Juneau Community Resources

AEYC (Association for the Education of Young Children)

AEYC’s Mission: “With a cohesive voice, our membership encourages excellence through leadership, advocacy and education, for the needs and rights of all young children in our communities.”
Website: http://www.aeyc-sea.org/
Email: info@aeyc-sea.org
Location: 3100 Channel Dr., Suite 215, (Juneau Empire Building, floor 2N)
Phone: (907) 789-1235

AWARE - Aiding Women in Abuse and Rape Emergencies

About: AWARE exists to provide safe shelter and supportive services for women and children who have been subject to domestic or sexual violence; and to effect the social, political and legal changes needed to eliminate oppression and violence against women and children. AWARE is located in Juneau, Alaska. AWARE provides services in all of the following Southeast Alaska communities: Elfin Cove, Gustavus, Haines, Hoonah, Juneau, Klukwan, Pelican, Skagway, Tenakee Springs, Yakutat.
Website: http://www.awareak.org/
Office Phone: (907) 586-6623
Prevention Office: (907) 586-4902
Crisis Line: (907) 586-1090

Bartlett Regional Hospital

About: Bartlett Regional Hospital’s mission is to provide its community with quality, patient-centered care in a sustainable manner.
Website: 
http://www.bartletthospital.org/
Address: 3260 Hospital Drive, Juneau, AK 99801
Phone: (907) 796-8900

Big Brothers Big Sisters

About: Big Brothers Big Sisters’s mission is to provide children (6 – 17) facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
Website: http://www.bbbsak.org
Phone: (907) 586-3350

Catholic Community Services of Juneau

About: Catholic Community Service (CCS) is a comprehensive, mission-driven social service agency dedicated to reaching out to persons and families in need throughout Southeast Alaska. Our desire to serve others is at the heart of our mission and is rooted in Catholic Social Teachings. CCS provides an array of quality services ranging from children and families, seniors and adults with disabilities, and to people who need in-home care and/or end-of-life palliative care. CCS provides services in three main areas:
1.) Seniors and adults with disabilities
2.) Children and families
3.) Hospice and Home Care
Website: http://www.ccsjuneau.org
Phone: (907) 463-6100

Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska (Central Council)

About: Central Council is a tribal government representing nearly 30,000 Tlingit and Haida Indians worldwide. Central Council is a sovereign entity and has a government to government relationship with the United States.

Central Council’s headquarters are in Juneau, Alaska but our commitment to serving the Tlingit and Haida people extends throughout the United States

Central Council offers a variety of family-centered services focused on promoting and supporting safe and stable families. These services assist individuals in attaining the education and skills necessary to support healthy lifestyles, develop meaningful careers and engage in the traditional activities of their communities.

Services include information and referral, case management, financial assistance, foster and child care, training, vocational rehabilitation, nutrition and other supportive services. The programs are designed to address immediate and long term needs associated with family well-being and financial self-sufficiency.

Services are provided in collaboration with tribes and key state, local, faith-based and private agency partners. The programs are supported jointly, through contracts and agreements with private, local, state and federally funded agencies, with the majority of resources generated from federal grants.

Website: http://www.ccthita.org/
Phone: (907) 586-1432

Denali KidCare - Alaska's Children's Health Insurance Program

About: DenaliKidCare is a State of Alaska program designed to ensure that children and teens of both working and non-working families can have the health insurance they need. Denali KidCare provides excellent health insurance coverage for children and teens through age 18, and for pregnant women who meet income guidelines.
Website: http://dhss.alaska.gov/dhcs/Pages/denalikidcare/default.aspx
Phone: 1-888-318-8890

