Agencies


 

  Agency Information

ACCA, Inc.

1020 Barnette Street
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 456-4003

www.acca-ilp.org

ACCA provides therapeutic assessment and intervention services for children and adults with disabilities across Alaska from Copper River to Barrow.

Access Alaska

1217 East 10th Avenue
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 248-4777

www.accessalaska.org

Providing reusable medical equipment loans, life skills and supports to individuals with disabilities so they can access the services needed for independence; preventing institutionalization.

Alaska Health Fair, Inc.

1949 Gillam Way
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 278-0234

www.alaskahealthfair.org

Provides health fairs with health & safety education, preventative screenings including high qulaity low-cost blood tests to any community who invites us.

American Red Cross of Alaska- Tanana Valley

725 26th Avenue #201
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 456-5937

www.redcross.org/ak/anchorage

Provides disaster relief and emergency preparedness training throughout Northern Alaska. Provides training in CPR, First Aid, Water Safety. Provides emergency communications for local military families.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska- Tanana Valley

610 Cushman Street, Suite 300
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 452-8110

www.bbbsak.org

Our mission is to provide children facing adversity with professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.

Boys and Girls Clubs of South Central Alaska- Tanana Valley

800 Cushman Street
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 457-5223

www.bgcalaska.org

Provides youth with positive adult role models, a safe environment and youth development programs designed to instill a sense of belonging, usefulness, influence and competence.

Breast Cancer Detection Center of Alaska

1905 Cowles Street
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 479-3909

www.bcdcofalaska.org

Provides mammography screening services and breast cancer education throughout the state of Alaska. Services are provided regardless of a patient's ability to pay.

Eielson AFB Child Development Services

354 FSS/FSFC 3112 Broadway, Unit 6B
Eielson AFB
(907) 377-3237

www.eielsonservices.com

Provides services for children 6 weeks- 4 years old. Services include full time care, drop in care, and educational programs.

Eielson AFB Youth Programs

354 FSS/FSFC 3112 Broadway, Unit 6B
Eielson AFB
(907) 377-3194

www.facebook.com/EielsonYouthPrograms

Provides services for youth 5-18 years of age.  Services include before & after school care, organized youth sports, recreational, and teen programs.

Fairbanks Community Food Bank

725 26th Avenue
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 456-7267

www.fairbanksfoodbank.org

The mission is to collect local surplus food and give it to people who need it, through agencies and churches in the Tanana Valley.

Fairbanks Counseling and Adoption

912 Barnette Street
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 456-4729

www.fcaalaska.org

Counseling, prevention and advocacy for youth /families experiencing effects from violence, trama/abuse, stress and behavior issues; adoption placement, education, support; pregnancy counseling; and homeless youth outreach.

Fairbanks Resource Agency

805 Airport Way
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 456-8901 

www.fra-alaska.net

A private non-profit Alaskan corporation providing care coordination, family, residential and senior services for persons experiencing disabilities, and for their families.

Farthest North Girl Scout Council

431 Old Steese Highway, Suite 100
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 456-4782

www.fairbanksgirlscouts.org

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character, who make the world a better place.

Interior Alaska Center for Non-Violent Living

726 26th Avenue, Suite 1
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 452-2293

www.iacnvl.org

Provides safety, crisis intervention and support for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and suicide including emergency shelter, advocacy, support groups and a crisis hotline.

Literacy Council of Alaska

517 Gaffney Road
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 456-6212

www.literacycouncilofalaska.org

CHAMPIONS OF LITERACY! Learn to read, write, speak English, compute.  All ages welcome!  Books, computers refurbished throughout Alaska!  Changing lives through literacy for 35 years!

Midnight Sun Council, Boy Scouts of America

1400 Gillam Way
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 452-1976

www.midnightsunbsa.org

It is the aim of the Boy Scouts of America to teach young people to make ethical and moral decisions throughout their life.

North Star Youth Court

610 Cushman St
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 457-6792

www.nsyc.org

Serves as a diversion from the formal juvenile justice system for first-time juvenile offenders. Youth serve as primary court personnel, allowing them to gain practical knowledge about laws and the legal system. Positive peer pressure encourages personal accountability and responsibility among youth.

Presbyterian Hospitality House

209 Forty Mile Avenue, Suite 100
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 456-6445

www.phhalaska.org

Helps troubled youth and families through intensive mentoring, therapy and teaching so they may make positive changes and become productive members of our community.

Resource Center for Parents & Children, Inc.

726 26th Avenue, Suite 2
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 456-2866

www.rcpcfairbanks.org

Promotes healthy families by providing resources and support through nutrition counseling, parent education, intense family preservation, reunification services, a Child Advocacy Center and Clinical Services.

The Salvation Army

1602 10th Avenue
Fairbanks, AK

(907) 452-3103

www.tsafairbanks.org

Doing the most good by ministering to the spiritual, physical, emotional, and social needs of persons in our community, in the name of Jesus Christ.

ThrivAlaska

1949 Gillam Way, Suite F
Fairbanks, AK
(907) 479-0900

www.thrivalaska.com

“Helping children and Families Thrive.” We are a learning organization for children and adults where children, families, and staff are valued. From birth through 12 years of age, children are given an opportunity to learn best through their senses, and “by doing”. Daily schedules are balanced with indoor and outdoor play, quiet and noisy activities, individual, small group and large group times, large muscle and small muscle development and both child and staff initiated learning opportunities. Individual attention, good nutrition and healthy habits are included in part of our daily routine.