Brother Francise Shelter
410 Thorsheim Street
Kodiak, Alaska 99615
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Goal: To continue sheltering, feeding, and providing multiple services to Kodiak’s homeless and poor.
The Brother Francis Shelter Kodiak, Inc. (BFSK) operates is the hub for the homeless in Kodiak. Sheltering, Hearty evening meals, breakfast, and lunch sandwiches are available as well as multiple other services. BFSK is the central services provider on Kodiak Island to attempt to secure and distribute direct assistance funds for homelessness prevention and to assist persons caught in the crisis of homelessness. In cooperation with governmental and non-profit services providers in the community, the BFSK has administered the community’s direct assistance housing funds and provided comprehensive low income housing placement activities for 17 years.
Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Agency of Alaska, Inc.
1750 Abbott Road
Anchorage, Alaska 99807
Goal: To keep elders living in their home and community for as long as possible while safeguarding the physical and emotional health of the family.
The Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Agency of Alaska (ADRAA) will provide 1875 hours of in-home services (includes respite and chore services). Services will be for individuals who are unable to pay for full cost of care and without any other funding source.
Catholic Community Services
Hospice and Home Care of Juneau
419 Sixth Street
Juneau, Alaska 99801
Goal: Patients and their caregivers will achieve an optimal and satisfactory outcome of well-managed health and function (Home Health) or comfort at the end of life (Hospice) as a result of the in-home skilled services of HHCJ.
Hospice and Home Care of Juneau (HHCJ) will provide essential in-home skilled nursing service to any person within the City Borough of Juneau who is diagnosed as terminally ill and desire hospice care, or who is essentially homebound due to illness, injury and needs in-home nursing care, regardless of ability to pay.
Goal: Provide essential food to everyone in need of food in Juneau, including children, elderly, families, and individuals. Provide essential emergency shelter to everyone in need of shelter, including elderly, families, and individuals. Connect everyone in need of social services to the social services they need if such services are available.
The Glory Hole will provide 5000 nutritious breakfast and lunch meals to those in need. TGH will provide 100 nutritious and sustaining food boxes to those in need. TGH will provide 100 social service referrals, assistance with housing applications, and counseling. TGH will provide transportation assistance to those in need of transportation assistance for social services appointments, job searches, and going to the job. TGH will provide meaningful volunteer opportunities to 200 volunteers.
The Glory Hole received a mid-year grant to assist the homeless complete Social Security disability applications in Juneau.
Goal: Children will have a greater likelihood of being ready for entry to school.
REACH, Inc. will provide Infant Learning Services to those children referred to REACH, Inc. but who are not eligible for services under the federal definition. This project “Frontload” will contact the parents/foster parents of the child to discuss available services and schedule an intake and developmental screening for those identified children.
Aiding Women in Abuse & Rape Emergencies, Inc. (AWARE)
P.O. Box 20809
AWARE will provide state-certified educational services for men court-referred to a batterers program, or who present with a history of abuse behavior within the context of their families and/or intimate relationships, via AWARE’s Juneau Batterers Accountability Program.
AWARE received a mid-year grant, which will enhance service in their shelter.
their emergency shelter in Juneau.
Goal: Provide day shelter services to homeless adults and children in Ketchikan, including access and referrals to services that move them towards personal and financial stability.
The first City Homeless Services shelter offers a non-judgmental environment with support for the individual/family to move toward more stable circumstances. Services include assistance with job searches; resume writing, addiction recovery support groups, finding permanent housing, health services, life skills training, and serving as a massage center (for messages to clients related to housing, job, or other services.
Cooper River Native Association
Mile 104 Old Richardson Highway
Copper Center, Alaska 99573
Goal: To Provide clothing items including sweat shirts, pants, underwear, coats, gloves, socks, and shoes to all people in financial need within our extended region.
The Copper River Native Association will distribute clothing, blankets, hygienic project and transport voucher to be done though community volunteers and extant Behavioral Health Services Department staff members as and addition to their duties.
Nome Emergency Shelter Team (NEST)
503 W. 3rd Street
Nome, Alaska 99762
Goal: To eliminate preventable deaths due to winter weather exposure in Nome.
The Nome Emergency Shelter Team will increase services of the shelter from being a cold weather emergency overnight shelter to being open every night throughout the winter season, November 15th to April. Increased service days will bring the shelter from 80 nights to 159 nights. NEST will also assist clients through referrals to the public health nurse, behavioral health counselor, job counselors, and adult educating and skills development specialists.
New services were introduced in Jan, 2013 that assist families find emergency housing.
Alaska Legal Services
1648 Cushman Street #300
Fairbanks, Alaska 99701
460 Ridgecrest Drive, Suite 212
Bethel, Alaska 99559
150 N. Willow Street, Suite 24
Kenai, Alaska 99611
1500 Kanakanak Rd #29
Dillingham, Alaska 99576
419 Sixth Street #322
Juneau, Alaska 99801
Goal: To provide free legal services to 20 households per region per month, to meet the need of Alaska’s families at risk.
Alaska Legal Services will provide free legal serves through the five regions identified above to vulnerable Alaska Citizens.
Kenaitze Indian Tribes
150 N Willow Suite 33
Kenai, Alaska 99611-9112
Goal: Enhance the provision of food through Kenaitze Indian Tribe’s Food Bank:
Na’ini Social Services, a department of Kenaitze Indian Tribe’s Community Programs Division , will provide food, essential clothing items and transportation voucher to our Native and non-Native individuals and families in our service area in need of basic essential services, by enhancing our existing programs.
Southeast Alaska Independent Living:
3225 Hospital Drive, Suite 300
Juneau, Alaska 99801
Goal: People with disabilities and elders will experience an increase in independence and quality of life.
SAIL will provide essential goods and /or services utilizing their "Last Resort Funds" The Last Resort Fund (LRF) is used to address unmet medical, dental and accessibility needs of SE residents by purchasing assistive technology, home modification, dental services, or other goods and essential human services that allow a person to remain as independent as possible. These needs are considered unmet because current funding sources (i.e. Medicaid, Medicare, waiver services) do not cover these services at all or in their entirety.
PH/TTY: 907 586-4920
Home Page: http://www.sailinc.org/
Independent Living Center, Inc.
3953 Bartlett St
Homer, Alaska 99603
Goal: To Improve the health, safety, and independence of Alaskan's wishing to stay in their own homes.
ILC offers individual and systems advocacy, skills training, peer support, information and referral and deinstitutionalization. As and ADRC, the primary focus is individuals with disabilities, elders, families, and caregivers needing information about and access to long term supports and services. ADRC provides information and referral, options counseling, assistance to access long term supports and services and follow up to ensure success.
Phone: 907 235-7911
Fax: 907 235-6236