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Anchorage (15)
Barrow (1)
Bethel (2)
Copper Center (1)
Eagle River (1)
Fairbanks (8)
Fort Wainwright (1)
Healy (1)
Homer (1)
Juneau (3)
Kenai (2)
Ketchikan (2)
Kodiak (1)
Kotzebue (1)
Metlakatla (1)
Nenana (1)
Petersburg (1)
Seward (1)
Sitka (1)
Tok (1)
Unalaska (1)
Valdez (1)
Wasilla (3)
Wrangell (1)

Alaska Drug Rehab Centers

Valdez Counseling Center
Location: Valdez, AK - 99686
Contact Phone: (907) 835-2838
Website: http://alaska.providence.org/
Description: As People of Providence, we reveal God’s love for all, especially the poor and vulnerable, through our compassionate service. PVCC empowers our clients by creating an atmosphere of compassion, respect, and excellence, as they transform their lives and strengthen their connection and contribution to the community. PVCC staff includes an Administrative Director, a Psychiatrist, Licensed Professional Counselors, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Certified Chemical Dependency Counselors, and a Case Manager.
Bartlett Regional Hospital Rainforest Recovery Center
Location: Juneau, AK - 99801
Contact Phone: (907) 796-8654
Website: http://www.bartletthospital.org
Description: Rainforest Recovery Center (RRC) offers comprehensive treatment services for people with substance abuse, substance dependence, and other Addiction Disorders. At RRC, we know that addiction is treatable and success can be achieved when individuals take an active role in their personal recovery. At RRC, our clients receive individualized care. We provide a thorough understanding of alcoholism, drug addiction, and the addiction process and we help our clients develop a support system to stop the addiction process and prevent relapse. RRC offers residential and outpatient substance abuse/dependence treatment programs designed to help clients and their families achieve success. Rainforest accepts Medicaid and private insurance. We will also negotiate a sliding fee scale payment plan as needed.
Chemical Dependency Program Juneau Youth Services
Location: Juneau, AK - 99801
Contact Phone: (907) 523-6755
Website: http://www.jys.org/
Description: The Chemical Dependency Outpatient Program provides a 90 day (minimum) program including 8 weeks of group counseling. The program provides individualized treatment incorporating individual and group counseling for youth up to 18 years old. Other community agencies work in collaboration with the JYS Chemical Dependency program to support the client's needs in treatment. There are three levels of care within the Chemical Dependency Program including: Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient, and Aftercare. Treatment staff work with youth and families toward achieving sobriety and reducing harm by identifying and processing use patterns as well as healthy ways to cope with urges and stressors to use.
Center/us Army Meddac-ak Fort Wainwright Community Counseling
Location: Fort Wainwright, AK - 99703
Contact Phone: (907) 353-6059
Website: http://www.alaska.amedd.army.mil
Description: Prevent and treat substance abuse disorders by providing education, outpatient counseling or inpatient referral for soldiers. Provide consultation resource for unit commanders. Liaison with local military and civilian substance abuse resources . Scope of Practice: Evaluate soldiers referred for diagnostic assessment. Discuss evaluation results and treatment plans with unit commanders. Provide soldiers with an education program, a rehabilitation course, and/or Track I, II or III follow-up care services. Refer or encourage soldiers to participate in local AA and NA programs, medical evaluations, mental health services, social work services or other medical and community resources as deemed appropriate or necessary.
Nakenu Family Kenaitze Indian Tribe
Location: Kenai, AK - 99611
Contact Phone: (907) 335-7370
Website: http://www.kenaitze.org/
Description: Nakenu Family Center is a comprehensive behavioral health and chemical dependency treatment facility offering individual and family services to tribal members, Alaska Native and American Indian people, and members of the surrounding community. Behavioral health services include individual and family therapy, interactive play therapy for children, crisis intervention and a variety of other therapeutic groups. The Nakenu Chemical Dependency Recovery Program works with individuals and families whose lives have been affected by substance abuse and/or dependency. Early intervention, outpatient and continuing care services are available onsite, as well as assistance with transitions to residential treatment programs. Customers of Nakenu Family Center benefit from comprehensive assessments, treatment recommendations specific to individual needs, and support services to assist in successful outcomes. Care is provided in a culturally relevant environment and incorporates traditional activities such as arts and crafts, fishing, drumming and Talking Circles.
