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Addiction (6)

  • Alcohol and Drug Information School

    A certified program is provide to educate adults found to be driving while impaired or to juveniles involved in underage drinking. The goal is to provide individuals with information that will prevent them from re-offending.

  • Alcoholics Anonymous

    Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking.

  • Alcohol Safety Action and Juvenile Alcohol Safety Action Programs (ASAP & JASAP)

    Provided as an intervention program, ASAP addresses driving offenses involving a mind altering substance. Individuals found guilty of a driving offense are screened and referred to a treatment program for an assessment with treatment to follow if the assessment indicates treatment is needed, or individuals are referred to an alcohol/driving training program. Staff provides client monitor for the program participants to assure clients comply with the recommendations.

  • Gateway/Akeela outpatient treatment

    The Gateway Center for Human Services provides outpatient services for men, women and juveniles. Service for clients assessed at the ASAM I to II.1 level are provided along with continuing care following treatment.

  • Kar House inpatient treatment

    This program serves clients who are assessed at an ASAM III.1 to III.5 level. It is long-term treatment based on the individual progress of each client. KAR House is a small, 15 beds, co-ed program that provides a modified Therapeutic Community modality of therapy, and services for co-occurring disorders.

  • Narcotics Anonymous

    Our mission as an organization is to communicate to addicts in the community that we may be able to help them learn to live drug-free, recover from the effects of drug addiction, and establish stable, productive lifestyles.

Churches (5)

  • First United Methodist Church

    The mission of the United Methodist Church is to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.

  • Ketchikan Presbyterian Church

    Sharing God's love with every race and culture.

  • Lighthouse Church of God

    Lighthouse Church Of God Inc is a Pentecostal church in Ketchikan Alaska.

  • Seventh-Day Adventist Church

    The Ketchikan Seventh-day Adventist Church is part of a world-wide organization with more than 15 million members in countries around the world. We would be happy to have you join us in worship.

  • St. John's Episcopal Church

    St. John's is an historical Episcopal Church reaching out in love to all believers. We celebrate, through Christ, our colorful differences in this transient community. God's powers in our many gifts is reflected through worship, education, ministry, and example.

Disability (4)

  • Consumer Direct

    Consumer Direct has been providing self-directed in-home care across Alaska since 2001. We work with Alaska Medicaid, insurance carriers, and other payers to arrange for a variety of health-related supports so Alaskans who are disabled can remain safely in their homes or at their jobs.

  • Cornerstone Home Care

    Providing personal care, respite, chore, supported living, day habilitation, and VA services for individuals who choose to live independently in their home and community.

  •  Disability Services- Community Connections

    Assisting people with developmental disabilities, adults with physical disabilities to achieve their life goals and remain in the community of their choice.

  • Southeast Independent Living

    Independent Living is a philosophy and a movement of people with disabilities who work for self-determination, equal opportunities and self-respect.

Education (2)

  • Ketchikan Public Library

    The purpose of the Ketchikan Public Library is to provide informational, educational, and recreational materials and services for the people of the City of Ketchikan and the Ketchikan Gateway Borough. This is accomplished through development, maintenance, and promotion of materials, physical spaces, and programs responsive to the diverse interests and needs of our community.

  • Tlingit & Haida Head Start

    Tlingit & Haida Head Start is a free federal program for preschool children from low-income families. The program respectfully nurtures families and their children to grow, participate in life with confidence and awareness, and use their strengths to reach their full potential.

Employment (2)

  • Alaska Job Center Network

    State of Alaska Department of Labor sponsors the Alaska Job Center Network which helps connect employees to employers featuring the Alexsys Job Bank.

  • Employment Services Program

    The Employment Services program strives to provide education and training opportunities for eligible applicants that will enhance job skills to find and retain a job leading to self-sufficiency.

Family (9)

  • Akeela Pregnant Women and Women with Children

    Women who are pregnant and women with children who are experiencing substance use addiction issues and are assessed at an ASAM II.1 level are treated through the outpatient substance use program. Referrals to the program come from the Office of Children’s Services, Women in Safe Housing, Ketchikan Indian Community, and the Ketchikan Public Health Department. Service is approximately three months followed by aftercare services.

