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Nine Star Enterprises125 West 5th Avenue,
Anchorage, AK 99501
Phone (907) 375-3701
Fax (907) 375-9925
 
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Alaska 211
  • Offers free, confidential resources that help people find additional resources
  • From food pantries to child care to free tax preparation services
AARP
  • Offers assistance to individuals 50 years of age and older
  • Medical Care, Dental Care, Vision Care & Medicare
A.F.S. Intercultural Programs U.S.A.
  • Created by WW1 and WW2 veteran Ambulance Drivers- their mission is to prevent future conflicts by fostering cultural exchange and understanding.
  • Study Abroad
  • Teach Abroad
  • Host an international student
Alaska Family Services
  • Domestic Assault / Sexual Assault shelter
  • Alcohol Safety, Behavioral Health
  • Child Care Assistance
  • W.I.C.
  • Family Support
Alaska Health Fair
  • Blood Chemistry Screen
  • Thyroid, Prostate, Vitamin D, Diabetes, Testosterone Screening
  • Hosts Health Fairs
Alaska Legal Services
  • Assists individuals facing Civil legal issues, including Consumer Law, Family Law, Housing Issues, Public Benefits, Healthcare, and Alaska Native Law
  • Provides free civil legal services to low-income Alaskans in need
Alzheimer's Resource of Alaska
  • Offer Memory Screenings, Consultations, Education Programs, and Care Coordination
  • Services Offered
American Legion - Alaska DepartmentCongress chartered and incorporated the American Legion in 1919 as a patriotic veterans organization devoted to mutual helpfulness. The Department of Alaska stretches from the far north in Koyukuk, throughout the State of Alaska, and includes the Pacific District of Guam and Taiwan. That’s a lot of ground to cover! The following resources are available on this website:
Anchorage Coalition to End Homelessness (ACEH)ACEH provides dynamic Leadership to unite Anchorage in making homelessness rare, brief, and one-time. ACEH believes that every Alaskan deserves a roof over their head, a place to put down anchor and feel safe with their loved ones. ACEH values
  • Dignity,
  • Respect,
  • Equity &
  • Compassion
Assets, Incorporated
  • Improves employment opportunities, home environments, and community connections of individuals with developmental disabilities and mental illnesses
  • Provides Employment, Community Services, and Adult Assisted Living
Abused Women's Aid In Crisis (AWAIC)
  • Crisis Intervention - call
    1-907-272-0100
  • Provides Emergency Shelter to Women in need for up to 30 days
  • Offers Education and Support Groups, and Children's Programs
  • Offers legal advocacy for Women in need
Boys and Girls Clubs of Alaska→ Clubhouses, Child Development Center, Athletics Programs for children
Bridge Builders of Alaska→ Celebrating different cultures and diversity, hosting many community events
Camp Fire of Alaska
  • Provides before and after school care for children, located at many schools throughout Anchorage
  • Provides child care for Summer and during School breaks
Catholic Social Services of Alaska (CSS-Alaska)Provides the following services:
  • Food through Bean's Café
  • Shelter through Brother Francis Shelter
  • Case management
  • An emergency shelter for men and women in Anchorage without a home
  • Overnight baggage storage, dinner, showers, laundry, medical care, medicine storage, clothing room
  • Career services to the less fortunate
Covenant HouseDescription:
  • They are the largest provider of services to homeless and runaway youth in the State of Alaska.
  • They offer Street Outreach, Youth Enrichment, Employment/ Education Services, Shelter, Housing Services, and Offers Pastoral Services.
Food Bank of AlaskaThey
  • Receive donations of food, stores, and distributes them to individuals in need
  • Assist individuals in pursuing SNAP benefits (Food Stamps)
Genesis Recovery ServicesSpecializes in substance abuse counseling from a psychological perspective
Habitat for HumanityThey provide the following:
  • Affordable housing,
  • Training, and
  • Advocacy services
to promote strength, stability, and self-reliance
Hope - Downtown Soup KitchenThey
  • offer support, shelter, sustenance, and skills to transform their lives
  • provide students with jobs working at their bakery to provide food for those in need
  • offer culinary training, a food truck, and grow food in their garden
JustServeThey
  • help organizations realize their goals of helping the community by connecting them with willing volunteers
  • Assist both volunteers and organizations
MyHouse - MatSuTheir mission is to "end homelessness." They offer the following:
  • Hot supper from 3-4 pm every day for any homeless youth age 14-24 who are hungry
  • Ten beds of transitional housing are available on a first-come basis
  • Case management services on a first-come-first-served basis.
  • Substance abuse assessments
  • On-site partnership with Nine Star that offers employment assistance, high school completion, and GED courses

These services are a hand up, but not a hand out. Clients will be required to agree to family self-sufficiency plans, and they will have to work towards these plans with support from staff to gain forward progress.
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)They
  • offer a free education program for parents, caregivers, and other family members who provide care to children experiencing mental health symptoms
  • provide aid to those dealing with mental health symptoms, including:
    • Teens
    • Young Adults,
    • Veterans
    • Active Duty Military Personnel,
    • Law Enforcement &
    • LGBTQ
Nine Star Education & Employment ServicesThey
Provident LivingThey
Red CrossThey
  • Host blood drives for Disasters & Disaster Relief
  • Provide medical training services including CPR, AED, First Aid, etc.
Rent Assistanceprovides a directory of agencies that offer rental assistance to residents. This website allows you to do the following:
  • Find a Listing
  • Contact Agency
  • Apply for Assistance
Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc (RuralCAP)Description
  • They are a private, statewide, nonprofit organization working to improve the quality of life for low-income Alaskans.
  • They offer Early Childhood Development, Employment, Health & Well Being, Housing, Home-Improvement.
Standing Together Against Rape of Alaska (STAR)They
  • Have a mission to provide the best quality of crisis intervention, prevention, education, and advocacy services to victims of sexual trauma, their families, and our community.
  • Provide crisis intervention and support, recovering from sexual assault, medical issues
  • Provide explanations of the criminal justice system and what to expect when you report the crime
  • Provide other resources in the area, information for family & friends
Stone Soup GroupThey
  • Provide aid to parents raising special needs children
  • Provide health care information and resources for parents, assists with paperwork and eligibility requirements
  • Host activities and training for parents and children
The ARC of AnchorageThey
  • Help people with intellectual disabilities
  • Fight for the rights of individuals with disabilities and their families
  • Raise awareness within the community about individuals with disabilities
United Way of AnchorageThey
  • advance the common good by mobilizing the caring power of the community. Focusing on education, income, and health
  • Assists children in staying and graduating from High School
  • Coordinate food drives
Volunteers of AmericaThey
  • Go wherever they are needed, and do whatever comes to hand.
  • Provide affordable housing,
  • Assist people with disabilities in securing basic needs
  • Assist homeless people with finding adequate housing
  • Provide behavioral and Mental health services
  • Provide children, youth, and family programs
Youth Exchange and Study (YES)They work with the Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange and Study Abroad (YES Abroad) program and provide competitive merit-based scholarships for U.S. citizens in secondary school (age 15-18½) to study for one academic year in select countries of strategic importance.
YWCA AlaskaThey

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