For immediate help
The information below is not a complete listing of all agencies.
Safety Alert: computer use can be monitored and is impossible to completely clear. If you are in danger: use a safer computer, call your local hotline, or the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE.
A nationwide directory of shelters for women.
Family Law Self Help Center
This video, available in English, Español and Yup'ik explains how to apply for a DVPO, represent yourself at your hearing for a long-term (one-year) order and how to plan for your safety. It also highlights issues that you need to think about if you have children.
For more information about protective orders, call the Family Law Self Help Center at 907- 264-0851 (in Anchorage) or toll-free (866) 279-0851 (outside Anchorage but in Alaska).
Your communications with the staff are not confidential and the staff is available to help both parties.
Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
Sex Offender/Child Kidnapper Registration Central Registry
Search the Database
Communities & Programs
Abused Women Aid in Crisis AWAIC
24 hr Crisis Line: 907-272-0100
100 W. 13th Avenue
Anchorage, AK 99501
Alaska dating and domestic violence prevention: Its Not Cool
ELMENDORF AIR FORCE BASE
FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM: 907-580-5858
Domestic Violence Advocate: 24/7 907-551-2034
Sexual Assault Advocate: 24/7 907-551-SARC
Women's Shelter - Will provide transportation if needed.
Call for counseling: groups/classes/services available
Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) 907-264-1408
STAR (Standing Together Against Rape)
Crisis Line: 1-800-478-8999
Information and counseling for sexual assault victims.
Parents for Megan’s Law and the Crime Victims Center (PFML/CVC) provides national Helpline community support and assistance on issues related to Megan’s Law, sex offender management and sexual assault prevention.
We are a New York State Certified Rape Crisis Center and are funded by the U.S. Justice Department to staff the National Megan’s Law Helpline to support the community when sex offender notifications are implemented and to provide appropriate law enforcement referrals when registrants are failing to comply with registration requirements or are in positions of trust which may pose a risk to public safety.
You can contact PFML/CVC trained staff who are available to support you and your community at:
1 (888) 275-7365.
We would also request that you link to our website (www.parentsformeganslaw.org) to provide your community with up-to-date information regarding sex offender registration and notification laws and links to sex offender registries nationwide.
1057 West Fireweed Lane - Suite 101
Anchorage, AK 99503
Arctic Women In Crisis (AWIC)
Toll Free Crisis Line: 1-800-478-0267
Services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, child and vulnerable adult abuse. Crisis intervention, one-to-one counseling, groups,legal and medical advocacy provided.
Emergency shelter in Barrow, volunteer Safe Homes in seven outlying villages (Atqasuk, Barter Island (Kaktovik), Nuiqsut, Point Hope, Point Lay, Anaktuvuk Pass and Wainwright.) Emergency one way transportation to Barrow.
NSB Health Emergency
Crisis Line 1-800-478-0267
Tribal Victim Assistance Program
Domestic Violence Intervention (DVIP)
Tundra Women's Coalition
Crisis Line: 1-800- 478-7799
Tundra Women’s Coalition –Emergency shelter and crisis intervention for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in the YK Delta. Services include 24-hour crisis line, peer advocacy and support, community education, referrals, legal advocacy, women, children, and teen support groups, and parent education.
COPPER CENTER, GLENNALLEN and VALDEZ
1-800-835-4044 Advocates for Victims of Violence, Inc.
Crisis Line: 907-822-5525
Copper River Native Association
Cordova Family Resource Center
24 Hour Crisis Line 907-424-4357
Services provided are: Client Advocacy, 24 hour HelpLine, Safe Homes, Transport to shelters outside of Cordova, Child Advocacy, Educational Workshops, Crisis Intervention, Lending Library, Referrals to other agencies, SART, and Parenting Skills.
Safe and Fear Free Environment, Inc. S.A.F.E
Crisis Line 1-800-478-2316
Services include: support groups for free childcare while the adults are attending aftercare, teen nights, women's support craft night, sister support group for battered women coping with substance abuse and teen parenting. S.A.F.E. has a licensed clinical counselor. They do advocacy, provide transportation and have a receiving home.
Office Phone: 907-842-2320
Interior Alaska Center for Non-Violent Living (IAC)
24 hour confidential support by phone: 907- 452-2293 or 1(800) 478-7273
on-line @ RAINN
TDD: 907- 452-1120
Counseling & Assistance in a shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Services include crisis intervention, counseling, advocacy and support, legal advocacy, education/referrals for women and children.
Victim Advocate: 353-4202
24/7 Hotline: 388-4203
Aid to Women in Abuse and Rape Crisis (AWARE)
Crisis Line: 586 - 1090
Toll Free Crisis Line: 1-800-478-1090
Call for counseling/groups/classes/services available.
