The Alaska Behavioral Health Association (ABHA) is proud of its diverse membership. Executive leaders from mental health and substance abuse treatment providers serving Alaskans from Ketchikan to Barrow, Eagle Village to Adak and all points in between have come together to help develop the best system of care possible to support people in their recovery.

With a few notable exceptions, the State of Alaska has privatized behavioral health services. Public mental health and substance abuse treatment services are offered primarily through a series of grant and contract agreements to private, for-profit and non-profit corporations as well as through providers reimbursed for their services by Medicaid.

ABHA is an association of tribal and non-tribal behavioral health providers. Our members serve infants, children, youth and adolescent, adults and the elderly. Members range from small community clinics to the largest mental health and the largest drug and alcohol treatment providers in the state. They provide clinic and rehabilitative services from prevention and early intervention services to acute, inpatient and residential care. Our diverse membership shares the common goal of continuously improving the quality, cost-effective, patient-centered behavioral health treatment services available to Alaskans.

AK Child & Family


  • Residential treatment at Jesse Lee Campus and Maplewood Campus
  • Teen Group Home – a collaboration with Catholic Social Services
  • Treatment Foster Care
  • Home based services
Akeela, Inc.

Anchorage, Fairbanks, Kenai, Ketchikan, Mat-Su

  • Full suite of substance abuse services – Residential, Intensive Outpatient, and Outpatient
  • Comprehensive diagnostics and treatment for substance use and mental health disorders
  • Onsite/offsite Intensive outpatient substance use treatment for incarcerated persons
  • Transitional housing for individuals completing substance use treatment programs

Alaska Family Services

Palmer and Wasilla

  • DVSA Emergency Shelter (32-bed)
  • Integrated behavioral health treatment services
  • Alcohol Safety Action Program
  • Individual, Group, Family counseling
  • Family support and preservation

Alaska Native Tribal Health
Consortium (ANTHC)


ANTHC’s Behavioral Health department works with tribal health organizations throughout the state to help build stronger Alaskans and healthier communities.

Through training, education, and coordination with their partners, ANTHC collaborates to address community health.

Alaska Training Cooperative


  • Facilitate and promote coordination and collaboration among training entities
  • Provide technical assistance to address training opportunities, training needs, and gaps identified by providers serving Trust beneficiaries
  • Document and report training data for agencies and individuals
  • Increase availability of quality training that equips the home-based, community-based, and behavioral health workforce deliver culturally attuned services throughout Alaska and for our unique Alaska Native populations.
Alaska Youth & Family Network

Anchorage, Kenai, Mat-Su

Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association

Atka, Nikolski, Unalaska, St. George

  • Outpatient counseling for individual, family, couples
  • Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Alcohol and Drug Information School (ADIS)
  • Psychological Assessments
  • Psychiatric Medication Evaluation and Medication Management through Contract Psychiatrist
  • Tobacco Cessation Counseling and NicotineReplacement Therapy

Anchorage Community
Mental Health Services

Anchorage and Fairbanks

  • Child Trauma Center and Trauma Training
  • Community and Clinic-based services for adults experiencing Serious Mental Illness
  • Day Break Adult Day Center for adults with Alzheimer’s Disease and related disorders
The Arc of Anchorage


  • Behavioral Health Services for dually diagnosed (mental illness/emotional disturbance along with developmental disability).
  • Care coordination
  • Community inclusion and support
  • Supported employment
Assets, Inc.


  • Behavioral Health services for dually diagnosed (IDD/MI ) persons
  • Supported Employment: Community employers and Assets employment
  • Preferred community living support
Bartlett Regional Hospital

Juneau & Southeast Alaska

  • Inpatient Mental Health Services
  • Residential, Intensive Outpatient, and Outpatienttreatment for substance use disorders
  • Medically assisted withdrawal services
  • Individual, Family, Group Counseling
  • Diagnostic Services
  • 24-hr Emergency Services program
Birchwood Behavioral Health


  • Residential treatment
  • Individual, family, and group therapy
  • Medication management
  • Primary health care
  • Educational supports
Central Peninsula General Hospital

Kenai Peninsula

  • Adult residential substance abuse treatment at Serenity House
  • Adolescent substance abuse treatment through the Diamond Willow Program
  • Community outreach activities
  • Prevention and Early Intervention regional lead
Choices, Inc.