Services Substance Abuse Treatment Program North Slope Borough Dept Of Health Soc
Location: Barrow, AK - 99723
Contact Phone: (907) 852-0366
Website: http://www.north-slope.org/departments/health-social-services/behavioral-health-services/integrated-
Description: Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH) conducts both mental health and substance abuse assessments, individual and group counseling services, case management and referrals. IBH also provides 24-hour crisis intervention services.
Providence Breakthrough Providence Alaska Medical Center
Location: Anchorage, AK - 99508
Contact Phone: (907) 212-6970
Website: http://www.providence.org/Alaska
Description: Providence Breakthrough offers outpatient adults services and endorses the medical model of addiction and supports the 12 Step process of recovery. Our standard of care has been constantly evolving since our inception in 1989 and we have developed a clinical program which provides the premiere level of outpatient treatment for the state of Alaska. As a result of client, staff, and community input, treatment programs and clinical processes have been created which are client centered and team driven. Our Breakthrough therapists are certified in the field of addiction medicine.
Family Services Annette Island Service Unit
Location: Metlakatla, AK - 99926
Contact Phone: (907) 886-7491
Website: http://aisu.org/
Description: The Annette Island Service Unit offers primary comprehensive outpatient health care services to Alaska Natives and American Indians living in Metlakatla, Alaska. Sometimes stress and everyday problems can become too much. If you have problems with depression, alcohol, or drugs, if you think about harming yourself or others, or if you suffer from other mental health issues, the Community Services Program is available to provide mental health and substance abuse intervention and referral services. A staff member is usually available 24 hours a day for emergencies and crisis intervention.
Ralph Perdue Center
Location: Fairbanks, AK - 99701
Contact Phone: (907) 452-6251
Website: http://www.fairbanksnative.org
Description: The Ralph Perdue Center residential alcohol and drug rehabilitation program, short term with an average length of stay of 45 days. Treatment is a combination of education to remain drug and alcohol free by providing individual counseling, process groups and having consumers identify issues which led them to substance abuse and unhealthy lifestyles. Our residential program gives our consumers the opportunity to learn about and obtain treatment for their addiction in a safe, secure and structured environment. Outpatient treatment program offers culturally responsive counseling by offering both a low-level and more intense level of counseling to consumers. Treatment includes group and individual sessions using evidenced-based Best Practices methods to encourage long-term wellness. Our outpatient component provides either Standard Outpatient Treatment or Intensive Outpatient Treatment.
Dena A Coy Southcentral Foundation
Location: Anchorage, AK - 99508-2875
Contact Phone: (907) 729-5070
Website: https://www.southcentralfoundation.com/
Description: Dena A Coy Residential Treatment Program serves pregnant, parenting and non-parenting women who are experiencing problems related to alcohol and other drugs and experiencing emotional and psychological issues. Services include individual addiction and mental health counseling, case management, and group counseling. Group counseling addresses a range of topics including parenting, domestic violence, anger, relationships, symptom management, anxiety and depression, relapse prevention, community recovery skills, life skills and health and wellness. The duration of the program is related to the level of care and is clinically driven. Children under the age of 3 may be considered for admission with their mother.
Alcohol And Drug Abuse (cicada) Cook Inlet Council On Alcohol And Drug Abuse
Location: Kenai, AK - 99611
Contact Phone: (907) 283-3658
Website: http://cicadaalaska.weebly.com/
Description: We are a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center with a primary focus on substance abuse treatment. The abuse of alcohol, prescription medications and illegal drugs remains at epidemic proportions, affecting an estimated 28 million adults and young people, as well as their families and communities. The Cook Inlet Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Program (CICADA) provides comprehensive support for individuals who want to reduce their chemical dependency and regain control over their lives. Our treatment centers provide ongoing outpatient care. We have special groups and programs for adolescents, persons with co-occuring mental and substance abuse disorders, men, women, and teens, as well as, criminal justice groups. Special language services provided include assistance for hearing impaired. Payments via medicaid and private insurance are accepted.
