ANJC provides services and tools to those returning to the community after incarceration in order to successfully rebuild their lives. We work in collaboration with the Department of Corrections, Community Residential Centers, Substance Use Disorder Centers, reentry service providers, and other stakeholders.
Participants gain support through comprehensive case management, peer-driven support groups, behavioral cognitive therapy, and additional linkages for housing, employment, education, substance abuse, behavioral health, and medical health care.
We provide help navigating systems, intense case management and referrals to services.
- Financial support
- Cultural Activities
- Community Volunteer Work
- Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) Support Groups
- Assistance with the variance process in order to access education or employment
- Referrals to services Referrals to services:
- Health care
- Behavioral health care
- Recovery services for substance misuse
- Legal service providers
No. These ANJC services are available to all Alaskans.
No, ANJC does not have our own housing. However, ANJC assists participants with obtaining housing.
No. ANJC will refer you to our community partners. We can connect you with many services including mental health, substance abuse, and workforce development.
Yes. ANJC assists people who are eligible for obtaining a variance.