We Help Youth Facing Homelessness in Anchorage, Alaska

We serve young people experiencing or at risk of homelessness or human trafficking with absolute respect and unconditional love. Our ultimate goal is to help each young person move on with their lives in positive ways with counseling, education, stable employment, and secure housing.

Get Help Now

On the street? Need help? We're open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Call: 907-272-1255.

Or come to:

755 A Street
Anchorage, AK 99501

Music room at Covenant House Alaska, helping homeless youth in anchorage

At Covenant House Alaska (CHAK), our doors are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for youth ages 13 to 24 facing homelessness and human trafficking. All our services are free of charge. We offer young people safety, rest, and are here for youth to provide support, guidance, encouragement, and a listening ear.

Our Shelter

CHAK offers young people experiencing or at risk of homelessness a safe place to stay. With our open intake policy, no youth who comes to our door is turned away. We are never too full to welcome them in, nor too busy to talk. We meet immediate needs for food, clothing, and a warm bed and then help each young person build a foundation of safety and trust so they can build their future.

Our Programs

Young people can access short-term emergency care through CHAK’s street outreach program, drop-in services, and emergency shelter. Our Youth Engagement Center offers them access to health care, educational achievement, employment, housing assistance, and enrichment activities. And our transitional and supportive housing programs help young people find and keep a home of their own.

Our Services

Covenant House Alaska is nationally recognized for the innovative work we do to provide young people with everything they need in one place — so they can move forward to a brighter future.

  • Meals
  • Case management
  • Pastoral care/spiritual wellness
  • Clothing
  • Crisis intervention
  • Transportation assistance
  • Medical care
  • Wellness and enrichment
  • Arts and music classes
  • Substance use counseling
  • Life skills workshops
  • Vocational training
  • Mental health care
  • Education assistance
  • Housing services
  • Family mediation
  • Employment assistance
  • Trafficking survivor services

Shelter Is Only the Beginning

From crisis to care: Find out what it's like when a young person enters our doors.