  • Peer-driven, peer support programming
  • Outpatient services for adults experiencing serious mental illness
  • Clinic, Rehabilitative, Assertive Outreach and Engagement services

Chenega IRA, Native Village of Eyak, Nanwalek IRA, Port Graham Village, Qutekcak Native Tribe, Tatitlek IRA, Valdez Native Tribe

  • Individual, Family, and Couples Counseling
  • Outpatient substance abuse treatment
  • Village-Based Services
  • Continuing Care
Community Connections

Ketchikan, Prince of Whales

  • Early learning /development (age 0-3)
  • Psych assessments, individual, family, group therapy, and skill development
  • Services for individuals with Developmental Disabilities
  • Respite, chore services, care coordination, and other services for older Alaskans and adults
Compassionate Directions (CODI)

Mat-Su Borough

  • Behavioral Health services for youth (age 3-21) and families
  • Youth school-based programs
  • Parenting with Love and Limits family skills training
Cook Inlet Council on Alcohol & Drug Abuse

Kenai, Homer

  • Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient treatment for drug and alcohol addiction
  • Specialized groups and programs for adolescents, people experiencing co-occurring disorders, gender-based groups, and criminal justice groups
Cook Inlet Tribal Council

Cook Inlet Region of Southcentral Alaska

  • Access to Recovery partnership with Southcentral Foundation
  • Chanlyut – 2 year residential/work training program (based on Delancey Street)
  • Outpatient and Intensive Outpatient treatment services
  • Ernie Turner Detox Center (12 bed)
  • Ernie Turner Residential Center (12 bed, 6 mo.)
Copper River Native Association

Copper River Basin

  • 24/7 Crisis Line
  • Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient Treatment services for drug and alcohol dependence
  • Itinerant Psychiatric Services (6-8 times/year)
  • Village-based counseling services
Cordova Community
Medical Center
(Sound Alternatives)


  • Mental Health/Substance Abuse assessments
  • Psychiatric evaluations for medication management
  • Individual outpatient psychotherapy for child, youth, and adults
  • Group and Individual substance abuse treatment
  • Telepsychiatry
Daybreak, Inc.


  • Case management and comprehensive community support services for adults experiencing chronic mental illness
  • Independent living support
Denali Family Services

Anchorage, Mat-Su Valley

  • Clinical services specializing in services for youth experiencing SED and their families
  • Therapeutic foster care
  • Case management
  • School-based services
Discovery Cove Recovery &
Wellness Center

Statewide service delivery

  • Counseling services specializing in academic behavior problems, ADHD, Depression, Anxiety for youth experiencing SED and their families
  • Substance abuse treatment including assessment, outpatient and intensive outpatient treatment, and Alcohol and Drug Information School
  • Equine Assisted Psychotherapy
  • Suboxone – Medication Assisted Treatment
Eastern Aleutian Tribes

Adak, Akutan, Cold Bay,
False Pass, King Cove,
Nelson Lagoon, Sand Point, Whittier

  • Crisis and Emergency Care
  • Individual, Group Counseling, and Family Counseling
  • Coordination of Psychiatric Svcs and Medication Mgmt
  • Outpatient Substance Abuse Services
Fairbanks Native Association


  • 16-bed detox facility
  • Ralph Perdue Center – Adult Drug & Alcohol Treatment Center – 10 residential beds and 30 outpatient slots
  • Graf – 12 bed co-ed, youth residential treatment center (age 12-18)
  • Women and Children Center for Inner Healing – 12 bed treatment center for pregnant women and those with children to 4 years old
Family Centered Services of Alaska

Fairbanks, Wasilla, Delta, Dillingham

  • Therapeutic foster homes and group homes
  • Youth education support services
  • Building Bridges Outpatient Drug & Alcohol Treatment (ages 12-18)
  • Clinic and Rehabilitative services
  • Youth Residential Treatment Center
Frontier Community Services

Central Kenai Peninsula, Valdez

  • Case management
  • Individual skill development
  • Crisis Intervention and individual therapy
  • IDD and Senior Support Services: Home and Community Based waiver services, Short term assistance and referral (STAR), care coordination, respite care
Gastineau Human Services

Juneau, Southeast Alaska

  • Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient treatment services for alcohol and drug disorders
  • Transitional housing
  • Residential reentry program for adults
Hope Community Resources, Inc.

