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Call us at (907) 279-9640
or schedule a service online.

Call us at (907) 279-9640 or schedule a service online.

Empowering Alaska's Youth, Young Adults, and Families

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

Our strength-based and person-centered services promote wellness in all areas of a person’s life through mental health therapysubstance use counselingfamily therapy and kinship caresupportive housing, and residential treatment.

We are in schools, in the community, and supporting Alaskans statewide via telehealth.

As a non-profit, these services are offered at low- or no-cost, and no one is ever turned away due to an inability to pay.

Don’t see a form above? Click here to schedule a service with VOA Alaska. 

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

VOA Alaska’s strength-based and person-centered services promote wellness in all areas of a person’s life through mental health therapy, substance use counselingfamily therapy and kinship care, supportive housing, and residential treatment.

We are in schools, in the community, and supporting Alaskans statewide via telehealth.

As a non-profit, these services are offered at low- or no-cost, and no one is ever turned away due to an inability to pay.

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Providing Quality Behavioral Health

Empowering youth to address their substance use and/or mental health challenges with a continuum of treatment options in a safe, supportive, and caring environment.

Promoting Healthy Communities

Advocating for policy changes alongside community partners and leaders to address youth substance use with the VOA-led Anchorage Adolescent Substance Misuse Prevention Coalition.

Housing the Most Vulnerable

Ending the experience of houselessness for young adults through affordable housing, mental health and wellness services, peer support, and life-skills development.

Strengthening Alaska's Families

Supporting all families with youth enrolled in VOA Alaska’s care through education, intervention, home-based services, and family therapy; with additional supports for Kinship Caregivers.

Read the Latest News and Stories from VOA Alaska

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Beyond ‘good.’ How are you, really?

In our May Newsletter, we provide tips for speaking with youth about their mental health and celebrate a new partnership to expand our day treatment program!