Community Resources

Employment Help

Job Center

Juneau Job Center – 10002 Glacier Highway, (907) 465-4562.  To receive help with job search, development, coaching, career counseling and guidance, resume development and more.  Click on the Juneau Job Center picture to pull up Google Map to find its location.

Ha Kaak Has Ka Hidi

Haa Kaak Has Ka Hidi – “Our Uncles House” – 3239 Hospital Drive.  Tlingit & Haida offers training opportunities to assist enrolled citizens in obtaining self-sufficiency.  Computer classroom training and vocational courses are offered to both tribal citizens and the general public.  For more information contact CCTHITA’s Employment & Training Department at (907) 463-7158.

Learning Connection

The Learning Connection – 210 Ferry Way, (907) 586-5718.  Free classes and services: GED and Adult Education, Construction Academy, English as a second language, computer training, driver’s training, family literacy and more.  Day time and evening classes available.  Learners of all ages and abilities are welcomed.

Substance Use Disorder (SUD) Resources

 Bartlett Regional

Bartlett Regional Hospital – In an emergency call 911.  BRH is located at 3260 Hospital Drive, business phone is (907) 796-8900.  The emergency room will provide detoxification services when medially necessary.

 Front Street Clinic

Front Street Community Health Center – 225 Front Street,  appointment phone is (907) 364-4565.  Services include primary healthcare, comprehensive assessments, behavioral health care, case management, tobacco cessation and medication assisted treatment programs.  All services offered on a sliding fee scale based on household income, patients are not turned away due to inability to pay.

       Rainforest                    Recovery

Rainforest Recovery Center – 3250 Hospital Way, (907) 796-8690.  Comprehensive treatment services for individuals with substance abuse, substance dependence and other addiction disorders.  RRC offers residential and outpatient treatment programs designed to help clients and their families achieve success.

              GHS

GHS (Gastineau Human Services Corporation) – 5597 Aisek Street, (907) 780-4338.  Providing intensive outpatient and outpatient treatment for adults to overcome alcoholism and substance abuse.  Services include assessments, treatment planning, group and individual therapy, gender and culture specific therapy, and a transitional housing program.

Salmon Creek Clinic
 Midtown Clinic

JAMHI Health & Wellness – Services available at two locations: Midtown Clinic – 1944 Allen Court, (907) 463-6882, and their Salmon Creek Clinic – 3406 Glacier Hwy, (907) 463-3303.  Services include case management, crisis intervention, comprehensive  care, and outpatient treatment for integrated alcohol and other drugs/Mental Health for adults.  Walk-in assessments at the Salmon Creek Clinic are 9:30am – 1:30pm M-F.

SEARHC

SEARHC (Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium) 1046 Salmon Creek Lane, (907) 364-4445.  SEARHC offers a wide range of behavioral health services with psychiatrist, clinical psychologists, and behavioral health therapists on staff.  Services include assessment and intake, individualized prevention, and counseling for ages 4 and up.  SEARHC Help Line, 1-877-294-0074, is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to residents of Southeast Alaska.

            JYS

JYS (Juneau Youth Services) 2075 Jordan Ave, (907)789-7610.  JYS offers comprehensive behavioral health services for children and youth, and their families: providing a full array of emergency, residential, and community-based programs, including both mental health and chemical dependency services.

Haven House
PO Box 20875
Juneau, AK 99802

Haven House – 907-988-SAFE (7233), havenhousejuneau@gmail.com.  Haven House is a faith-based organization providing supported and structured living opportunities to foster healing and self-sufficiency for women coming out of prison.   It provides safe, stable, sober and structured housing for up to seven women coming home after incarceration.  It also provides a meeting place for all formerly incarcerated women to provide each other support in their recovery and reentry.

 

Second Chance Reentry Program  • Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska  •  Have you recently been released and need help with training, education or employment assistance? The Second Chance program is open to Native and non-Native offenders. Stop by the offices on the third floor of the Andrew Hope building in downtown Juneau, 312 West Willoughby Ave, or call Toll: 1-800-344-1432 or 907-463-7365  for more information.

RESOURCES FOR PARENTING, WOMEN AND YOUTH/CHILDREN

CCTHITA’s Navigators Program

Navigators Is an early intervention and prevention program administered by Central Council Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska (CCTHITA).  The program offers struggling youth the support of a cross-generational community of peers, elders, other cultural mentors, tutors, and agency professionals.  Navigators provides youth opportunities to learn and practice life skills.  Telephone 907-463-7752 or email navigators@ccthita-nsn.gov to get connected.

Wellbriety for Youth

Navigators – Wellbriety for Youth.  In partnership with the Zach Gordon Youth Center, CCTHITA’s Navigators program brings to youth a cultural approach to personal recovery.  The Wellbriety for Youth is a 12-step program for ages 13-20.  Sessions are every Wed. and Thur. from Sept 2018 thru Feb 2019.  Telephone 907-463-7348 or email navigators@ccthita-nsn.gov to get connected.

HELP WITH HOUSING

Alaska Housing

 Alaska housing and homelessness

FOR EMPLOYERS

Fidelity Bonding: The Fidelity Bonding is a proven and effective job placement tool, which helps both employers and at-risk job applicants.  This unique job placement tool enables at-risk job applicants such as ex-offenders, recovering substance abusers and others with problematic work histories to obtain and keep a job.

Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC): This is a federal tax credit that serves as an incentive for an employer to hire people in certain target groups. WOTC helps both employers and job seekers. Employers save money as tax credits and help reduce their federal business tax liability.  Qualifying job seekers gain a much-needed advantage in the job market by being a new hire that belongs to one of the target groups.