Clitheroe Center Salvation Army
Location: Anchorage, AK - 99501
Contact Phone: (907) 276-2898
Website: http://www1.usw.salvationarmy.org/usw/www_usw_alaska2.nsf
Description: The Salvation Army Clitheroe Center is Alaska's largest comprehensive substance abuse and dual diagnosis treatment program. We provide professional and affordable treatment services to adults who are addicted to alcohol and other drugs. Our personalized programs of recovery offer clients and their families the opportunity to access services in a residential or outpatient setting. Clitheroe Residential Programs include residential services for men and women including a dual-diagnosis treatment program for individuals with mental health issues and assessments. The Outpatient Program provides family services, counseling, and support for those who would benefit from or have completed inpatient treatment or are not in need of inpatient treatment.
Maniilaq Recovery Center
Location: Kotzebue, AK - 99752
Contact Phone: (907) 442-7640
Website: http://www.maniilaq.org
Description: MRC (Maniilaq Recovery Center) provides a continuum of services to assist individuals diagnosed with the disease of addiction. MRC realizes that addiction is a family disease and offers support services to family members and loved ones as well as those individuals diagnosed with addiction.
Pribilof Counseling Center
Location: Saint Paul Island, AK - 99660
Contact Phone: (907) 546-2342
Website: http://www.apiai.org/
Description: BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROGRAMS - provide comprehensive substance abuse/mental health outpatient treatment, aftercare, outreach and prevention services, as well as, Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES). Psychiatric Emergency Services include crisis stabilization, crisis intervention, and assisting law enforcement and licensed medical providers with emergency detention orders to hold individuals needing further evaluation. Our BH program takes an integrated approach to meeting the needs of the clients and communities including suicide and domestic violence prevention efforts. The BH Program also oversees the State BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AIDE (BHA) PROGRAM. BHAs provide limited behavioral health services including, counseling for substance use disorders, mental health rehabilitation, and case management for the residents of Atka, Nikolski, Unalaska, St. Paul and St. George. This program is also responsible for the local Youth Coalition groups in Unalaska and St. Paul.
Ernie Turner Center - Cook Inlet Tribal Council
Location: Anchorage, AK - 99508
Contact Phone: (907) 550-2400
Website: http://citci.org/
Description: As the largest detoxification center in Anchorage and one of the state’s leading recovery service providers, the Ernie Turner Center (ETC) offers recovery and support services for drug and alcohol abuse. ETC operates within a “village of care” program model that provides an extended family environment where individuals work together toward recovery through cooperation and teamwork. At the core of the village structure are Alaska Native culture and values. Through daily work, and cognitive and behavioral therapy, participants gain valuable life skills for independent living. The program at ETC works with people who have addictions and, as a co-occurring disorder facility, also works with individuals who have mental health disorders. The average length of treatment is about six months.
Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center
Location: Anchorage, AK - 99503
Contact Phone: (907) 562-5408
Website: http://www1.usw.salvationarmy.org/usw/www_usw_alaska2.nsf/
Description: The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Program in Alaska provides housing, counseling, life skills education, spiritual development and work therapy for men who are struggling to overcome challenges and difficult circumstances resulting from the effect of substance abuse. The Adult Rehabilitation Center is rooted in a long history of fighting addiction. For over 100 years The Salvation Army has been fighting alcoholism in its 119 United States based adult rehabilitation centers (ARC). This ministry began in 1865 when William Booth, founder of The Salvation Army, opened shelters for homeless people on the streets of England. During this time many homeless people were also alcoholics, and it was in these shelters that the ARC ministry began. By the 1940s Americaarpn ARCs were developing a more professional counseling program, and in the 1950s ARCs hired professional social workers and psychologists as permanent staff. Today, ARC ministries extend to those suffering from alcoholism as well as multiple drug addictions. The Salvation Army's ARC ministry is totally self-supporting, receiving no government funding. In order to support the ministry, The Salvation Army takes discarded items that people donate, recycles them and then sells them in Salvation Army thrift stores. Salvation Army ARC ministries in the United States provide housing, clothing, medical attention and educational aid to men who are seeking help for a drug or alcohol addiction. The ARC focuses recovery around the spiritual fulfillment that comes through a personal relationship with Christ, offering a variety of programs that practically accent this spiritual ideal.
