Alaska Pioneer Home Locations

There are six licensed Assisted Living Homes for older Alaskans in the Alaska Pioneer Homes system.

Click on a location on the map below to see more information about each home.

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  • Alaska Veterans and Pioneers Home (Palmer)

    This home in downtown Palmer, licensed for 79 residents, has views of the Chugach and Talkeetna mountain ranges as well as the Knik Glacier. It is the only home certified through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
  • Anchorage Pioneer Home

    This 168-bed home is located in downtown Anchorage, with a stunning view of the Chugach Mountains.
  • Fairbanks Pioneer Home

    Situated in a 16-acre birch forest across from the Fairbanks Senior Center, this 91-bed home provides residents a cozy living environment. The Fairbanks location was the second home built.
  • Juneau Pioneer Home

    The 48-bed Juneau home is the newest location. Nestled in wetlands, it has breathtaking views of the Gastineau Channel.
  • Ketchikan Pioneer Home

    Conveniently located on the local bus line and near the Alaska Marine Highway and Airport Ferry Terminal, the Ketchikan Home is a natural hub for family and friends to congregate. This home has 46 licensed beds.
  • Sitka Pioneer Home

    As the site of the first Pioneer Home, Sitka’s history is woven into the fabric of Alaska. While the current 65-bed home, built in the 1930s, has been renovated and modernized, it still holds dear the legacy of Alaska’s pioneers.