When signing up for your PFD this year, please consider picking the Anchorage Coalition to End Homelessness (ACEH) or one of our members offering homeless services who are doing amazing work in our community.


Learn more about ACEH and our members below:


The Anchorage Coalition to End Homelessness

ACEH works jointly with the Municipality of Anchorage to design, create, and lead implementation for the Anchorage community plan on homelessness.  The initial Anchorage Community Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness was implemented in 2015. In 2018, this plan was updated, in partnership with the community, under the name Anchored Home.


Access Alaska, Inc.

Opening Doors to Independence Regardless of age or disability, Access Alaska has assisted thousands of older and disabled Alaskans and their families access information, training, advocacy and support since 1983.


Alaska Behavioral Health

Our Vision is Wellness for Everyone! Anchorage Community Mental Health Services is the designated community mental health center serving children and adults with therapy, medication management and skill-building.


Alaska Community Integrity

ACI is a nonprofit dedicated to helping individuals in recovery do just that, recover.
We help the homeless, the addicted, the abused and the unhealthy.


Alaskan AIDS Assistance Association (Four A’s)

The Four A’s is the lead HIV/AIDS agency in Alaska providing support to HIV positive individuals and HIV prevention around the state. Check out www.alaskanaids.org for more information!


Anchorage Home Builders Association

The AHBA is a non-profit trade association affiliated with the Alaska State Home Builders Association and the National Association of Home Builders. It has been chartered as a local association by NAHB since 1959. At all levels, the goal of the Association is to provide safe, affordable housing for American citizens.


Anchorage Public Library (Z. J. Loussac Library)

Bringing the power of information, imagination, and inspiration to Anchorage and the rest of Alaska.



AWAIC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a safer, more hopeful future by providing domestic violence safe shelter, intervention, and prevention.


Beans Cafe

Bean’s Cafe is a non-profit that serves the hungry and homeless of Anchorage with food, shelter and social service referrals. We currently operate the largest shelter in Alaska, at the Sullivan Arena.


Catholic Social Services

Catholic Social Services (CSS), accredited by the National Council on Accreditation, is one of the largest social service agencies in Alaska. CSS was incorporated in 1966 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation with the mission to serve the poor, strengthen individuals and families and advocate for a just community. CSS is the social service arm of the Archdiocese of Anchorage, serving, engaging and employing people of all faiths.

CSS is committed to serving the homeless, the hungry and the vulnerable with donations from the community.


Choices, Inc.

We offer voluntary, outpatient behavioral and mental health services, case management, and peer-based recovery support. We are currently part of the Muni’s Homeless rehousing project and finding homes for those in shelters and those critically homeless.


Choosing Our Roots

The mission of Choosing Our Roots is to ensure that all queer youth and young adults in Alaska have access to safe homes, supportive communities, and opportunities to thrive.


Christian Health Associates Mental Health Service

Christian Health Associates is a faith-based community organization that seeks to provide help along the way through all of its associated efforts: Cornerstone Clinic Medical and Counseling Center, Alaska Medical Missions, Anchorage Project Access, School Based Health Centers and Healthy Smiles Forever. CHA works to connect members of faith communities with other community members to co-labor toward solutions to shared community concerns.


Cook Inlet Housing Authority

With a vision of “Independence Through Housing” in mind, Cook Inlet Housing Authority develops programs intended to give clients a “hand up,” or an opportunity to move beyond the need for assistance. That through quality housing and effectively administered programs clients will have a solid foundation on which to further build the overall quality of their lives.


Covenant House Alaska

Providing hope to youth experiencing homelessness for over 31 years. https://ak.covenanthouse.org/


Denali Family Services Foster Care

Denali Family Services Therapeutic Foster Care: Supporting Children and Families Through Individualized Community Based Services.


Disability Law Center of Alaska

The Disability Law Center of Alaska is an independent non-profit law firm providing legal advocacy for people with disabilities, who have legal issues related to their disability, anywhere in Alaska.


Food Bank of Alaska

Dedicated to eliminating hunger in Alaska by obtaining and providing food through anti-hunger leadership. Food Bank of Alaska supports a vast network of more than 150 partner agencies across the state of Alaska.


Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that helps families build and improve places to call home. We believe affordable housing plays a critical role in strong and stable communities.


Lutheran Social Services of Alaska

Lutheran Social Services of Alaska is a non-profit social service agency with headquarters in Anchorage Alaska. Our programs serve over 40,000 individuals each year. Our food pantry is our largest service and distribute over 50,000 pounds of food annually.


NeighborWorks Alaska

NeighborWorks Alaska is dedicated to improving the quality of life for families and individuals by preserving homes, creating new housing opportunities, and strengthening neighborhoods.


New Hope Compassionate Ministries

Breaking the cycle of poverty in downtown Anchorage through a Christ-centered approach of relief, rehabilitation, and development.


Nine Star Education & Employment Services

Through education and employment services help Alaskans get a job, keep a job and advance on on the job. Deliver services that prevent homelessness and improve the quality of life for all Alaskans.


Partners for Progress aims to protect the public and to reduce unnecessary incarceration throughout the state of Alaska. Partners for Progress pursues this mission by supporting problem-solving courts and providing assistance to indigent former offenders as they re-enter their communities.

The Foundation acts as a catalyst for change; helps Alaskans help themselves; and embraces the diversity within Alaska.


Rural Alaska Community Action Program, Inc.

To empower low-income Alaskans through advocacy, education, affordable housing, and direct services that respect our unique values and cultures.


Shiloh Community Housing

We provide affordable housing, a transitional housing program for young adults experiencing homeless, life skills training and work force development services.


Southcentral Foundation

Established in 1982, SCF is the nonprofit health care affiliate of Cook Inlet Region, Inc.


The Arc of Anchorage

Since 1957, The Arc of Anchorage has been working hard to ensure that Alaskans of all abilities are recognized and celebrated.


The Aurora House

The Aurora House offers women supportive, transformative, and discreet sober living. Two and three bedroom suites provide semi private living in a quiet community. Residents are provided full access to the services offered at the adjacent Aurora Center.


The Children’s Lunchbox

Founded in 1998 The Children’s Lunchbox is a program of Bean’s Cafe and is dedicated to serving meals to at-risk children (and families) in safe community settings.


United Way of Anchorage

We are a community of donors, advocates, volunteers, and partners who work to improve the health, education and financial stability of every person in Anchorage.


VOA Alaska

VOA’s mission is to empower Alaskans and uplift the human spirit through recovery services, housing, and promoting healthy communities. Driven by our values of courage, connection, hope, innovation, joy, and responsibility.



Contact ACEH to learn more about homelessness in Alaska and to find out how to be part of the solution.

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