  • Alaska Temporary Assistance Program (ATAP)

    The Alaska Temporary Assistance Program (ATAP) provides cash assistance and work services to low-income families with children to help them with basic needs while they work toward becoming self-sufficient.

  • Children’s Mental Health- Community Connections

    Children’s Mental health has a dedication to working in partnership with families and the community to provide appropriate therapeutic support services to help children, adolescents and their parents to reach their highest potential.

  • Early Learning Program- Community Connections

    The Early Learning Program of Community Connections is a home-based, family-centered early intervention program for families and caregivers of young children ages birth to three.

  • Love In Action

    Provides groceries, household items, linen, toiletries, diapers, kitchen items, and furniture as available to families and individuals who are in need, homeless or near homeless. They also help with rent & utility assistance for individuals and families who have an eviction notice or utility cut-off notice who have regular monthly income and have come up against unexpected situations. Clients who are homeless at time of placement - homeless means living in a shelter, with friends/family, in a car/boat/shed or anywhere else that is uninhabitable.

  • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Food Stamps)

    The Alaska Food Stamp Program provides food benefits to low-income households.

  • Wee Blessings (Seventh-Day Adventist Church

    Wee Blessings serves those in need of clothing, toys, and other household needs. Wee Blessing is located in the basement and open Sundays from Noon to 4 PM.

  • Women Infant Children (WIC)

    To safeguard the health of low-income women, infants, and children up to age 5 who are at nutrition risk by providing nutritious foods to supplement diets, information on healthy eating, and referrals to health care.

  • Women in Safe Homes (WISH)

    Women In Safe Homes is a grassroots organization that has been promoting zero tolerance for violent crimes and advocating for victim rights in Ketchikan and the rural communities of Southeast Alaska for over 25 years.

Food (3)

  • Food Pantry with Fresh Produce

    The Ketchikan Presbyterian Church hosts a food pantry every Friday at 12pm

  • Lord's Table

    The Lord’s Table, involves members of several local churches who feed those in need; those who just need a little extra help to make it through the month. This meal is provided every Sunday at 3pm at St. Johns Episcopal Church

  • Salvation Army- Gateway Corps

    Soup Kitchen Meal provided Monday-Friday at 12:30. Clothing, furniture vouchers, and food boxes available Monday-Friday 10-12.

Health (5)

  • Diabetes Education

    PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center Diabetes Education Services provides one-on-one counseling as well as group classes to assist diabetic patients in self-managing their diabetes.

  • Gateway Center for Humane Services

    Gateway serves as a full-service community mental health service for the rural, southeastern section of the State of Alaska. General services include: adult and couples services, individual and group therapy, and rehabilitation services. Special programs include services for children with severe emotional disabilities who receive full family services including in-school and wrap around services. Also provided are community support programs for seriously mentally ill adults including a drop-in day-treatment program.

  • Hansen's Homecare

    Hansen's Homecare is an in home medical supplier.

  • PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center

    PeaceHealth Medical Group offers virtually every kind of care you or your loved ones might need, including Primary Care for common ailments and routine check-ups to Specialty Care for very specific needs.

  • Public Health

    The public health center and its staff promote strong community involvement with health care in the Ketchikan community.

Housing (3)

Legal (1)

  • Alaska Legal Services

    ALS assists clients who are facing critical civil legal issues ranging from consumer law, family law, housing problems, public benefits, healthcare complications, Alaska Native law, and other areas specific to veterans or the elderly. To find out more about the services we offer for a specific issue, including: Alaska Native Law Consumer Domestic Violence Elder Advocacy Family Law Health Housing Public Benefits Veterans.

Safety (8)

  • Alaska State Troopers

    The mission of the Division of Alaska State Troopers is to preserve the peace, enforce the law, prevent and detect crime, and protect life and property.

  • Coast Gaurd

    The Coast Guard’s Core Values of Honor, Respect, and Devotion to Duty are guiding principles for all service members.

  • Ketchikan Fire Department

    The Ketchikan Fire Department is dedicated to our community through safety, service, and excellence.

