Alaska Commission on Aging

Meetings and Events

Senior Snapshot

Employment Programs for Seniors

Fall Prevention

Did you know that accidental falls are the number one cause of injury to Alaskans age 65 and older, often causing serious injury such as brain trauma or hip fracture?

Many falls can be prevented by making changes that lower your chances of falling.

How to Report Elder Abuse

  • Adult Protective Services (APS)
    800-478-9996
    Adult Protective Services helps to prevent or stop harm from occurring to vulnerable adults.
  • Office of the Long Term Care Ombudsman
    800-730-6393
    Office of the Long Term Care Ombudsman that identifies, investigates and resolves complaints relating to seniors in nursing homes and assisted living facilities.

For information about services in your area contact the Aging and Disability Resource Center

Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRC) - Link to Brochure Connecting seniors, people with disabilities and caregivers with long-term care services and supports

Statewide Call toll free: 1-855-565-2017

Anchorage Area
Municipality of Anchorage
825 L St. Ste. 203 Anchorage
907-343-7770
www.muni.org/adrc

Mat-Su Area
LINKS
777 N Cruesy St. Ste.101,
Wasilla
907-373-3632
www.linksprc.org

Fairbanks, Interior, North Slope
Fairbanks Senior Center – ADRC North
1424 Moore St., Fairbanks
907-452-2551
www.adrcnorth.org

enai Peninsula, Kodiak, Valdez, Cordova
Independent Living Center (ILC)
Offices in Soldotna, Homer, Seward, and Kodiak
907-262-6333
www.peninsulailc.org

Southeast Area
Southeast Alaska Independent Living (SAIL)
Offices is Juneau, Ketchikan, Haines, and Sitka
1-888-487-1025
www.sailinc.org

Western Alaska, Dillingham to Kotzebue
Bristol Bay Native Assoc. (BBNA)
1500 Kanakanak Rd., Dillinham
800-478-4139 or 907-842-4139
www.bbna.com