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Adolescent Residential Center for Help (ARCH)

The Adolescent Residential Center for Help (ARCH) is an ASAM level 3.5 medium intensity residential substance use treatment program. ARCH serves youth ages 13-18 struggling with substance use and co-occurring disorders.  The length of stay is tailored to the needs of each youth based on initial and on-going assessment. ARCH offers an array of services including substance use counseling and psychotherapy for youth and their families, psychological testing and evaluation, and psychiatric services. In addition, we have an onsite nurse practitioner to address physical wellness and support in pharmacological management. To support client’s with their scholastic standing we offer an onsite Anchorage School District program, McKinley Heights High School. Most importantly, we provide programming to support youth in identifying replacement culture activities such as music, sports, the arts, outdoor activities and sober parties.  Overall, we are program passionate about helping youth and their families break free from the chains of addiction through uplifting the human spirit!

Adolescent Residential Center for Help

Facility Details

Location: 8012 Stewart Mountain Dr, Eagle River, AK 99577
Care Level: ASAM Level 3.5
Age Range: 13-18
Gender(s): Co-Ed
Beds: 24
Length of Stay: 2-7 Months

Contact Information

Kathy Ensign
Clinical Director of ARCH
Email: clinicaldirector@voaarch.org
Phone: (907) 694-3336
Direct: (907) 689-1544
Fax: (907) 694-8840
Website: Volunteers of America