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Anchored Home

The strategic plan to end homelessness in Anchorage.

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Individuals Housed in 2022*

*Built for Zero Data Dashboard, updated 07/06/2022

Unhoused individuals in Anchorage*

*Built for Zero Data Dashboard, updated 06/01/2022

Together we are fighting to make sure that every neighbor has a roof over their head, a place to put down anchor and feel safe with their loved ones.

Anchored Home, Anchorage’s Strategic Plan to Solve Homelessness, is a three-year tactical road map that draws on new tools and strategies while building on the community’s existing work and planning. View the Anchored Home Plan

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Join us in caring for Anchorage neighbors in need.

We need your help! It takes us all working together to end homelessness. Find out how you can help provide our Anchorage neighbors with a better future.

Know the background

Homelessness is a pervasive problem across the country. In Anchorage, it has become more visible and more concerning to the community. Yet there is ample reason for hope. We are pushing ahead on promising solutions with a fresh sense of urgency. Anchored Home, Anchorage’s Strategic Plan to Solve Homelessness: 2018-2021 is a three-year tactical road map that draws on new tools and strategies while building on the community’s existing work and planning. The goal is to ensure homelessness in Anchorage is a rare, brief, and one-time event.

The plan serves as an update to the 2015 Anchorage Strategic Plan to End Homelessness and includes input from service providers, funders, and thousands of community members. Within Anchored Home are 4 key pillars, each of which includes concrete actions and timelines to address homelessness, they are Prevention & Diversion, Housing & Supports, Public Health & Safety, and Advocacy and Funding.

A core element of Anchored Home is transparent and frequent engagement with the Anchorage community. Anchored Home is a community plan that requires community voices. For more information on progress, please visit our data dashboards. Additional information is shared monthly with the Advisory Council. To find out about our meetings, sign up for our newsletter. You can also directly follow the Municipality of Anchorage’s efforts around Public Health and Safety.

The Anchorage Coalition to End Homelessness publishes a very informative weekly newsletter.

- Sid McCausland, Anchorage Houseless Resources Advocacy Council Scribe.

Office Address

3427 E Tudor Road, Suite A, Anchorage, AK 99507

MAILING ADDRESS

P.O. Box 243041, Anchorage, AK 99524