Brother Francis Shelter - Caring Clinic - Anchorage Free Clinic
1021 E 3rd Ave
Anchorage AK, 99501
Contact Phone:(907) 277-1731
Clinic Details:Brother Francis Shelter, a program of Catholic Social Services, is an emergency shelter for men and women in Anchorage without a home. We serve the homeless with dignity, care, compassion and with an emphasis on moving our guests toward self-sufficiency. Most of our shelter guests want to transition out of homelessness, and our staff is trained and ready to provide them with every opportunity to do so. We offer our guests access to a variety of different programs and services.
Details: The Providence Family Medicine Center provides complete medical treatment with open access for every member of your family. We offer a full range of primary care services. Our team of family physicians and family medicine residents are here to address your family's health needs. Each patient has an individual primary care resident or faculty family physician who work closely together to provide complete medical treatment.
Details: Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and the Hawaiian Islands is a leader in reproductive health care, rights, and education in Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, and Washington. Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and the Hawaiian Islands (PPGNHI) is a nonprofit family planning agency that provides high-quality, affordable reproductive health care for women, men, and teens. Many of our patients have no other health care available to them.
Details: The Adult Rehabilitation Center is rooted in a long history of fighting addiction. For more than 100 years, The Salvation Army has been fighting alcoholism through its 119 U.S.-based adult rehabilitation centers (ARCs). The ministry began in 1865 when Salvation Army founder William Booth opened shelters for homeless people on the streets of England. Because many homeless people were also alcoholics, it was in these shelters that the ARC ministry began. By the 1940s, American ARCs were developing a more professional counseling program, and in the 1950s ARCs hired professional social workers and psychologists as permanent staff. Today, ARC ministries extend to those suffering from alcoholism as well as multiple drug addictions. The Salvation Army's ARC ministry is entirely self-supporting, receiving no government funding. In order to support the ministry, The Salvation Army takes discarded items that people donate, recycles them and then sells them in Salvation Army Family (thrift) Stores. Salvation Army ARC ministries provide housing, clothing, medical attention and educational aid to men who are seeking help for a drug or alcohol addiction. The ARC focuses recovery around the spiritual fulfillment that comes through a personal relationship with Christ, offering a variety of programs to practically accent this spiritual ideal.
Details: In 1974, Anchorage Neighborhood Health Center (ANHC) began service to Anchorage with a handful of clinicians in a trailer. Since that time, it has grown to become one of Alaska’s largest and most comprehensive primary care medical and dental practices.
Details: The Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC) offers comprehensive medical services and acute, specialty, primary and behavioral health care to more than 153,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people living in Alaska. ANMC is also home to one of America’s most unique health care environments - a place where the highest quality care and cutting-edge technology meets special cultural and traditional services and customer experiences. The award-winning medical center includes a 167-bed hospital, a full range of medical specialties, primary care services and labs. The ANMC hospital houses Alaska’s only Level II Trauma Center and is Alaska’s only hospital designated by Magnet for nursing excellence. The hospital also works in close partnership with rural health facilities statewide to support a broad range of health care and related services.
Details: Alaska Native Medical Center (ANMC) primary care services are offered in SCF’s six Primary Care Clinics and the Outpatient Pediatrics Clinic located inside the Anchorage Native Primary Care Center (ANPCC). The primary care services are reserved for those living in the Anchorage Service Unit (ASU), including the ASU villages. If you live in this region, there are other programs available to assist you in your wellness journey, including the ANPCC’s Complementary Medicine Clinic and Traditional Healing Clinic, which are managed as local referral services. Your primary care team will work in partnership with you - and in partnership with each other - to ensure you are getting the tools, support and resources you need to make decisions, and that all your health needs are addressed.