Substance Abuse Services Graf Rheeneenhaanjii
Location: Fairbanks, AK - 99709
Contact Phone: (907) 455-4725
Website: http://www.fairbanksnative.org/
Description: Established in 1989, Graf provides coed residential drug & alcohol rehabilitation services to American Indian/Alaska Native adolescents. Our mission is to provide Healing & Education for American Indian/Alaska Native youth with substance abuse issues and to promote wellness and growth, empowering youth to reach their potential. Graf is an unique and challenging substance abuse program, designed to address not only our youths substance abuse problems but to assist them in identifying and/or working on other challenges that makes recovery harder; such as community, family, peer, educational, legal, and/or medical problems. This is a voluntary program that expects a commitment of participation by the youth, their families and community representatives.
Family Recovery Center Fairbanks Memorial Hospital
Location: Fairbanks, AK - 99701
Contact Phone: (907) 458-5540
Website: http://www.bannerhealth.com
Description: Fairbanks Memorial Hospital has been serving the greater Fairbanks community for more than 40 years. Owned by the people of Fairbanks, Alaska through the Greater Fairbanks Community Hospital Foundation, we are operated by Banner Health, a nonprofit health care system guided by a mission to make a difference in people’s lives through excellent patient care. Banner Health's hospital-based behavioral and mental health services offer a safe and structured setting where patients can get the highest level of care. We treat all major disorders including depression, bipolar illness, thought disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, dual diagnosis and chemical dependency.
Alcohol And Drug Abuse (cicada) Cook Inlet Council On Alcohol And Drug Abuse - Homer Office
Location: Homer, AK - 99603
Contact Phone: (907) 235-8001
Website: http://cicadaalaska.weebly.com/
Description: We are a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center with a primary focus on substance abuse treatment. The abuse of alcohol, prescription medications and illegal drugs remains at epidemic proportions, affecting an estimated 28 million adults and young people, as well as their families and communities. The Cook Inlet Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Treatment Program (CICADA) provides comprehensive support for individuals who want to reduce their chemical dependency and regain control over their lives. Our treatment centers provide ongoing outpatient care. We have special groups and programs for adolescents, persons with co-occuring mental and substance abuse disorders, men, women, and teens, as well as, criminal justice groups. Special language services provided include assistance for hearing impaired.
Behavioral Health Sciences Department Copper River Native Association
Location: Copper Center, AK - 99573
Contact Phone: (907) 822-5241
Website: http://crnative.org/
Description: CRNA makes behavioral health services available to Alaska Native and all non-Native residents and seasonal workers of the Copper River Basin in accordance with clinically assessed need and funding. Staff works cooperatively with local agencies and government to provide a continuum of mental health and substance abuse care services for the community. Through an alliance with individual clients, CRNA is commented to providing critical emotional and behavioral health services that contribute to improved functioning and quality of life.
Genesis Recovery Services Inc
Location: Anchorage, AK - 99517
Contact Phone: (907) 243-5130
Website: http://www.genesisrecoveryservicesinc.com/
Description: Genesis Recovery Services, Inc. based in Anchorage, Alaska, specializes in substance abuse counseling from a psychological perspective. With more than 50-years of combined experience, we believe your greatest pain can become your greatest strength. We are not just another business; we see our service as a mission. For more than 25 years, our recovery center has treated the human beings in our care with respect.
Akeela House Akeela Inc
Location: Anchorage, AK - 99503
Contact Phone: (907) 562-4409
Website: http://www.akeela.us/
Description: Akeela House is a 48-bed adult, co-ed, long-term, residential therapeutic community treatment program serving clients with an ASAM III.5 assessment. The majority are also dually diagnosed, so we also provide services for co-occurring disorders. The State funds 21 beds and we have contracts that support an additional four to five beds.
