November 15, 2012
Alaska Community Action on Toxics (ACAT) provides scientific information to the community about human health and wellness in an easy-to-understand way. They are one of the only groups that will visit rural (and often very-remote) Alaskan communities to educate the community, conduct research, and support communities with concerns about toxins to human health. Additionally they help educate the entire populace of Alaska (urban and rural) with numerous community awareness/education campaigns and educational presentations by nationally-recognized physicians and professionals. Lastly, ACAT is more than 'just a non-profit' they are a support group for individuals and communities with concerns and questions about human health, they are willing to find answers to questions, and their staff are highly respected and appreciated within the communities ACAT has served.
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