Access Alaska is a private, non-profit, consumer-controlled organization that provides independent living . . .
The Alaska Center For Resource Families (ACRF) provides training, referral services, individual support . . .
The Alaska Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired acts to make sure that vision loss is not the barrier to . . .
The Alaska Chapter of the National Down Syndrome Congress is a nonprofit organization of parents. . .
ALSC provides legal advice and representation to: help resolve serious legal problems of low-income Alaskans;
Mental Health Consumer Web (The Web) is the only behavioral health consumer-driven drop-in and . . .
Alaska Newborn Metabolic Screening Program screens Alaska newborns for diseases that are not apparent at . . .
A peer-run, peer delivered service, to create a more effective and inclusive behavioral health treatment . . .
Special Needs Services was established in 1981 to provide care for individuals who experience . . .
Challenge Alaska strives to improve the lives of people with disabilities and the whole community through . . .
Created for Alaskan families of children with prenatal alcohol exposure with the goal of providing information . . .
The Council uses planning, capacity building, systems change, and advocacy to create change for people with disabilities.
Provides services and supports, that are requested and designed by individuals and families who experience . . .
From birth to old age, The Arc of Anchorage has a full array of disability services for Alaskans with intellectual . . .