Statewide with regional offices

  • Care coordination, Case Management
  • Supported Living, Supported Employment
  • Day habilitation
  • Independent living and skill development
JAMHI Health & Wellness, Inc.


  • 24/7 Psychiatric Emergency Services
  • Outpatient behavioral health, primary care & wellness services for adults experiencing mental illness
  • Residential Services for Adults with Serious Mental Illness
  • Telehealth services
Juneau Youth Services


  • Emergency, Residential, and Community-based mental health and chemical dependency services for youth and families
  • Early Childhoood & School-based services
  • Residential Services – Emergency (10 beds); Level III (15 beds); Level IV (6 beds – girls only); Level IV (6 beds – boys only); Level IV (15 beds).
  • Transitional Apartments
  • Treatment Foster Care Services
Kodiak Area
Native Association

City of Kodiak, Ouzinkie, Old Harbor, Larsen Bay, Akhiok, Port Lions, and Karluk

  • Individual and Family Psychotherapy
  • Outpatient and IOP Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Suboxone – Medication Assited Treatment
  • Integrated Care & Community Prevention Programs
  • Parenting with Love & Limits
  • Child Advocacy Center
Kenaitze Indian Tribe

Kenai Peninsula

  • Comprehensive behavioral health assessments
  • Individual, group, and family therapy
  • Assessments, outpatient treatment, and assistance with residential placement for substance use disorders
Maniilaq Association

Northwest Alaska

  • Holistic family approach to alcohol/substance abuse treatment
  • Mavsigviq – Family Recovery Camp for treatment of addiction
  • 24-hr Social Model detox available
  • Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Youth Suicide Prevention
Mat-Su Health Services, Inc.

Mat-Su Valley

Core Services

  • 24/7 Crisis Intervention
  • Individual, Group, Family therapy
  • Psychiatric evaluation, Medication management
  • Psychosocial Rehab Services for children and adults
Mat-Su Health Foundation

Mat-Su Borough


  • To Improve the Health and Wellness of Alaskans Living in the Mat-Su. Mat-Su Health Foundation values community assets, prevention, access to health and wellness care, fairness, collaboration, and leadership.
Narcotic Drug Treatment Center

Anchorage / Statewide

Core Services

  • Methadone assisted therapy
  • Individual and group counseling
  • Medically monitored outpatient treatment for opiate abuse
  • Anonymous HIV testing, education, and counseling
National Council on Alcoholism &
Drug Dependence (NCADD)


Core Services

  • Interventions
  • Mental Health and Substance Use Assessments
  • Outpatient treatment and referral
  • Recovery Support
  • Overdose Prevention and Education
North Slope Borough

Barrow / North Slope

Core Services

  • Arctic Women in Crisis (AWIC) support
  • Children & Youth services
  • Integrated Behavioral Health – includes Matsutani Community Resource Program and the Gathering Place Day Program.
  • Collaboration with Hope Community Resources for the Mental Health Group Home in Barrow for adults
North Star Behavioral Health


Core Services

  • 24/7 No Cost Assessment
  • Acute Psychiatric Inpatient (children ages 4-11; boys and girls ages 12-18)
  • Psychiatric Residential Treatment Center (girls ages 12-18, boys ages 11-18)
  • Chris Kyle Patriots Hospital – Acute Psychiatric Inpatient for Service Members and Veterans
  • PTSD and Substance Use Disorder services for ages 18+
Norton Sound Health Corporation

Nome and 15 villages within
Bering Strait Region

Core Services

  • Outpatient services including psychiatric assessment and evaluation, crisis management, medication assessment and evaluation, case management and referral
  • Individual, couple, group, and family counseling
  • Referral and support for residential treatment
Nugen’s Ranch – Alaska Addiction Rehabilitation Services, Inc.

