Our medical clinic is staffed with registered nurses seven days a week. Normal business hours for routine medical issues and scheduling are from 8:00am to 4:00pm.
To keep program participants physically healthy and actively participating in the AMYA program. Nursing services include medication management, coordination of health care, dental, and vision needs. We also have a Counseling Section during week days to address your child’s mental health needs.
If your child has special dietary or religious needs, please contact AMYA Nursing staff so those needs can be addressed appropriately. This includes vegetarian diets, No pork diets, Fasting, lactose intolerance, and any food allergies, etc. If your child has a history of severe allergic reactions to certain foods, they should bring with them at least two epi-pens prescribed by a healthcare provider.
AMYA is a participant in the Alaska Department of Education and Early Developmentâ€™s Child Nutrition Program. If your Cadet has special nutritional or dietary needs, please review the attached form and have the childâ€™s medical provider complete and sign the form prior to the beginning of program attendance.
Allergen Form (.pdf)
Thank you for your assistance,
Mark Doughty, RN
“The mission of the National Guard Alaska Military Youth Academy ChalleNGe Program is to help intervene in and reclaim the lives of Alaska’s at-risk youth and produce graduates with the values, skills, education, and self-discipline necessary to succeed as adults.”