  • Ketchikan Police

    It is the mission of the Ketchikan Police Department, together with all the residents of the City, to make our community a safe place within which to live and work.

  • Ketchikan Volunteer Rescue Squad

    The Ketchikan Volunteer Rescue Squad shall operate as a non-profit all volunteer organization formed to conduct wilderness search, rescue and recovery missions in the southeast region of Alaska.

  • North Tongass Fire Department

    The North Tongass Volunteer Fire Department is dedicated to saving lives and property from fires, medical emergencies, and other disasters. Department members stand ready to respond to all those who live, work, or simply pass through the community and are dedicated to providing this service in the safest and most cost efficient manner possible.

  • Office of Children's Services

    The Office of Children’s Services works in partnership with families and communities to support the well-being of Alaska’s children and youth.

  • South Tongass Fire Department

    The South Tongass Volunteer Fire Department is dedicated to saving lives and property as a result of fires, medical emergencies, and other disasters. Our members stand ready to respond to all those who live, work, or simply pass through our community and are dedicated to providing this service in the safest and most cost efficient manner possible.

Senior (10)

  • Adult Protective Services

    Adult Protective Services helps to prevent or stop harm from occurring to vulnerable adults. Alaska law requires that protective services not interfere with the elderly or disabled adults who are capable of caring for themselves.

  • Aging and Disability Resource Center-SAIL

    SAIL is an Aging and Disability Resource Center. An ADRC is a one stop resource center where seniors, people with disabilities and their caregivers can get complete information about long-term services and supports to live as independently as possible in the community and setting of their choice.

  • American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)

    We’re here to help people age 50 and above share resources, support each other, and help build an even stronger community. From practical resources like job, health, and financial workshops, to fun activities and events, AARP is listening to people 50-plus in and providing opportunities to connect. We hope you’ll join us!

  • Consumer Direct

    Consumer Direct has been providing self-directed in-home care across Alaska since 2001. We work with Alaska Medicaid, insurance carriers, and other payers to arrange for a variety of health-related supports so Alaskans who are disabled can remain safely in their homes or at their jobs.

  • Cornerstone Home Care

    Providing personal care, respite, chore, supported living, day habilitation, and VA services for individuals who choose to live independently in their home and community.

  • Home Health and Volunteer Hospice- PeaceHealth Ketchikan Medical Center

    The mission of Ketchikan Volunteer Hospice is to provide quality hospice care to our community, striving to relieve suffering in the terminally ill and their families

  • Office of the Long Term Care Ombudsman

    Under federal and state law, the Ombudsman is charged with protecting the rights, safety and welfare of older persons residing in assisted living and nursing homes.

  • Rendezvous Senior Day Services

    The intent of the Rendezvous Senior Day Service is primarily two-fold: To provide older adults and people with disabilities an opportunity to get out of the house and receive both mental and social stimulation. To give caregivers a much needed break in which to attend to personal needs, or simply rest and relax.

  • Senior and Disability Services- Community Connections

    Assisting people with developmental disabilities, adults with physical disabilities, and seniors to achieve their life goals and remain in the community of their choice.

  • Southeast Senior Services

    Promote the health, independence and quality of life of seniors in Southeast Alaska through the delivery of quality services and the development of community resources.

Support (5)

  • Bereavement (Grief) Support Group

    Biannual 9 week course on grief offered once in the spring and again in the fall. Check the Ketchikan Volunteer Hospice Facebook for more information.

  • Low Vision and Blindness Support Group

    Join Ketchikan SAIL for our Low Vision Support group. This group is open to any person, of any age, experiencing any type of low vision.

  • Mental Health Support Group

    Ketchikan Peer to Peer Support Group for depression, anxiety, PTSD, schizophrenia, and related challenges

  • The Compassionate Friends Support Group

    A support group for people who have lost a child no matter what age or how long ago.

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

    Join Ketchikan SAIL for our monthly Traumatic Brain Injury Support Group. Hear what works for others or share what works for you. Come and exchange stories among a supportive group of peers.

Tribal (13)

  • Alaska Native Brotherhood and Sisterhood Camp 14

    To assist and encourage the Native in his advancement from his Native state to his place among the cultivated areas of the world; to oppose, to discourage, and to overcome the narrow injustices of race prejudices; to commemorate the fine qualities of the Native race of North America and to preserve their story, lore, art and virtues.

