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Serving Alaska's Youth and Families

VOA Alaska provides mental, emotional, and behavioral well-being services to youth and their families at low or no cost.

We are here to help you. VOA Alaska offers a range of services in-person, in schools, in the community, and via telehealth. Based on the needs of your child or teen, our team strives to provide the right level of care at the right time.

Our Behavioral Health professionals educate and support youth struggling with substance misuse and mental health challenges, while also providing a safe space for healing.

Additionally, our Public Health team is on the front line of prevention, our Permanent Supportive Housing team serves our state’s most vulnerable youth, and our Kinship Family Program serves Alaskans raising relative children. 

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VOA Alaska provides mental, emotional, and behavioral well-being services to youth and their families at low or no cost.

We are here to help you. VOA Alaska offers a range of services in-person, in schools, in the community, and via telehealth. Based on the needs of your child or teen, our team strives to provide the right level of care at the right time.

Our Behavioral Health professionals educate and support youth struggling with substance misuse and mental health challenges, while also providing a safe space for healing.

Additionally, our Public Health team is on the front line of prevention, our Permanent Supportive Housing team serves our state’s most vulnerable youth, and our Kinship Family Program serves Alaskans raising relative children. 

Providing Quality Behavioral Health

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.

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.

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.

Helping Alaska's Kinship Families

VOA Alaska's one-of-a-kind, statewide Kinship Family Program provides resources and support for Alaskans caring for their family members' children.

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Focus on the Facts - Jordan Kamer, Health Educator at the Anchorage Health Department, shares how to stay safe during the ongoing pandemic, suggestions for managing screen time for you...

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