Railbelt Mental Health And Addictions - Healy Office
Location: Healy, AK - 99743
Contact Phone: (907) 683-2743
Website: http://railbelt.org/
Description: Railbelt Mental Health & Addictions is a non-profit out patient Community Behavioral Health Center located in interior Alaska. Established on 3/6/1984, the agency serves the northern Railbelt region, which is bisected by theParks Highway, having its northern boundary at the Fairbanks North Star Borough, and as its southern boundary, the Mat-Su Borough. This area is approximately 180 road miles along the George Parks Highways, and includes the communities of Nenana, Anderson, Clear Air Force Base, Healy, McKinleyVillage, DenaliPark, and Cantwell. The Railbelt Mental Health Association oversees the agency. We maintain three permanent offices in Nenana, Healy, and Anderson. Itinerant offices are maintained in Denali Park (seasonally), and in Cantwell. Clients are seen at all locations; the administrative services are based in the Nenana office.
Assist Volunteers Of America Alaska
Location: Anchorage, AK - 99501-5153
Contact Phone: (907) 279-9634
Website: http://www.voaak.org
Description: Assist is comprised of Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient programs which are designed to intervene with substance abusing and chemically dependent adolescents, ages 12 to 18, whose alcohol and other drug problems can be managed in an outpatient setting. These programs make it possible for many youth to receive the services they need while remaining in their home and community. The Assist program provides individual, group, and family counseling and psychological services. Upon completion of primary treatment, weekly continuing care is provided to support clients in their recovery efforts. The Assist program is linked to community resources through referral and case coordination with other agencies.
Inner Healing Womens And Children Center
Location: Fairbanks, AK - 99701
Contact Phone: (907) 451-8164
Website: http://www.fairbanksnative.org
Description: The mission of the women and children's center for inner healing is to assist women, in the interest of helping themselves and their children, to undertake a recovery journey to achieve a healthy lifestyle in which cultural pride is enhanced. The program is designed to serve substance abusing pregnant and postpartum women and their children. FNA has a SAMHSA grant (Sacred Child Project) which created five residential beds with new services to include enhancement of the current Recovery-Oriented System of Care to a Trauma-Informed System of Care, evidence-based trauma screening and treatment, and a family re-unification unit.
Project Special Delivery
Location: Fairbanks, AK - 99701
Contact Phone: (907) 452-4222
Website: http://www.interioraids.org/
Description: Project Special Delivery: In keeping with current models of harm reduction, IAA began a Methadone maintenance and detoxification service for opiate dependent individuals called Project Special Delivery (PSD) in November, 2000. PSD has been CARF Accredited since 2003. The PSD program gives priority admission to HIV+ persons, injection drug users, and pregnant women. PSD offers individual, family, and group counseling for consumers and their loved ones. PSD personnel also provide case management and aftercare services. Controlled substance users, particularly injection drug users, are at greatest risk for new HIV and Hepatitis C (HCV) infections and transmissions. Education and treatment reduce and often eliminate these risks. Project Special Delivery is based on the concept of Harm Reduction.
Substance Abuse Services Division Gateway Center For Human Services
Location: Ketchikan, AK - 99901
Contact Phone: (907) 225-4135
Website: http://www.akeela.us/
Description: 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.
Volunteers Of America Of Alaska Arch
Location: Eagle River, AK - 99577
Contact Phone: (907) 694-3336
Website: http://www.voaak.org/
Description: ARCH is Adolescent Residential Center for Help, an intensive residential treatment program for chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders. Our facility houses 24 residents and is located on Hiland Road in Eagle River, Alaska. ARCH serves chemically dependent adolescents, ages 13 through 18, in a structured home-like environment, providing clear limits and boundaries. The length of stay ranges from 5 to 7 months, depending upon the needs of each individual resident.
