR FREE) AT KENAI PUBLIC HEALTH DURING THEIR BUSINESS HOURS.


An emergency drill to prepare communities for an event requiring mass distribution of life saving medicine to non-ill residents. 


Learn Life-saving information from the comfort of your car. Receive an Emergency Preparation Starter bag as well. Random bags will hold prizes. 

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In 2016 - 116 people dies from Opioid-related drug overdoses everyday. 


550 does of Narcan have been administered by EMS/Law Enforcement last year in Alaska.


Change 4 the Kenai is available to answer questions at 714-4521 

Learn More About Narcan