Supportive Shelter provides an alternative living arrangement for people who need extra supportive care towards living independently.
Provides supervision and extra care for those who are unable to live independently because of age, disability, addiction, mental illness, chronic homelessness, or other circumstances.
Supportive services normally include access to case management, housing support, work training, and more.
Supportive Housing in Anchorage
Rural Cap Housing:
- Road Home - (907)-279-2511 - Provides a comprehensive array of services to chronically homeless individuals with a primary diagnosis of substance abuse and high use of Anchorage Safety Center due to public inebriation.
- Safe Harbor Inn - (907) 644-8525 - Provide safe, secure, dignified housing for very low-income homeless families and individuals- especially those experiencing physical and mental disabilities.
- 325 E. Third St - (907) 865-7500 - Permanent supportive housing for homeless individuals experiencing mental and physical disabilities.
- Karluk Manor - Must be identified as a beneficiary of the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority. Must be known to be affected by chronic alcoholism, and must have an income below 30% of the area median income for a single person
- Sitka Place - (907) 868-7373 Provides permanent supportive housing for homeless individuals with serious mental illness. The goal is to provide housing support and assistance with recovery.
Map of Supportive Housing Locations in Anchorage
(See Map of Locations)