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As a direct-service non-profit organization, VOA Alaska has focused on serving Alaska’s most vulnerable since 1981.

Today, VOA Alaska provides a range of services to support the hope, health, and healing of every Alaskan. Our behavioral health professionals educate and support youth struggling with substance misuse and mental health conditions, while also providing a safe space for healing. Our permanent supportive housing team uses an evidence based, housing-first approach to navigate transitional youth to recovery by securing housing and building life skills. Our public health team is on the front line of prevention, working to strengthen and promote healthy communities. Our Kinship Family Program, the most comprehensive program like it in Alaska, serves families taking care of relative children.

Promoting
Healthy Communities

VOA Alaska's Public Health and Prevention team works to strengthen and promote healthy communities with programs such as PRIME for Life, Camp Hope, and the Adolescent Substance Misuse Prevention Coalition.

Treatment Services
for Youth

VOA Alaska's behavioral health professionals educate and support youth struggling with substance misuse and mental health conditions and teaches them tools to build and maintain strong, healthy futures.

Housing the
Most Vulnerable

VOA Alaska's Youth Permanent Supportive Housing team identifies the most vulnerable individuals experiencing homelessness between the ages of 18-24 and places them into permanent housing with supports.

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