Old Minto Family Recovery Camp Tanana Chiefs Conference Inc
Location: Fairbanks, AK - 99701
Contact Phone: (907) 452-8251x
Website: http://www.tananachiefs.org/
Description: It is our belief that for Alaska Natives today, alcohol and drug use became a toxic way of coping with a loss of traditional Native values, cultural patterns, identities, relationships, and unresolved trauma. There are eligibility requirements which must be met prior to the acceptance of any individual into the camp. By using Native culture and traditional values as our foundation, our goal is to help people help themselves as they heal from trauma, choose healthy lifestyles and overcome substance use. The Old Minto Family Recovery Camp is an Athabascan alternative to substance abuse treatment; a place to begin healing in a traditional setting. In addition to daily sessions for group and individual counseling, residents gather firewood, haul water, fish and hunt. This approach emphasizes traditional values and strengths, and is compatible with all Alaskan Natives. Clients stay for a 35 day session, enough time to get a good foundation for recovery. Our intent is to provide families and individuals with the skills that will help them live healthy and substance free lifestyles within their own communities. We do this with respect for our Native culture and traditions, as well as other cultures, as seen through the eyes of our children and taught by the wisdom of our Elders. The program is designed for Alaska Native families, but we welcome all individuals. We encourage self-referrals and accept referrals from the Office of Children Services, Probation/Parole, Mental Health/Alcohol Programs, Tribal Councils, FASAP, public defenders, and the court system.
Ketchikan Indian Corporation
Location: Ketchikan, AK - 99901
Contact Phone: (907) 228-9203
Website: http://www.kictribe.org/
Description: Ketchikan Indian Community (KIC) is a federally recognized Indian Tribe, incorporated in 1940 under Section 16 of the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934, as amended for Alaska in 1936. Behavioral Health Services: We provide an array of holistic, life enhancing, culturally based behavioral health services at KIC Tribal Health Clinic.
Aleutian Counseling Center
Location: Unalaska, AK - 99685
Contact Phone: (907) 581-2742
Website: http://www.apiai.org/
Description: BEHAVIORAL HEALTH PROGRAMS - provide comprehensive substance abuse/mental health outpatient treatment, aftercare, outreach and prevention services, as well as, Psychiatric Emergency Services (PES). Psychiatric Emergency Services include crisis stabilization, crisis intervention, and assisting law enforcement and licensed medical providers with emergency detention orders to hold individuals needing further evaluation. Our BH program takes an integrated approach to meeting the needs of the clients and communities including suicide and domestic violence prevention efforts. The BH Program also oversees the State BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AIDE (BHA) PROGRAM. BHAs provide limited behavioral health services including, counseling for substance use disorders, mental health rehabilitation, and case management for the residents of Atka, Nikolski, Unalaska, St. Paul and St. George. This program is also responsible for the local Youth Coalition groups in Unalaska and St. Paul.
Prevention Program Seldovia Village Tribe
Location: Seldovia, AK - 99663
Contact Phone: (907) 234-7807
Website: http://www.svt.org/
Description: Seldovia Village Tribe’s Prevention Program promotes healthy lifestyles to the youth of our community. Working with volunteers from around Kachemak Bay, we offer: Physical & Outdoor Activity: Swimming lessons, open swim time at the local pool, adventure hiking programs, summer camping and contemporary dance lessons. Social Events: Teen nights, pizza parties and game nights. Health Education: SVT works in conjunction with Susan B. English School to provide a health curriculum in elementary school classrooms. We also provide classroom materials, videos, guest speakers and consultations to secondary classrooms. Once a year, SVT hosts a student health fair to promote youth health and healthy lifestyles. The Seldovia Village Tribe’s Chemical Dependency Counselors and Behavioral Health Clinicians provide comprehensive outpatient alcohol and drug treatment and services to clients of all ages. Our highly trained and certified staff provides help to those seeking access other services such as: mental health, residential drug and alcohol treatment, women's services and medical referrals. The Seldovia Village Tribe also works with the State of Alaska Court System. SVT conducts the State required Alcohol Drug Information School Classes, for people needing to complete the class in order to reestablish their driving privileges.
