- Sealaska Corporation
- Sealaska Heritage Institute
- Alaska Amber Alerts
- Juneau Suicide Prevention Coalition
- Alaska Housing Finance Corporation
- HUD’s Office of Native American Programs – Codetalk
- Association of Alaska Housing Authorities
- The National American Indian Housing Council
- National Congress of American Indians
ADDITIONAL COMMUNITY SERVICES
Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA) Diocese of Juneau
ACOA offers self-help 12-step recovery groups. Please call (907) 789-0965 for a recording of meeting times. For more information, call Robbie at (907) 586-2227, extension 25.
415 6th Street, Suite 200 • Juneau AK 99801
(907) 789-0965 or (907) 586-2227, ext. 25 • Fax (907) 463-3237
Alaska Community Development Corporation
Weatherization Assistance Program, Senior Housing Accessibility Modifications Program, HUD Home Owner-Occupied Rehabilitation, Housing Accessibility Improvement Program, Home Opportunity Program, Mutual Self Help Housing, Rural Residential Rehab Program.
1517 Industrial Way, # 8 • Palmer, Alaska 99645
Phone (907) 746-5680 •Toll-Free 1-800-478-8080
Fax (907) 746-5681 • Toll-Free Fax 1 (800) 478-1530
Alaska Legal Services Corporation
ALSC is a private, nonprofit law firm that provides free civil legal assistance to low-income Alaskans. ALSC does not handle any criminal matters and provides information and assistance in the areas of public benefits (Food Stamps, TANF), Medicaid and Medicare, Social Security disability, fair and habitable housing, consumer protection, family law, wills and advance directives (living wills, powers of attorney, etc.), native law issues (subsistence, allotments, etc.), and other civil law issues. Currently, ALSC has one attorney for all of SE Alaska, so priority is provided to those most in need.
419 Sixth Street • Juneau, AK 99801
907-586-2449 • Fax 907-225-6896
Toll Free 1-800-789-6426
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
Services are available to eligible applicants to assist in connecting water and sewer to homes.
4000 Ambassador Road • Anchorage, AK 99508
Toll Free 1-800-560-8637
Anchorage Area: 907-729-1900
Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (ANDVSA)
ANDVSA is a statewide coalition composed of programs that provide services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, offender services, and adult crisis intervention services. The purposes of the Network are to provide linkages and communication between the programs, facilitate information sharing, secure funding in a cooperative and non-competitive nature, and to expose the roots of violence against women and children in this culture. ANDVSA provides training, advocacy, state and national information, as well as referrals year-round.
130 Seward Street, Suite 209 • Juneau AK 99801
(907) 586-3650 • Fax(907) 463-4493
Alcoholics Anonymous is a 12-step program for recovery from Alcoholism. Meetings are held during the day and evenings. Please call the answering service for the time and location of AA and Al-Anon meetings.
P.O. Box 21732 • Juneau AK 99802
(907) 586-1161, or (907) 789-8828 for Al-Anon
Alzheimer’s Resource of Alaska
The Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Agency of Alaska (ADRAA) is committed to providing information, education and services for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders and their caregivers. ADRAA provides family consultations, care coordination, in-home services and education programs to family caregivers and health care professionals.
3100 Channel Drive. Suite 19 • Juneau, AK 99801
Juneau (907) 586-6044 • Toll Free 1-800-478-1080 • Fax 907-586-6084
CCTHITA Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF)
TANF offers intensive case management to families with dependent children to identify financial needs, employment goals, and obstacles in a Family Self-Sufficiency Plan (FSSP). They continue to monitor families as they move through their plan toward the ultimate goal of self-sufficiency and gainful employment. The TANF Program may offer support services that allow tribal citizens to find and maintain employment.
