No matter where you live in Alaska, 2-1-1 is your one-stop resource for connecting with a wide variety of services in your community including emergency food and shelter, educational opportunities, mortgage/rent assistance, alcohol and drug treatment programs, senior services, child care and much more. Dial 211 or 1-800-478-2221 to connect with a 2-1-1 call specialist who will work with you to understand your need and connect you to the programs and services that can help.
Careline Crisis Intervention: Offers free, immediate and confidential help, 24-hours per day, 365 days per year. Careline provides crisis intervention for individuals considering suicide or experiencing crisis, isolations or depression. Treats callers with respect and offers listening without judgement. Helps callers discover their own solutions and offers support along the way. Provides intervention to those who are considering suicide, and information to those who are concerned about someone else.
Love Is Respect is the national resource to disrupt and prevent unhealthy relationships and intimate partner violence by empowering young people through inclusive and equitable education, support and resources.
Connect Mat-Su is a comprehensive health and social services information and referral hub, ensuring that every person in the Mat-Su has what is needed to live a healthy and fulfilling life. Call 907-373-2628 or visit www.connectmatsu.org to access referrals and direct assistance to resource providers.
Live Homework Help offers FREE tutoring services through tutor.com for residents within the state of Alaska through the Statewide Library Electronic Doorway. It is available as a service to students in grades K-12 and intro-level college students! Offered Monday-Friday 8am-2am AK time and Saturday-Sunday noon to 2am AK time. Available through any computer or mobile device with an internet connection. Get started now at www.lhh.tutor.com/Landing.aspx.
United Way of Mat-Su Resource Guide provides infomation and links to local providers for crisis assistance, basic needs (food, housing, transportation, etc.), families and children, mental health, medical, dental, substance abuse recovery, youth organizations and more.