Last-Modified: 2023-04-17 10:59:03
Homeward Bound facility provides rental apartments to individuals with limited credit and rental history. The program requires a person's ability to pay rent, to care for an apartment and be a good neighbor as prerequisites for tenancy. Also has 24 units for Alaska Mental Health Trust Beneficiaries. Offers homeless individuals dealing with chronic alcoholism the tools and resources needed to move from homelessness to stable, meaningful, and personally satisfying reintegration into the community. Improves conditions in which homeless people live by increasing access to community services and resources. Supports employment and housing needs of residents. Encourages clients to engage in community events, participate in social functions and provides opportunities for residents to obtain employment. Administrative hours: 7 days a week 8:00 am-5:00 pm.
Mission Statement: To empower low-income Alaskans through advocacy, education, affordable housing and direct services that respect our unique values and cultures
Services: Transitional Housing/Shelter
Fees: Depends on application.
Insurances: Agencies, Private Pay.
Eligibility: Low-Income, Homeless. Requires a person's ability to pay rent, to care for an apartment and be a good neighbor as pre-requires for tenancy.
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What is your current addiction OR problem that you are seeking help for? How long have you had this issue?
alcoholism, homeless, bipolar
homeless for 7 days
Meth. Been sober for 2 ad a half months. Couch surfing at the moment.
Have you used a transitional housing resource before?
yeas, I lived at the 3/4 house in Juneau for 8 months
Have you used this locations services before? What is your opinion of it?
Do you have any experience with the office personnel? How were they?
Do they take ex felons?