320 West Willoughby Avenue, Suite 300 • Juneau, Alaska 99801
Juneau (907) 586-1432 • Toll Free 1-877-344-1432
Sitka (907) 747-3790 • Toll Fee 1-866-747-3790
Ketchikan (907) 225-2033 • Toll Free 1-866-567-2033
Cancer Connection is a grass-roots, nonprofit organization designed to assist people living with cancer, their families, and support systems. Cancer Connection sponsors education programs and awareness events with the intent of prevention and early detection of cancer.
PO Box 20329 • Juneau AK 99802
(907) 796-CARE (2273) • Fax (907) 463-2616
Care-A-Van Transportation Services
Care-A-Van offers door-to-door transportation and errand service to persons with disabilities who are unable to ride the City bus and to anyone age 60 or older. Care-A-Van provides service Monday through Saturday, 7 a.m. until 11:30 p.m. and on Sunday, 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Please call (907) 463-6194 to reserve a ride. The reservations office is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Care-A-Van is provided by Catholic Community Service.
1801 Glacier Highway, Building C • Juneau AK 99801
(907) 463-6194 • Fax(907) 586-1879
TDD (907) 586-6234
Catholic Community Service
CCS advocates and offers social service opportunities for all Southeast Alaskans, emphasizing social justice and compassion. CCS accomplishes this mission by fostering the self-sufficiency and dignity of individuals and families and by affirming diversity in culture, faith, and way of life. Programs include Southeast Senior Services (SESS), Childcare and Family Resources (CCFR), and Hospice and Homecare of Juneau (HHCJ).
419 6th Street • Juneau AK 99801
(907) 463-6100 • Fax (907) 586-9018
Gastineau Human Services
Transitional care services are provided in Juno House in a residential setting. The 15-bed Juno House program provides a flexible recovery environment with an emphasis on case management services, as well as some clinical services. This level of care is directed toward application of recovery skills, prevention of relapse, promotion of personal responsibility, and reintegration into the community through meaningful employment or other productive activity, family involvement, and participation in a support network.
5597 Aisek St • Juneau, AK 99801
907-780-4338 • Fax 907-780-4098
Glory Hole, The
The Glory Hole is Juneau’s 40-bed emergency shelter and soup kitchen. It is an alcohol- and drug-free facility located in downtown Juneau and staffed 24/7/365. In addition to three hot meals a day, The Glory Hole provides the adult homeless community sack lunches for those who are working, laundry facilities and showers for campers, monthly food boxes, a place to make and receive calls, an address to receive mail, and referrals to other social service agencies.
247 South Franklin Street • Juneau AK 99801
(907) 586-4159 • Fax (907) 586-4304
Helping Hands volunteers provides food directly to families and individuals in need with donations from local grocery stores and businesses. Distribution hours are Tuesday and Friday, 6:30 PM to 8 PM and frequent shipments to outlying communities.
6590 Glacier Highway, Switzer Village Recreation Hall
PO Box 33721, Juneau, Alaska 99803
789-4390 • Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope Community Resources
Hope is a private, not for profit agency operating that provides services to individuals who experience a disability and serves all of Southeast Alaska. Hope’s mission is to individually support adults and families with a choice of what they need to be independent in their community and to maintain maximum control over their lives.
9109 Mendenhall Mall Road, Suite 5D • Juneau, AK 99801
(907) 463-3602 • Fax (907) 463-3605
Housing First, Inc.
Housing First promotes affordable housing for individuals and families in the City and Borough of Juneau and elsewhere in Southeast Alaska by: furnishing consulting services; collecting and disseminating information; providing community education and training; acquiring, rehabilitating, constructing, converting, managing, selling, renting, and financing properties for housing; and applying for, receiving, and managing grants, donations, and loans. Housing First has also operated the Home Opportunity Program, which offers no-interest loans to low-to-moderate-income homebuyers.
119 Seward Street, No. 4 • Juneau AK 99801
(907) 463-1276 • Fax (907) 463-1266
Housing Improvement Program
HIP seeks to assist eligible tribal members with necessary home repairs to correct health, safety, and sanitary conditions. The program gives priority to applicants of greatest need as determined by income, family size, overcrowding, elderly, handicap, and ineligibility for other housing assistance programs.
