Programs & Services

  • Hidle House
    Hidle House
    On any given night up to 20 youth, ages 10-17 years old, are kept off the streets through our crisis shelter, Hidle House. In Hidle, we focus on providing safe shelter while working with youth to resolve immediate family problems.
  • Bridge Program
    The Bridge Transitional Living Program
    Empowering youth, 16-21 years old, to become fully prepared contributing, interdependent members of the community; The Bridge Program serves up to 6 youth residentially and 14 youth in non-residential services each year.
  • Hannahs House
    Hannah’s Maternity Transitional Living
    Apartment based living for homeless teens age 16-22 who are pregnant or have had their baby within 6 months. Hannah’s provides a safe place to live while staff help youth develop adequate life skills leading to independence and successful parenting.
  • Care Management
    Care Management
    When children, birth - 17 years old, who have been found to be abused, neglected, or abandoned, our Care Management program is there to help. Through Care Management, Anchorage provides child protective supervision, foster care case management, and intensive family intervention.
  • SOAR Program
    Street Outreach & Recovery Program
    The program is a mobile unit of street outreach workers who engage homeless youth, providing basic essentials such as food, water and hygiene products, while building a trusting relationship helping them to make a smooth transition into self-sufficient living free from the dangers of homelessness and street life.
  • Family Counseling
    Anchorage Family Counseling
    When school aged children, youth and their families need help with restoring and strengthening their relationships at home, AFC provides individual, family and group counseling and case management. Services are provided in the home, at school, or in our office for up to 12 weeks.
  • SNAP Program
    SNAP - Stop Now And Plan
    SNAP helps troubled children and their parents learn how to effectively manage their emotions and keep problems small. The gender-sensitive SNAP program is designed for children ages 6-11 who are engaging in aggressive, anti-social behavior and/or have come into contact with authority figures at school or in the community.