Gastineau Human Services

About: Gastineau Human Services is a private non-profit behavioral health agency in Juneau, Alaska dedicated to providing the socially stigmatized of Southeast Alaska opportunities to gain the skills and lifestyles necessary to better themselves and their community. Our programs are built on the belief that each individual is responsible for his or her own behavior and that all persons are deserving of equal opportunity. Each human being, regardless of present condition and inherited characteristics, has the potential for positive change. GHS provides services in the following areas:
1.) Behavioral Health Services
2.) Transitional Housing
3.) Community Corrections
Website: http://www.ghscorp.org/
Email: info@ghscorp.org
Phone: 
(907) 780-4338

Juneau Alliance for Mental Health, Inc. (JAMHI)

Description: The Juneau Alliance for Mental Health, Inc. (JAMHI) has provided quality community based mental health services in Juneau since 1985. JAMHI develops individualized mental health treatment plans to meet the specific needs of clients while helping them live in the community where they can be close to and receive the support of friends and family. JAMHI is committed to the philosophy of psychiatric rehabilitation. JAMHI provides the following broad range of services and support: Emergency Services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; Case Management and Support Services; Residential Support Services; Rehabilitation Services; Clinical and Psychiatric Assessments; and Medication Management.
Location: 3406 Glacier Highway, Juneau AK 99801
Hours: 24 hours 7 days a week (After normal business hours you may get an answering service who will call an on call clinician to help you.)
Email: info@jamhi.org
Contact: (907) 463-3303
For the most current information, visit their website at: www.jamhi.org
(Updated 06/16)

Juneau Parks and Recreation

About: Juneau Parks and Recreation’s mission statement is to enhance the quality of life in Juneau, the Parks and Recreation Department will deliver a high level of guest service with cost effective operations provided by highly engaged employees. Some of the parks and recreation’s programs/facilities include: Adult and Youth Sports, Augustus Brown Swimming Pool and the Diamond Park Aquatic Center, Jensen-Olsen Arboretum, Treadwell Ice Arena.
Website: http://www.juneau.org/parkrec/
Phone: (907) 586-5226

Juneau School District

About: Juneau School District’s mission: In Juneau we are all partners in providing each student with the skills, knowledge, and attitudes to be a contributing citizen in a changing world.
Website: http://www.juneauschools.org/
Phone: (907) 523-1772

Juneau Youth Services

About: Juneau Youth Services (JYS) is a comprehensive behavioral health provider for children and youth, and their families. JYS offers services in the following areas: Assessments, Treatment Foster Care, Chemical Dependency, Residential and Family Outpatient Programs, School Based Services.
Website: http://www.jys.org
Email: assessment@jys.org
Phone: (907) 789-8443

Love In the Name of Christ - (Love INC)

About: Love INC is a network of caring, Christian churches in the greater Juneau area committed to helping individuals and families with spiritual, physical, and emotional needs.
Website: http://www.loveincjuneau.org/
Phone: (907) 780-4090
Hours: Love INC is Open Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM and Tuesday evening from 7:00 – 8:30 PM.

National Alliance of Mental Illness - (NAMI)

About: NAMI Juneau’s mission is to provide advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals affected by mental illness can build better lives. We offer free, peer-driven education courses to individuals experiencing mental illness, as well as education and support to family members, friends and the greater community. These programs are free, delivered by trained peers or individuals with lived experience and are designed to facilitate a better understanding of mental illness, increase coping skills and empower participants to become better advocates. 

Peer-to-Peer: 10-session course for anyone experiencing a mental health condition. Next course September 2015.
Family-to-Family: Award-winning 12-session program for family members caring for a loved one living with mental illness. Next course October 2015.
NAMI Basics: 6-session course for parents, foster parents or guardians caring for a child/teen experiencing emotional or behavioral challenges. 
Family Support Group: 1st & 3rd Thursdays of the month from 5:30-7pm at the NAMI Juneau office. 

Inside Passages: monthly forums featuring a variety of topics and speakers on mental health & wellness. Held on the second Tuesday of the month from 5:15-6:45, Sept – May at the Bartlett Admin Board Room

Please visit NAMI’s website for upcoming programs and events.