Mat-Su Valley & Statewide

Core Services

  • Long-term Residential substance use disorder treatment for adults (26 beds)
  • Treatment planning
  • Individual and group therapy
  • Community involvement
  • Life skills and employment skills development
Peninsula Community Health Services

Kenai Peninsula

Core Services

  • Services for severely emotionally disturbed youth include case management, home and community based services, medication management, individual and family therapy.
  • School-based services
  • Crisis intervention
  • Psychosocial rehab services, and skills development
Petersburg Mental Health Services


Core Services

  • Behavioral health services
  • Strategic Prevention Framework for Alcohol Abuse prevention
  • Primary and Behavioral Health Integration Program with Alaska Island Community Services focusing on wellness
Polaris House


Core Services

Regional Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor Training Program (RADACT)


Core Services

  • Training opportunities for individuals for chemical dependency/behavioral health counselor certification, clinical supervision, and administration
  • Provides, coordinates and delivers on-site training
  • Offers correspondence classes and a three-week intense training academy
Railbelt Mental Health
& Addictions

Nenana, Anderson, Healy,
Clear Air Force Base, Cantwell
McKinley Village, and Denali Park

Core Services

  • Psychiatric Emergency Services
  • Drug/Alcohol Testing, Assessment, and Referral
  • Individual/ Family Outpatient Treatment
  • Case Management
  • Community Prevention programs
Salvation Army Clitheroe Center

Anchorage / Statewide

Core Services

Seaview Community Services


Core Services

  • 24/7 manned crisis line
  • Individual, group, family therapy
  • Assisted living and transitional homes
  • Community-based rehab services
  • Co-occurring treatment services
  • Services for victims of Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault
Sitka Counseling and Prevention


Core Services

  • Integrated behavioral health assessments
  • Residential Treatment programs – Mac’s Place (Men’s ASAM level 3.1) and Mary’s Place (Women’s ASAM level 3.1)
  • Outpatient counseling services
  • Employee Assistance Program support
  • Emergency services
  • Supportive Housing
South Peninsula Behavioral Health Services


Core Services

  • 24/7 Mental Health Emergency Services
  • Psychosocial Adult Rehab
  • Adult Outpatient treatment services
  • Services for Children and Youth
  • School-based services including STEP (Students and Teachers Engaged with Parents and Specialists)
  • Psych assessment and medication management
Southcentral Foundation

Anchorage / Statewide

Core Services

  • Fireweed Clinic – Psych Eval and assessments, Med Management, Crisis Intervention
  • Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault program
  • Pathway Home (youth); Quyana Clubhouse (adults with severe persistent mental illness)
  • Dena A Coy – residential substance abuse treatment for pregnant women
Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC)

Southeast Alaska

  • Outpatient behavioral health treatment
  • Psychiatric and substance abuse assessment and evaluation, crisis management, med management, case management
  • Raven’s Way – Adolescent Residential Substance Abuse Treatment
  • Domestic Violence and Suicide Prevention programs
  • 24/7 SEARHC Help Line

Core Services

Tanana Chiefs Conference

Fairbanks & 42 villages of Interior Alaska

Core Services

  • Early Intervention Services – screening, brief interventions, health education, pre-treatment services, substance use assessments and tobacco cessation
  • Outpatient Services – therapy, psychiatry, case management as well as substance use outpatient treatment in our rural communities
  • Residential Treatment – Old Minto Family Recover Camp (Level III.3) inpatient substance use treatment and Paul Williams House, residential transitional program for adults with chronic mental illness
Volunteers of America – Alaska


Core Services

  • Adolescent Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services
  • ASSIST: Outpatient Substance Use and Mental Health Treatment for all ages
  • ARCH: 24-bed residential facility providing chemical dependency and co-occurring mental health treatment for youth ages 13-18
Yukon Kuskokwim Health Corporation

Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta

Core Services

  • Emergency On-Call Responders
  • Crisis Respite
  • Emergency Residential Diagnostic Treatment Center for Youth
  • Residential Psychiatric Treatment
  • Boys’ Group Home
  • Outpatient Treatment Services
  • Adult Rehab Services