FASAP connects misdemeanor criminal offenders with the education or treatment they need to comply with court orders and the DMV with an ultimate goal of reducing alcohol and drug related crime. FASAP monitors each case as the offender attends education, counseling or treatment sessions with reporting completions or non-compliance to the Justice system.
Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, providing medical detoxification to both male/female adults for a period of 1 to 10 days. Detoxification services are provided for both alcohol and drugs.
Saving our Youth and Young Adults (SAYA)
SAYA’s goal is to develop a successful transition to adulthood through a culturally specific wrap-around system of care that is youth guided, for adolescents and young adults ages 16-25 which address serious mental health conditions including suicide and co-occurring disorder and/or risk factors for serious mental illness such as substance abuse.
Foundation for the Future
Foundation’s goal is to improve the integration of the treatment and recovery support infrastructure in order to increase access, service use and outcomes for Alaska Native and American Indian transition aged youth (16-25) and their families for substance abuse.
Vision’s goal is to reduce suicide deaths and non-fatal suicide attempts, for youth and young adults ages 10-25, with a bold anticipated outcome of zero suicide deaths and non-fatal attempts by the end of year 5 (in alignment with the zero suicide approach).
A short term, residential, alcohol and drug rehabilitation program providing on site services for an average of 45 days for native and nonnative adult men and women. RPC gives our consumers the opportunity to learn about and obtain treatment for their addiction in a safe, secure and structured environment. Services provided include individual or group counseling, alcohol/drug education, and case management based on the needs of the individual and the outcome of their assessment.
FNA offers culturally-responsive counseling at both a low-level and a more intense level to consumers. Treatment options include group and individual sessions using evidenced-based Best Practice methods to encourage long-term wellness.
Providing coed residential drug & alcohol rehabilitation to adolescents from the ages of 12-17. Admission is voluntary and is based on the incidence of life problems related to substance abuse.
A medium-intensity, long-term, residential treatment program designed to serve substance abusing pregnant, postpartum women and women with children through age 7. Women meet in groups and have individual sessions designed to help them break the cycle and triggers of their addictions.