320 West Willoughby, Ste 300 • Juneau, AK 99801
Toll Free 1-800-344-1432
Juneau Alliance for Mental Health
JAMHI provides housing and services to persons experiencing mental illness and co-occurring disorders through individualized services designed to assist them in achieving maximum success, satisfaction and independence in their living.
3406 Glacier Highway • Juneau, AK 99801
(907) 463-3303 • Fax: (907) 586-3877
Juneau Family Birth Center
The Juneau Family Birth Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing midwifery care to women and their families in Juneau and throughout Southeast Alaska. The birth center offers midwifery care, family practice, and the Strength in Families Program.
3225 Hospital Drive, Suite 106 • Juneau AK 99801
(907) 586-1203 • Fax (907) 586-5765
Juneau Housing Trust
The goal of the Juneau Housing Trust is to provide affordable home ownership by selling quality homes to low-to-moderate income families, while the Trust retains ownership of the land. Homeowners receive a 99-year lease for the land underlying their home and pay a small monthly fee to cover expenses, such as property taxes for the land. As members of the Trust, homeowners also have the opportunity to participate in setting direction for the management of the Trust, and in planning for future projects.
6095 Thane Road • Juneau AK 99801
(907) 586-1901 • Fax (907) 586-6001
Juneau Youth Services
Juneau Youth Services (JYS) is a comprehensive behavioral health provider for children and youth, and their families. JYS currently provides a full array of emergency, residential, and community-based programs, including both mental health and chemical dependency services. A primary goal is to maintain or reunite the child with his or her family, whenever this is in the best interests of the child.
907-789-7610 • Fax 907-789-2106
Intake/Assessment Center 907-789-4733
Cornerstone Emergency Services 1 (877) 597-4357 or 907-789-0572
Juno House (part of Gastineau Human Services Corporation)
Juno House is long-term (one year), transitional, supportive housing for persons who have completed or are currently involved in substance abuse treatment. Juno House offers a safe, sober, supportive atmosphere for persons seeking a clean environment to continue the recovery process.
5597 Aisek Street, Juneau AK 99801
(907) 780-3038 and (907) 780-3039 Fax (907) 780-4098
Love INC is a network of 20 caring Christian churches committed to helping Juneau individuals and families with spiritual, physical, and emotional needs. The central clearinghouse receives requests for assistance and matches willing church helpers and resources to corresponding needs.
PO Box 35432 • Juneau, AK 99803
907-780-4090 • Fax 907-780-4091
Hours: M, W, F 10 am – 1 pm
National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Juneau Affiliate
NCADD is a voluntary health organization with a mission to provide education, information, help, and hope in the fight against alcoholism and drug addictions. Services include community information and education, adolescent and adult assessment and referral, formal intervention services (National Intervention Network), school-based prevention programs, consultative assistance, in-services, and family support groups. NCADD also trains families and assists with interventions, does case management for individuals post treatment, and has smoking cessation classes for adults and teens. They offer special programs for health and safety promotion, as well as disease prevention programs.
211 Fourth Street, Suite 102 • Juneau AK 99801
(907) 463-3755 • Fax (907) 463-2539
Reach, Inc. provides a variety of services to promote the independence and well-being of persons with disabilities in community of their choice
213 Third Street • Juneau AK 99801
(907) 586-8228 • Fax(907) 586-8226
RurAL CAP provides resources and services to enhance child and family development, improve housing, save energy, develop leadership, promote environmental conservation, prevent substance abuse, and foster independent living.
731 E. 8th Ave • Anchorage, Alaska 99501
Toll Free Phone 1-800-478-7227 (Calls from within Alaska only)
Toll Free Fax 1-800-478-6343 (Calls from within Alaska only)
Programs available to eligible seniors (60 years and older) with housing accessibility needs.
