In 2003, Alaska joined a national effort when the Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault entered into a Cooperative Agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to build capacity to prevent DV throughout the state. The Cooperative Agreement, called DELTA (Domestic Violence Prevention Enhancement and Leadership through Alliances), led to the development of a statewide steering committee. From 2007-2009, the statewide steering committee focused on bringing together all available information on prevalence of DV, risk and protective factors for both victimization and perpetration, and existing prevention efforts. From this, the committee developed a comprehensive plan, Pathways To Prevent Domestic Violence. This plan represents the voices of many Alaskans from diverse professions, regions, cultures and experiences and establishes a framework to organize and coordinate prevention and promotion efforts over the next six years. By working together on the seven goals put forward in this plan, we can achieve our vision to end domestic and teen dating violence in Alaska.