South Penninsula Haven House
Crisis Line: 1-800-478-7712
South Peninsula Haven House provides domestic violence/sexual assault advocacy, shelter, education and outreach to the southern Kenai Peninsula from Ninilchik to Homer and communities across Kachemak Bay. Our service area includes Ninilchik, Anchor Point, Happy Valley, Homer , Kachemak City, Fritz Creek, Miller’s Landing, Diamond Ridge, Fox River, and the Russian Old Believer Villages of Nikolaevsk, Kachemak Selo, and Voznesenka. The SPHH service area also includes the Native Villages of Seldovia, Port Graham and Nanwalek.
Email us: SPHH
Sexual Assault Response Team (SART): 235-0287
Leeshore Center: 907-283-9479
24 hour crisis line: 907-283-7257
The Leeshore center is a 32-bed emergency shelter.
The LeeShore Center Mission Statement
To provide a safe haven for women and children who are victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault while promoting a safe, healthy, violence free community: by treating all people with respect, while empowering and supporting women; by creating an educated and aware public; by promoting healthy families; and by striving to eliminate domestic abuse, sexual assault, and associated societal oppression.
Women in Safe Homes - W.I.S.H. Crisis Line
225-WISH (9474) or 1-800-478-9474
Children's Program, Family Services, Education Department, Legal Advocacy W.I.S.H. Family Services
Ketchikan Indian Community
228-4900 or 1-800-252-5158
I.C.W.A. provider, Youths Groups, Culture Camp. Counseling in Substance Abuse and Domestic Violence
2960 Tongass Ave.
Ketchikan, AK 99901
Ketchikan Indian Community
CCTHITA - Saxman Social Services
225-2518, Fax 247-2504
Social Services/ Indian Child Welfare Act
Saxman City Hall
Rt. 2 Box 2
Ketchikan, AK 99901
1-800-478-5153 Fax: 443-4457
Local ICWA Tribal Family Coordinator in Brevig Mission, Golovin, Mary's Igloo & Teller, Shishmaref, Wales, King Island, White Mountain, Elim, Koyuk, Shaktoolik, Stebbins, St. Michael, Unalakleet.
Kawerak Child Advocacy Center
443-4376, Fax 443-4474
Front St. Old Federal Bldg.
P. O. Box 948
Nome, Ak 99762
W.A.V.E. Women's Aid in Violent Emergencies
907-518 - 0555, 1-800-478-9474
Regional shelter (in Ketchikan) for victims of domestic violence and
sexual assault and their children.
W.I.S.H has a children's advocate to work with children who are victims of sexual, physical and emotional abuse. They provide both individual counseling and groups for children.
Tlingit-Haida Central Council Social Services
For Tribal Members
PRINCE OF WALES ISLAND
Safe Home: 1-800-478-9474
St. Paul Island
The Aleut Community of St. Paul Tribal Government’s Health & Human Services Department incorporates the Rural Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Program (RDV/SA Program). The RDV/SA Program provides community education & outreach, plus advocacy for victims experiencing domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault & services for children experiencing domestic violence.
The RDV/SA Program collaborates with appropriate entities in the community through the Strategic Planning Advisory Board (SPAB) and Sexual Assault Response Team (SART). A “safe house” is also included in the program, the Parker House, which is a facility used to provide safety for women & children (if any) who have experienced victimization of domestic violence, sexual assault, or any other related acts of violence.
For questions related to the Tribal Government of St. Paul Rural Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Program, please contact:
Tribal Government RDV/SA Program Coordinator
Po Box 86
St. Paul Island, AK 99660
Sexual Assault Advocate
Rural Domestic Violence & Child Victimization Advocate
SeaView Community Services:
1-888-224-5257 or 224-5257
Sitkans Against Family Violence (SAFV)
Crisis Line: 1-800-478-5511, 747-6511
Women’s shelter - Call for counseling/groups/classes/services available
SART: Sexual Assault Response Team: 714-4547
Unalaskans Against Sexual Assault & Family Violence (USAFV)
USAFV 24-Hour Crisis Line: 1- 800-478-7238 or 581-1500
Advocates for Victims of Violence
Crisis Line: 835-2999
Regional shelter for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and their children.
Other Statewide and National Resources:
Careline Hotline 24/7 1-877-266-4357
Violent Crimes Compensation Board
1-800-764-3040 or 1-907- 465-3040
The VCCB can provied money for couseling for victims and their families, transportation to safety, medical costs, lost wages, and other needed services for eligible victims and their families.(The Board does not pay for loss or damage to personal property or pain and suffering)
The Alaska Office of Victims Rights (OVR)
The OVR is an agency of the Alaska Legislature that provides free legal services to victims of crime to help them obtain the rights they are guaranteed under Alaska’s constitution and statutes with regard to their contacts with police, prosecutors, judges, and other criminal justice agencies in this state. The OVR also advances and protects those victims’ rights in court when necessary and authorized by law.
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Abuse hotline: 1-800-478-444 or 911
If you suspect a child is abused or neglected call.
A child's safety may depend on you.
Updated May 10, 2013
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