Phone: (907) 452-HELP or 877-266-4357
- 24 hour crisis intervention and suicide prevention hot line. Provides emotional support for all ages experiencing life problems.
- National Child Abuse Hot line:
- 24-hour hot line that offers crisis counseling for adult survivors, abused children, parents experiencing stress and several other problems. Information and references.
- National Runaway Safeline
- This national service is provided to all children and parents across the US. Whether a child feels unsafe at home and is wanting to run away, or if a parent believes they have a child who ran away from home and needs help, the National Runaway Safeline is a place to call where professional personnel are on-duty 24/7 to answer questions and phone calls from those in need.
- Love, INC (In the Name of Christ):
Phone: (907) 452-3876; Transportation Program (907) 456-1329
Location: 818 26th Ave. Fairbanks, AK 99701
- Network of local, Christian churches committed to helping people in need. It operates numerous programs including a Telephone Clearinghouse that connects people in need with community and church resources that can address many different needs, Transportation Program, Budget Counseling Program, Furniture Garage, Personal Needs Closet, and Firewood Project.
- Salvation Army:
Phone: Emergency Family Services (907) 452-5005 or (907) 452-3103
Location: 1602 10th Avenue, Fairbanks, AK 99701
- The Salvation Army provides comprehensive emergency services for people in need. These services are provided at 117 First Street, Fairbanks, AK. Services include food boxes, clothing and household goods, utility assistance, literacy services, disaster relief and casework services.
- American Red Cross:
Phone: (907) 451-8267
Location: 725 26th Ave #201, Fairbanks, AK 99701
- Provides disaster relief, military family support, health & safety training, and education blood donations
- State of Alaska Division of Public Assistance:
Phone: (907) 451-2850
Location: 675 7th Ave. Fairbanks, AK 99701
- AFDC (Aid to Families with Dependent Children) is a nationwide state and federal program that helps needy children who are deprived because at least one parent is absent, deceased, incapacitated, or unemployed.
Recognition of Partners in Education does not constitute a recommendation or endorsement by the school district.