Every day we forge a sense of belonging and celebrate the uniqueness of our staff, youth, and their families. We work in the best interests of each child to offer assistance, even after they leave our programs, should they choose to continue the relationship. If you have skills and experience to offer to improve the lives of Alaskan youth and their families, please email us.
Typical program participants are young adults, ages 18 - 23, who are learning the academic, mental, and behavior skills and are preparing to transition to life on their own. These youth live in a residence under the supervision of a resident advisor to support the development of skills like budgeting, paying bills, acquiring and maintaining a job, as well as doing laundry, shopping, cooking and cleaning.