The Promoting Respectful Relationships Task Force (PRR) is committed to the primary prevention of intimate partner violence. Primary prevention efforts take place before violence occurs by reducing the risk factors that can lead to intimate partner violence. In February 2011, the task force completed a comprehensive strategic plan to reduce the incidence of intimate partner violence in Ketchikan. The plan focus on three goals that centered on community awareness, youth engagement, and strengthening families.
Janalee Minnich Gage is a photographer who recently did a show in October 2014 at the Main Street Gallery Called: Look, See, Hear, & Listen, which can currently be viewed at the Southeast Discover Center. The show is in Regards to the treatment of those with disabilities. Janalee lives with a disability and is a lifelong resident of Ketchikan; she is the daughter of Janet and John Minnich, Grand Daughter to Jane & James Church, Thelma and John Minnich, Great Granddaughter of Jack and Elaine Talbot, and the Great -Great Granddaughter of Harriet and Forest Hunt. She attended Otis Parsons School of Design in Los Angeles from 1986 to 1990 to study a Bachelor in Photography.