1.Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC) The Alaska Native Justice Center (ANJC) was established in 1993 by CIRI as a tribal non-profit to address Alaska Natives’ unmet needs regarding the Alaska civil and criminal justice system in response to the increasing disproportionate rates of victimization, incarceration and other justice-related issues
impacting Alaska Natives throughout Alaska. (907) 793-3550, http://www.anjc.org, email@example.com ANJC, 3600 San Jeronimo Drive, Ste. 264, Anchorage, AK 99508
2.Cook Inlet Tribal Council's (CITC's) Recovery and Re-entry CITC Recovery and Re-entry Services provide comprehensive treatment to assist individuals within all stages of recovery from substance abuse or addiction, and support for those re-entering society after incarceration. (907) 793-3427, https://citci.org/recovery/recovery-program/, firstname.lastname@example.org
CITC Recovery and Re-entry, 1835 Bragaw St., Ste 350, Anchorage, AK 99508
3.Chanlyut Enterprises, Inc. CITC’s Recovery and Re-entry program is an eight-month residential work-training program offering a new beginning for men who want to become productive members of society and turn around the self-destructive patterns in their lives.
(907) 793-3427, https://citci.org/social-enterprise/chanlyut/, email@example.com
Chanlyut Enterprises, Inc., 3600 San Jeronimo Drive, Anchorage, AK 99508
4.Partners Reentry Center At the Center we provide comprehensive reentry support including employment services, transitional housing assistance, counseling and mentoring.
(907) 258-1192, http://www.partnersforprogressak.org/partners-reentry-center, firstname.lastname@example.org Partners Reentry, Center 419 Barrow St., Anchorage, AK 99501
5.Alaska Correctional Ministries Alaska Correctional Ministries is a non-profit organization that has been partnering with the Department of Corrections Chaplaincy Ministry statewide since 1980, providing life-changing ministry to Alaska’s prisoners and ex-offenders.
(907) 339-0432, https://www.godinprison.com/, info@ACM180.com
Alaska Correctional Ministries, 6901 DeBarr Rd Suite 204, Anchorage, AK 99504
6.Gastineau Human Services 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. The mission of Gastineau Human Services is to serve individuals, their families, and the community by providing structured treatment and employment program
opportunities with an emphasis on those persons who are criminal offenders and/or substance abusers. (907) 780-4338, http://ghscorp.org, email@example.com
Gastineau Human Services, 5597 Aisek St., Juneau, AK 99801
7. Catholic Diocese of Fairbanks Prison Ministry Since at least the early 1980s, priests, sisters, deacons, and lay volunteers have been visiting inmates at the Fairbanks Correctional Center. Some participate, weekly, in one-on-one ministry, listening to or praying with an inmate, struggling to renew or strengthen his or her faith in God.
(907)374-9500, http://dioceseoffairbanks.org/joomla/index.php/what-we-do/ministries/69-outreach/119-prison-ministry, firstname.lastname@example.org
Catholic Diocese of Fairbanks, 1316 Peger Rd., Fairbanks, AK 99709
8.The Alaska Innocence Project The Alaska Innocence Project is an Alaska-based non-profit corporation that provides legal, educational, and charitable services to identify and exonerate individuals who have been wrongfully convicted in the state of Alaska and to provide educational opportunities that foster a culture that champions the
defense of the innocent. (907) 279-0454, ,https://sites.google.com/site/akinnocenceproject/home, email@example.com
Alaska Innocence Project, P.O. Box 201656, Anchorage, AK 99520
9. New Life Development, Inc.: Transitional Housing and Re-entry Services The New Life Development (NLD) program was created to fulfill a need that was long overlooked, stable and sober housing for those returning from incarceration. It has since grown to be a residential program that not only provides housing, but prepares participants for a life of independence, productivity and sobriety. (907) 646-2200, https://www.newlifeak.org/, firstname.lastname@example.org New Life Development Inc., 3916 E. 9th Ave., Anchorage, AK 99508
10.Kairos Prison Ministry of Alaska Kairos Prison Ministry International, Inc. (Kairos) is a Christian faith based ministry which addresses the spiritual needs of incarcerated men, women, youth, and their families. By sharing the love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ, Kairos hopes to change hearts, transform lives and impact the world. (229) 269-2100, http://www.kairosofalaska.org/index.html, email@example.com Kairos of Alaska, P.O. Box 3923, Soldotna, AK 99669
11.Akeela: Family of Services: Offender Treatment Akeela serves offenders incarcerated in prisons throughout the State. We serve men and women in co-ed settings in Ketchikan and Anchorage, women and their children in Anchorage, and, while men are served in most of the prison settings, one program serves incarcerated women. Our mission supports these clients, the locations, and societal standards from whence they come. (907) 565-1200, http://www.akeela.us/akeela-family-of-services/offender-treatment/, firstname.lastname@example.org
Akeela Inc., 360 W. Benson Blvd., Ste. 300, Anchorage, AK 99503