Access Alaska is a private, nonprofit, consumer. . .
Alaska 2-1-1 is the number you dial to find out about hundreds of. . .
The AARC serves the needs of individuals with autism . . .
The Alaska Brain Injury Network, Inc. (ABIN) is a non-profit organization dedicated to. . .
The Alaska Center For Resource Families (ACRF) provides training, referral. . .
The Alaska Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired acts . . .
The council wants to improve the quality of life of individuals . . .
Help Alaskans with disabilities get and keep good jobs...
Mental Health Consumer Web (The Web) is the only behavioral health consumer-driven. . .
The Alaska State School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing provides an educational option for. . .
A peer-run, peer delivered service, to create a more effective and inclusive behavioral health treatment system . . .
Their mission is to promote recovery and wellness by providing consumer-driven behavioral health care services to the people of Anchorage and surrounding areas.
From birth to old age, The Arc of Anchorage has a full array of. . .
Assistive Technology of Alaska (ATLA) connects Alaskans with disabilities to. . .
Special Needs Services was established in 1981 to provide care for individuals who. . .
Challenge Alaska strives to improve the lives of people with. . .
This center is an independent nonprofit law firm providing legal . . .
An agency dedicated to promoting healthy child development statewide by providing support and information to individuals and organizations who care for and about children and young adults.