Nugens Ranch Alaska Addiction Rehab Services
Location: Wasilla, AK - 99654
Contact Phone: (907) 376-4534
Website: http://www.nugensranchak.org/
Description: The founders of Nugen's Ranch had some unusual ideas, back in the early 1980's, when they were making plans to open the first long-term alcoholism treatment program in Alaska. Leonard and Henrietta Nugen opened Nugen's Ranch in 1981, with the support of a visionary Board of Directors. Their views on the successfull treatment of long-term alcoholism, since then, have provided blueprints for sober living for people throughout Alaska. Nugen's Ranch became the first long-term treatment program in Alaska to receive national accreditation through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitaion Facilities (CARF) in 1993. Karen Nugen-Logan, daughter of the founders, was named Executive Director in 1994. Her appointment created a second generation of Nugen-based philosophy - training and education balanced with the cold reality of experience with addiction behaviors. Employed by the Ranch since 1985, Karen Nugen-Logan has guided the Ranch's operations into a new century. Today Nugen's Ranch serves adult men and women who have abused alcohol and drugs. The beautiful Matanuska-Susitna Valley setting, daily Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings, NA meetings, farm activities, work therapy, individual and small group counseling combine to create a supportive low-key family atmosphere.
Treatment Program Railbelt Mental Health And Addictions
Location: Nenana, AK - 99760
Contact Phone: (907) 832-5557
Website: http://railbelt.org/
Description: Railbelt Mental Health & Addictions is a non-profit out patient Community Behavioral Health Center located in interior Alaska. Established on 3/6/1984, the agency serves the northern Railbelt region, which is bisected by theParks Highway, having its northern boundary at the Fairbanks North Star Borough, and as its southern boundary, the Mat-Su Borough. This area is approximately 180 road miles along the George Parks Highways, and includes the communities of Nenana, Anderson, Clear Air Force Base, Healy, McKinleyVillage, DenaliPark, and Cantwell. The Railbelt Mental Health Association oversees the agency. We maintain three permanent offices in Nenana, Healy, and Anderson. Itinerant offices are maintained in Denali Park (seasonally), and in Cantwell. Clients are seen at all locations; the administrative services are based in the Nenana office.
Ravens Way Southeast Ak Regional Health Consortium
Location: Sitka, AK - 99835
Contact Phone: (907) 966-8716
Website: http://www.searhc.org/
Description: Raven's Way is a residential treatment program serving the youth of Alaska. Our nationally accredited program combines conventional substance abuse treatment, adventure-based therapy, and Native cultural activities. We focus on developing each youth's physical, emotional, mental and spiritual strengths, as well as their communication and problem-solving skills. Graduates then have the tools to choose a healthy, substance-free lifestyle. Services are provided by our licensed/certified staff, which includes: psychologists and therapists, alcohol/drug counselors (including expedition specialists), and a secondary education teacher. Medical and psychiatric support is available through Mt. Edgecumbe Hospital.
Seaview Community Services
Location: Seward, AK - 99664
Contact Phone: (907) 224-5257
Website: http://www.seaviewseward.org/
Description: SeaView is non-profit social service, mental health agency located in Seward, Alaska. It is our privilege to serve the citizens of the Eastern Kenai Peninsula from the town of Seward up to Hope, Alaska. SeaView Community Services’ Mission: “To provide community based services that strengthen families, foster self-sufficiency and enhance quality of life.
Phillips Ayagnirvik Treatment Center Yukon/kuskokwim Health Corporation
Location: Bethel, AK - 99559
Contact Phone: (907) 543-6735
Website: http://www.ykhc.org
Description: The Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation administers a comprehensive health care delivery system for 58 rural communities in southwest Alaska. The system includes community clinics, subregional clinics, a regional hospital, dental services, mental health services, substance abuse counseling and treatment, health promotion and disease prevention programs, and environmental health services. - See more at: http://www.ykhc.org/about-ykhc/#sthash.AmLDBj1N.dpuf
Gastineau Human Services
Location: Juneau, AK - 99801
Contact Phone: (907) 780-4338
Website: http://www.ghscorp.org/
Description: Gastineau Human Services is a private non-profit behavioral health agency in Juneau, Alaska dedicated to providing the socially stigmatized of Southeast Alaska opportunities to gain the skills and lifestyles necessary to better themselves and their community. Our programs are built on the belief that each individual is responsible for his or her own behavior and that all persons are deserving of equal opportunity. Each human being, regardless of present condition and inherited characteristics, has the potential for positive change.

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