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.
Description: Child Care and Family Resources (CCFR) provides leadership in developing, maintaining and advocating for services that keep children safe and strengthen and enhance the health, harmony and self-sufficiency of families. Most CCFR services are provided in a “wall-less agency,” not in a traditional office setting. Services are provided in the home and community, wherever families are.
Child Care Assistance Program – aids low to medium income families with the cost of child care as they work or participate in approved education or training programs. The goal of the program is to ensure that safe, healthy, quality child care is affordable and accessible to all of Alaska’s children and families.
S.A.F.E. Child Advocacy Center – NOTE: Referrals to the S.A.F.E. Child Advocacy Center (CAC) must come through a law enforcement agency or Office of Children’s Services (OCS).
Description: The S.A.F.E. CAC is a program of Catholic Community Service (CCS) which provides a quality, multidisciplinary and legally defensible investigation and support services to victims of child abuse. The S.A.F.E. CAC facility offers a non-threatening, child-focused environment where consultation, forensic interviews, medical exams, crisis intervention, case management, advocacy and educational services are available to victims and families using a multidisciplinary team approach.
Partner Agencies: Bartlett Regional Hospital, Office Of Children’s Services, Division of Juvenile Justice, Juneau Police Department, Alaska State Troopers, State of Alaska District Attorney’s Office, Attorney General’s Office, Aiding Women in Abuse and Rape Emergencies (AWARE), Tlingit and Haida Tribal Family and Youth Services, Juneau School District, and the Federal Bureau of Investigations
Location: 1803 Glacier Highway, Juneau, AK 99801
Contact: (907) 463-6157
For the most current information, visit their website at: https://www.ccsjuneau.org/safe-child-advocacy-center.html
Description: The Juneau School District Student Services Department has five psychologists who assist with evaluation and screening of students who may need special services. You may also contact your child’s school counselor(s) for mental health support and resources. The Student Services Department is implementing the “Signs of Suicide (SOS)” Program, which provides mental health awareness and promotes suicide prevention as well as screen for mental health concerns. The program also helps families access appropriate treatment resources as needed. For more information on the SOS Program go to the “SOS High School Curriculum” tab on the left side of the Juneau Suicide Prevention home page http://juneausuicideprevention.org/.
Location: Juneau Schools
Hours: School Hours
Contact: To contact our psychologists call the Student Services Office at 780-2069
For the most current information, visit their website at: http://sped.juneauschools.org/
Description: Juneau Youth Services began operations in 1961. They provide a full array of emergency, assessment/out-patient, school-based and residential services for children and youth ages 3 through 21, who have mental health and/or substance use issues. A summary of their services is provided below:
Cornerstone Emergency and Transition Services
- Cornerstone Shelter (789-7654)
- Overnight shelter for youth ages 10 to 19 who need a time out or safe place to stay.
- Skill development and therapy services.
- Transitional Living Program (523-6688)
- Transitional living apartments for youth ages 16 to 21.
- Skill development and therapy.
Assessment and Outpatient Programs (789-4733)
- Assessment Center Services
- Comprehensive assessments addressing mental health and substance abuse.
- Psychiatric assessments and medication management.
- Substance Use Program
- Outpatient counseling services for youth with alcohol and drug use problems
- Family Outpatient Program
- Individual and family therapy for youth with mental health concerns.
- In-class support as well as before/after-school skill development and therapy services.
- Services available in most elementary and middle schools.
- Walk-in counseling available to high school students through the Teen Health Center.
Long-term Residential Programs
- Montana Creek
- 15 bed program for boys ages 12 to 18 with behavioral and/or substance use problems.
- 15 bed program for girls ages 12 to 18 with behavioral and/or substance use problems.
Contact: (907) 789-7610
For the most current information, visit their website at: www.jys.org (Updated 6/19)
Description: NAMI Juneau provides quality programs to help inform,
empower, and support individuals experiencing a mental health condition and
their family members. For parents and family caregivers who have a child or
adolescent experiencing mental health symptoms or emotional distress, a
six-week education program called NAMI Basics is offered twice per year.
Referrals, education programs, and ongoing support groups are offered free
Location: 9000 Glacier Highway, Suite 201, Juneau, AK
Address: 9000 Glacier Highway, Suite 201, Juneau, AK
Contact: Crystal Bourland, Executive Director
Phone: (907) 463-4251
Fax: (907) 500-9914
For the most current information, visit their website at: www.namijuneau.org