The Fairbanks Rescue Mission provides a variety of services including: emergency shelter, case management, veterans' services, substance abuse recovery services, and will soon provide Permanent Supportive Housing.
The Interior Alaska Center for Non-Violent Living provides a variety of confidential services including: emergency shelter, domestic violence prevention programs, support for victims of domestic violence, batterer intervention programs, Transitional Housing, Permanent Supportive Housing, and legal advocacy.
Bread Line Inc. provides a number of services including the Stone Soup Cafe and the Stone's Throw culinary training program.
The Fairbanks Community Food Bank collects and distributes over two million pounds of food per year for individuals and families in need throughout the greater Fairbanks area.
Tanana Chiefs Conference offers an incredible number of community services for Fairbanks and the 42 villages TCC serves. Some of these services include: Permanent Supportive Housing (Housing First), Sobering Center, healthcare services, employment training/ placement, homelessness preventative services, case management, educational opportunities, etc.
The Fairbanks Native Association provides an enormous amount of community services for Fairbanks and the surrounding area. These services include: housing, behavioral health management, outpatient and inpatient substance abuse treatment, elder services, educational opportunities, tribal home services, and employment services
The Fairbanks Youth Advocates provide emergency shelter and counseling for youth ages 12-18.
SOAP reaches out to 10- to 21-year-olds who are at high risk of becoming homeless, or who are currently homeless or have run away from home to provide them with the support and guidance they need.
Presbyterian Hospitality House works to correct the problems of Alaska’s troubled youth and families so that they may contribute to the social and financial well being of their community.
The McKinney-Vento Education for Homeless Children and Youth Program is designed to address the problems that homeless children and youth have faced in enrolling, attending, and succeeding in school.
Love In the Name of Christ provides several services including the Clearinghouse, which is the premiere service directory in the region. The Clearinghouse connects homeless and at risk individuals and families with the appropriate resources help them remain or become independent. Love INC also provides relational ministry, direct assistance, and GAP ministry.
The Salvation Army provides community services that includes: youth programs, food boxes, rental assistance, and counseling.
IAA's mission is to reduce the spread of HIV by providing meaningful and effective education and prevention services to individuals and groups who may be at increased risk; and to improve the quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS by providing early intervention, case management, and other support services.
No Limits Inc. provides Permanent Supportive Housing, case management, and employment services for individuals reentering the community following an incarceration.
Restore Inc. provides a variety of life counseling services including: reentry counseling, parenting skills development, and employment training
The Reentry Coalition assists Returning Citizens gain employment, housing, and the supportive care they need to avoid recidivism and achieve independence. The Reentry Coalition works closely with No Limits Inc. and Restore Inc.
AHFC is the primary distributor of housing vouchers in Alaska. They offer numerous vouchers, grants, training, and support. Local Office: (907) 456-3738
IRHA works in partnership with Tribes of the Doyon region to improve rural and urban housing conditions through planning, design and affordable and safe construction and to seek opportunities to promote community self-sufficiency through energy and infrastructure advocacy and community projects.
The Fairbanks Resource Agency is a community-based nonprofit organization dedicated to providing supportive services, housing, referrals, employment and information for individuals who experience a disability.
Access Alaska provides independent living services to people who experience a disability.
Improved health care delivery systems for substance dependent individuals.
FCMH promotes recovery and wellness by providing consumer-driven behavioral health care services.
A 152-bed hospital, FMH serves patients from throughout the Interior of Alaska and provides care in more than 27 specialties.
Turning Point Counseling Services provides high quality treatment to those suffering from Mental Illness and/or Addiction.
The Fyndout Free Clinic offers pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, parenting classes, information, supplies, and advocacy.
A coalition of diverse and caring Alaskans who represent or are a part of various coalitions, organizations and/or sectors in the Fairbanks North Star Borough.
A community family center to empower families and improve their quality of life.
The NSCF is a local Non-Profit Organization that operates exclusively for charitable purposes as a 501(c) (3) designed to aid and assist the general welfare of the citizens of Fairbanks and the North Star Borough.
The Golden Heart Community Foundation provides a vehicle in which the people in the Fairbanks, North Pole, and surrounding regions can support the organizations and causes that they care for most.
The Fairbanks North Star Borough provides a number of public functions, including services related to economic growth and public transportation.
In addition to providing numerous public services, the City of Fairbanks is a strong supporter of the Fairbanks Housing & Homeless Coalition. Additionally Fairbanks' Housing & Homeless Coordinator's office is in City Hall (800 Cushman Street).
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