Tribal

NOTE: This is meant to be a comprehensive list of agencies that provide mental health services in Juneau, not an endorsement from the Juneau Suicide Prevention Coalition. This page provides information on various community agencies providing mental health services in Juneau. The vast majority will bill your insurance agency and a select few will bill Medicaid or Denali Kid Care. The agencies are listed by the population they serve and then in alphabetical order.

Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) (Primarily Native Americans)

Description: SEARHC Behavioral Health Services offers a wide range of behavioral health services with psychiatrists, clinical psychologists and behavioral health therapists on staff.

  • Children’s services
  • Individual, couples, and family therapy
  • Psychiatric assessments and medication management
  • Tele-behavioral health outreach services to outlying communities
  • Individual treatment for psychological trauma
  • Neurodevelopmental assessment and treatment for individuals with fetal alcohol conditions, autistic spectrum disorders, and speech/language or occupational therapy conditions that affect development
  • Residential substance abuse treatment programs
  • Substance abuse counseling and prevention services
  • Behavioral health counseling and prevention services

Location: 3245 Hospital Drive, Juneau AK 99801
Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm
Email: bhj@searhc.org
SEARHC Behavioral Health: (907) 364-4445
For the most current information, visit their website at: http://www.searhc.org
(Updated 5/2013)

Tribal Family and Youth Services - Tlingit and Haida Central Council

Description: Provides culturally sensitive services to assist in economic self-sufficiency and social well-being of tribal members, families, and tribal communities. Social Services programs ensure the entire needs of the family are taken into account when a crisis situation exists. Department staff deliver, or advocate for the delivery of, services that are appropriate to the nature of the social problem with cultural sensitivity given the Native family and environment in which the crisis occurs. Services include: maintaining the first line of defense in a system of services aimed at supporting, serving, and protecting children; and ultimately, striving to prevent the unwarranted breakup of Native families; providing adult services, both financial assistance and individual counseling, which are essential to easing personal crises; providing opportunities for self-development of clients receiving general assistance in order to enhance their employability; and upholding the pride of those needing financial assistance; delivering services to Tribal elders in a fashion which will ensure utilization of their knowledge and contributions toward the enrichment and preservation of the culture and heritage of the Alaska Native people.
Location: 320 W. Willoughby Avenue, Suite 300, Juneau, Alaska 99801
Contact: (907) 463-7169
For the most current information, visit their website at:www.ccthita.org/services/family/overview/index.html
(Updated 5/2013)