Toll Free 1(800) 478-8080
The Salvation Army is a nonprofit, charitable organization. It is also a center for worship and service and offers help to those in need. Office hours are Tuesday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Salvation Army offers social service assistance Tuesday through Thursday 9:30 am to 12 noon.
439 West Willoughby Ave • Juneau AK 99801
(907) 586-2136 • Fax (907) 586-2652
Southeast Alaska Food Bank
SEAFB is a private, nonprofit agency dedicated to collecting and distributing food to the hungry in Southeast Alaska. SEAFB collects surplus or unmarketable but still edible food from grocery stores and redistributes it to nonprofit agencies and individuals throughout the area.
10020 Crazy Horse Drive • Juneau AK 99801
(907) 789-6184 • Fax (907) 789-6158
Southeast Alaska Guidance Association
SAGA is a family of programs dedicated to improving lives, lands, and communities in Alaska, while helping people make the connection between what they learn and how they live. Component programs offered by SAGA are the Serve Alaska Youth Corps (SAYC), Young Alaskans Building Affordable Housing (YABAH), the Eagle Valley Center, and SAGA AmeriCorps Connections.
9397 La Perouse Avenue • Juneau AK 99801
PO Box 33037 • Juneau AK 99803
(907) 789-6172 • Fax(907) 789-3118
Southeast Alaska Independent Living (SAIL)
SAIL/ORCA empowers Southeast Alaskans with disabilities by providing and promoting options to live as active, productive, and involved citizens in their community of choice. The Aging and Disability Resource center offers a multitude of programs and services to Southeast Alaskans with disabilities and seniors.
3225 Hospital Drive, Suite 300 • Juneau, AK 99801
(907) 586-4920 • TTY (907) 523-5285 • Toll free (800) 478-7245
Fax (907) 586-4980
St. Vincent de Paul Society
St. Vincent de Paul is dedicated to helping those less fortunate by providing a place to stay and food to eat. Services offered are housing, a soup kitchen, and a thrift shop.
8617 Teal Street • Juneau AK 99801
(907) 789-5535 • Fax(907) 789-4805
Taku House (part of Gastineau Human Services Corporation)
Taku House offers a safe, sober, supportive atmosphere for those persons seeking a clean environment to continue the recovery process and services also include case management and life training skills.
54597 Aisek Street • Juneau AK 99801
(907) 780-3038 or (907) 780-3039 • Fax(907) 780-4098
United Way of Southeast Alaska
United Way of Southeast Alaska (UWSEAK) is a volunteer-driven, grass-roots organization that creates lasting change by bringing people and resources together to address community-wide issues. United Way helps nurture children and youth, care for the elderly and people with disabilities, promote wellness and self-sufficiency, and meet the basic needs of people in crisis. UWSEAK conducts community research, raises funds, develops community leaders and volunteers, cultivates partnerships, and supports 33 partner agencies throughout Southeast Alaska.
P.O. Box 20249 • Juneau AK 99802
(907) 463-5530 • Fax(907) 463-4649
USDA Rural Development
Rural Development is committed to helping improve the economy and quality of life in all of rural America. The guarantee, loan and grant programs support such essential public facilities and services as water and sewer systems, housing, health clinics, emergency service facilities and electric and telephone service to promote economic development.
Keith Perkins, Area Director
Tambi Calvert, Rural Development Specialist
Marsha McCrehin, Rural Development Technician
201 Katlian Street, Suite 109A • Sitka, AK 99835
(907) 747-3506 • Fax (907) 747-3597
E-mail Keith.Perkins@ak.usda.gov • Tambi.Calvert@ak.usda.gov • Marsha.McCrehin@ak.usda.gov
Wells Fargo Housing Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation on behalf of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Juneau, Alaska provided a grant for homeownership education and counseling.
MAC N9305-192, 19th Floor, 90 S 7th ST • Minneapolis, MN 55402-3903
612-667-5131 • Fax 612-316-0417