Website: www.namijuneau.org
Email: namijuneau@gmail.com
Phone: (907) 463-4251
Facebook: www.facebook.com/namijuneaualaska

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence - (NCADD)

About: National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence is wheelchair accessible via an elevator located in the basement.  Please let us know in advance if you need assistance accessing our building.  National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence is dedicated to providing accessible services to everybody.  Please contact us and let us know how we can accommodate you.

The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Juneau Affiliate (NCADDJ), a 501(c)(3) private nonprofit voluntary health organization, has been providing alcohol and other drug education, prevention, intervention, and outreach services since first incorporating in 1965, and outpatient treatment services beginning in 2012.  Our mission statement is “to provide education, information, help and hope in the fight against alcoholism and other drug addictions.”  
Website: 
http://www.ncaddjuneau.org 
Email: kchapman@ncaddjuneau.org
Phone:
(907) 463-3755 (also a 24 crisis intervention hotline)
Location: 211 4th Street #100, Juneau, Alaska 99801 

REACH, INC

About: REACH offers programs that provide housing, independent living, respite for caregivers, grants, job coaching and skill development, employment, developmental screenings and assessments, education, information and referrals to children and adults with developmental delays or disabilities throughout the northern part of Southeast Alaska. REACH has offices in: Haines and staff in Petersburg. From these locations, services are available to residents of Skagway, Hoonah, Wrangell, Yakutat, and other communities.
Website: http://www.reachak.org
Phone:
(907) 586-8228
Fax: (907) 586-8226
Location: 213 Third Street Juneau, AK 99801

Southeast Alaska Independent Living - (SAIL)

About: SAIL’s seeks to inspire personal independence. SAIL empowers elders and people with disabilities by providing services and information to support them in making choices that will positively affect their independence and productivity in society.

ORCA (Outdoor Recreation and Community Access) is the adaptive sports and recreation program of SAIL. Our purpose is to promote inclusive recreation and adaptive outdoor pursuits for Southeast Alaskan’s who experience disabilities. We maintain three offices–one in Juneau, one in Ketchikan and one in Sitka. Services include community access and inclusion opportunities, an adaptive ski and snowboard school, youth and transition recreation services, adaptive outdoor pursuits, adaptive equipment for loan, classes and courses, and multi-day domestic and international trips.

Website: http://www.sailinc.org
Email: info@sailinc.org 
SAIL Phone: 
(907) 586-4920
Toll Free Phone: 1-800-478-SAIL (1-800-478-7245)
ORCA Phone: (907) 586-0104
Location: 3225 Hospital Drive, Suite 300, Juneau, AK 99801

Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium - (SEARHC)

About: SEARHC is a non-profit tribal health consortium of 18 Native communities which serves the health interests of the Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshian, and other Native people of Southeast Alaska. We are one of the oldest and largest Native-run health organizations in the nation. SEARHC provides comprehensive behavioral and primary health care services. SEARHC offers services in the following community: Angoon, Craig, Haines, Hoonah, Hydaburg, Juneau, Kake, Kasaan. Klawock, Klukwan, Pelican, Petersburg, Sitka, Skagway, Thorne Bay, Wrangell, and Yakutat.
Website: http://www.searhc.org/
Phone: (907) 463-4000

Zach Gordon Youth Center

About: The mission of the Zach Gordon Youth Center is to provide a safe and respectful home away from home where youth can develop healthy lifestyles.

The center is available to youth up to age 20 for drop in fun, for good eats and for supportive services and connection. Have a need and don’t know where to turn? Come see us, we’ll get you connected and we’re always available to listen. Want to meet other kids, play pool, or learn to rock climb? Come see us! Need dinner? We’ve got you covered!

Website: http://www.juneau.org/parkrec/youthcenter/
Phone: (907) 586-2635
Location: 396 Whittier Ave. Juneau, AK 99801