The 5-year plan
Anchored Home 2023-2028 focuses on increasing the supply of affordable housing and support for people at risk of or experiencing homelessness. learn more
Functional Zero is a milestone that indicates the community has measurably solved homelessness for a population. Inflow is less than outflow. When it’s achieved, homelessness is rare and brief. learn more
Together, we can end homelessness.
Housing is the solution to homelessness.
The Fair Market Rent (FMR) for a two-bedroom apartment is $1,264 in Alaska. To afford this level of rent and utilities — without paying more than 30% of income on housing — a household must earn $4,215 monthly or $50,578 annually. Learn More
Work hours per week at minimum wage to afford a 1-bedroom rental home (at FMR).
Number of full-time jobs at minimum wage to afford a 1-bedroom rental home (at FMR).
Number of affordable units needed to fill the Housing Gap.
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Funding opportunity for new construction and rehabilitation housing projects!
Housing Alaskans: A Public-Private Partnership is accepting applications for “top-off” funding of up to $150,000 for new construction and rehabilitation housing projects.
As the doors shut at Sullivan Arena today, providers and outreach are stepping in to assist our most vulnerable. You can help!
Homelessness Prevention & Response System Advisory Council Monthly Meeting
During the monthly virtual meeting, please join the HPRS Advisory Council to discuss relevant Anchorage Continuum of Care initiatives and current events
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