Downtown Anchorage, Alaska

Volunteers of America Alaska

Caring For Alaskans Is What We Do

Volunteers of America Alaska

509 West 3rd Avenue, Ste# 103
Anchorage, AK 99501
Volunteers of America Alaska, Alcohol Treatment Centers, Health and Beauty, Anchorage, Alaska

For over a century, the national nonprofit Volunteers of America has been improving one million lives every year. Their Anchorage location, Volunteers of America Alaska, was founded in 1981 with the mission of advancing social justice and helping the community’s most vulnerable people. Since then, they’ve been providing vital help to Alaskans who need it the most.

They focus on compassion, ethics, and sustainable results. In fact, this nonprofit organization has received a top rating by Charity Navigator, the nation’s largest charity evaluator, for achieving their mission efficiently and effectively. From alcohol and drug treatment to affordable housing, they ensure people receive a better quality of life for a lifetime.

affordable housing

The compassionate staff at Volunteers of America Alaska opens their arms to children, adolescents, families, and seniors in need. If you’re feeling hopeless, lost, or vulnerable, they encourage you not to give up. They will provide the help you need in a safe and comfortable environment.

Their range of effective programs includes the following:

  • Affordable Housing Program
  • Alcohol & Drug Treatment For Teens
  • Support For Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
  • Substance Abuse Outreach & Education
  • Prevention & Intervention Services
  • Restorative Justice Services

Not only do they rehabilitate those afflicted by addiction, poverty, and other life challenges, but they help prevent these issues from happening to other people as well.

If you support a better quality of life for Alaskans, you support Volunteers of America Alaska. If you or someone you know needs help, call a member of their compassionate staff at (907) 279-9634. If you would like to offer priceless support to your community, visit their website to donate or volunteer today. 

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