  • Child Welfare

    The Tribal Family & Youth Services’ Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) program provides case management services to children and parents or guardians in communities served. Its purpose is to protect and maintain the integrity and rights of Alaska Native children, their families or custodians, and tribes in involuntary custody proceedings.

  • Elder Care Program

    The Elder Care Program provides support services for the Elders and Family Caregivers. Including advocacy and assistance with applications and Advanced Health Care Directives and Power of Attorney forms.

  • Elderly Caregiver Support Program

    The Elderly Caregiver Support program provides advocacy, information on available services, assistance in completing applications and forms, and making referrals for a tribal elder and family members who serve as a caregiver for a tribal elder/parent or relative who is seeking home care and senior services.

  • Elderly Emergency Assistance Program

    The Elderly Emergency Assistance program provides limited emergency financial assistance (per availability of funding) to tribal citizens 65 years of age and older who have urgent personal needs related to a disastrous event such as fire, death, illness or an extenuating circumstance such as utility shut-off notices, emergency medical need, or burial expenses.

  • Elderly Services Program

    The goal of the Elderly Services program is to promote health and wellbeing for tribal elders within Central Council’s service area (Douglas, Hydaburg, Juneau, and Saxman). The program assists tribal elders and family caregivers in accessing community services and resources. Program staff may also provide home visits to ensure an elder is safe in their home, and make appropriate referrals to help an elder maintain an independent lifestyle.

  • Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) Counseling

    Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) counseling is provided for individuals with FASD and their families to provide hope through education, screening, diagnosing, and making recommendations for effective interventions and treatment.

  • Ketchikan Indian Community

    Ketchikan Indian Community, working together, shall provide for the general well being of all Trival Members and beneficiaries through the carious programs and services provided by the Tribe.

  • Preserving Native Families (PNF)

    The Preserving Native Families (PNF) program provides intensive in-home, preventative services to tribal citizens whose children are at risk for out-of-home placement.

  • Tlingit and Haida Child Care

    The Child Care program strives to increase the availability of child care services to eligible tribal citizens residing in Southeast Alaska. The program provides grants to qualified applicants to help with the cost of child care. Families who work or are in training for more than 25 hours per week are encouraged to apply. In addition, we offer a Quality Improvement Program for providers to help with health and safety equipment, business licenses, and classroom training.

  • Tribal Child Support Unit (TCSU)

    The Tribe's 477 Tribal Child Support Unit (TCSU) strives to ensure that all eligible tribal children receive the financial and emotional support they deserve from both parents.

  • Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation (TVR)

    The Tribal Vocational Rehabilitation (TVR) program is a volunteer program that provides a step-by-step individualized plan for tribal members with disabilities when they are made eligible for TVR services.

  • Youth Employment Services (YES)

    The Youth Employment Services (YES) program assists eligible tribal youth between the ages of 14-24 to obtain summer employment in their community. YES provides participating youth with Job & Life Skills Workshops.

Youth (5)

  • Ketchikan Boys and Girls Club

    To empower and inspire the diverse youth of Alaska to reach their full potential by offering them hope, opportunity and a safe environment.

  • Ketchikan Youth Court

    The Ketchikan Youth Court is a Restorative Justice program in the State of Alaska. Our program is beneficial for everyone involved; from clients to members of the youth court bar association. Restorative Justice begins by bringing together the community to promote accountability through positive peer pressure.

  • Ketchikan Youth Initiative (KYI)

    Serving teens and young adults, ages 14-24. Youth-led activities, and adult-mentored leadership.

  • Residential Youth Care (RYC)

    Residential Youth Care (RYC) is behavioral health provider that offers community-based residential and outpatient clinical and therapeutic rehabilitation services to severely emotionally disturbed youth ages 10-19 experiencing a variety of emotional/behavioral disturbances and/or functional impairments in the home, school, and/or community.

  • Saxman Boys and Girls Club

    To empower and inspire the diverse youth of Alaska to reach their full potential by offering them hope, opportunity and a safe environment.