Housing Assistance

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    • Fairbanks Family Assisted Housing:
      • Below is a list of apartments/houses in the Fairbanks area that offer rental assistance to low-income families. Each listed item has its own application and waitlist. For more information or applications please call:
        • Chenana Apartments (907) 479-469 at 5190 Amherst Drive, Fbks, AK 99709
        • South Haven Apartments (907) 451-723 at 1427 Gillam Way, Fbks, AK 99701
        • Executive Estates (907) 479-365 at 1620 Washington Dr., Fbks, AK 99701
        • River point Village Apartments (907) 374-164 at 2595 Chief William Dr., Fbks, AK 99709
        • Little Dipper Apartments (907) 452-609 at 1910 Turner St., Fbks, AK 99701
        • Weeks Field Estates (907) 479-205 at 1301 Kellum St., Fbks, AK 99701
        • Parkwest Apartments (907) 479-498 at 2006 Sandvik St., Fbks, AK 99701
        • Tanana Apartments (907) 488-321 at 350 Santa Claus Ln., North Pole, AK 99705

    • Fairbanks Rescue Mission:
      Phone: (907) 452-5343
      Location: 723 27th Ave, Fairbanks, AK 99701
      Website: www.fairbanksrescuemission.org
      • Offers both a men’s and women’s center, providing a bed and three meals a day. They also offer counseling, clothing, and long-term recovery programs for men and women. There are no fees for these services.

    • Interior Alaska Center for Non-violent Living (IACNVL):
      Phone: (907) 452-2293 or 800-478-7273 (calls can be made 24 hours);
      Location: 726 26th Avenue, #1, Fairbanks, AK 99701
      Website: www.iacnvl.org
      • A 24-hour shelter providing advocacy, crisis intervention, support groups, legal advocacy for individuals who have endured domestic violence and sexual assault. Also offering community education and training on the prevention and effects of domestic violence and sexual assault.

    • Fairbanks Youth Advocates (The Door):
      Phone: (907) 374-5678
      Location: 138 Tenth Avenue Fairbanks, AK 99701
      Website: fairbanksyouthadvocates.org;

      • Provides homeless, near homeless, and other marginalized youth, support to help them move towards stability, health in all its forms, and self sufficiency. Provides professional accredited counseling through Clearwater Counseling.

      • The Door is a 24-7 shelter for homeless youth aged 12-18, located at 138 10th Avenue in Fairbanks. The shelter provides a safe place to sleep, home cooked meals, clothing, supplies, and connections to community resources to help youth find stability. http://www.fairbanksyouthadvocates.org/emergency-youth-shelter/

    • Alaska Housing Finance Corporation
      Phone: (907) 456-3738
      Location: Fairbanks Family Investment Center (FFIC); 1441 22nd Ave
      Website: www.ahfc.us

      • The Alaska Housing Finance Corporation (AHFC) provides several programs for Alaskans needing financial assistance moving into homes or apartments. Their most notable programs are listed below. However, call the number or visit the location above to apply for any of the programs offered:
        • Moving Home Program (MHP) – MHP is a referral-based program that offers rental assistance for individuals or families transitioning from homelessness or institutional settings. To make a referral, visit the website or call the number above.
        • Public Housing Program – Families with an income below 80% of the area’s medium are eligible to apply for this program. As units become available, families are contacted and scheduled an appointment to go over available places to stay and pricing points.
        • Private Rental Program – For people renting from a privately owned unit, AHFC will pay for a portion of rent directly to a landlord each month for those at or below 50% of the area’s median income.

    • No Limits, Inc.:
      Phone: (907) 328-2977
      Location: 253 Romans Way
      Website: http://www.nolimitinc.org/prosperity-house/
      • The Southside Reentry Center transitional supportive housing program for men & women who have had involvement with the criminal justice system. Participants who fulfill program requirements are assisted with their transition to permanent housing.
      • Prosperity House permanent supported housing units are available to those completing the transitional program and those experiencing homelessness. Residences are typically fully furnished, and are accompanied by a multitude of supportive services.

    • Fairbanks Native Association (FNA):
      Phone: (907) 452-1648
      Location: Administrative Offices - 605 Hughes Avenue
      Website: www.fairbanksnative.org

      • FNA provides many different programs serving Alaska Native youth and adults. Many of their programs are open to anyone in the community while some programs limit eligibility to Alaska Natives. The most notable programs serving youth are:
        • Early Head Start - 451-8814; 609 3rd St.
          A program for assisting families with infant care and training for parents.
        • Graf  Rheeneerhaanjii - 455-4725; 2550 Lawlor Road
          Provides residential treatment for substance abusing youth ages 12-18. Services include counseling, education, healthy living skills, and cultural and spiritual identity.
        • Fairbanks Alcohol Safety Action Program - 452-6144; 3100 S. Cushman St.
          FASAP provides assessment and referral services for court cases involving alcohol. Juvenile cases such as minor consuming, minor in possession and minor operating are also included. Persons who are convicted of DUI and other alcohol related offenses are screened and then referred to State approved agencies that provide alcohol/drug education and/or treatment.
        • FNA Head Start - 456-4989; 320 2nd Ave
          Offers resources in education, health, social services, and nutrition to families with preschool age children.
        • Parents as Teachers - 451-1005; 609 Hughes Ave, Suite 100
          Designed to empower parents to give their child the best possible start. Home based program with monthly family activities.
        • Street Outreach and Advocacy Program (SOAP) - 374-9913; 530 7th Avenue
          Dedicated to reaching 10 - 21 year-olds who are at high risk of becoming homeless or are currently homeless, or have run away from home. SOAP supports homeless youth to help them find ways off the streets and towards stability. 
        • Women and Children’s Center for Inner Healing - 451-8164; 1027 Evergreen
          Provides residential treatment for substance abusing women and their children who are under the age of 12. Services include counseling, education, parenting, healthy family skills, and cultural and spiritual identity.

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