Health Services

  • Health Assistance
    • Front Street Community Health Center provides health care to those experiencing homelessness, and anyone in need. They provide a broad range of services from physical, to behavioral, to dental.
    • SEARHC Medical, Ethel Lund Center and affiliated programs provide medical care to Native Alaskans and members of other federally recognized tribes, http://searhc.org/locations/juneau
    • Bartlett Regional Hospital provides comprehensive medical coverage, and is available for emergencies, to those with health insurance, and to those who have Medicaid or medicare coverage, http://www.bartletthospital.org/
  • Mental Health and Addiction Support
    • Juneau Alliance for Mental Health Inc. provides counseling, therapy, and assessments for various client groups, www.jamhi.org
    • Rainforest Recovery provides short term and inpatient alcohol counseling, and also can provide emergency services for those experiencing alcohol or addiction related trauma, https://www.bartletthospital.org/services/addiction-treatment.aspx
    • Gastineau Human Services provides behavioral health counseling for a variety of patient groups, http://ghscorp.org/
    • National Alliance for Mental Illness provides advocacy and support for those experiencing mental illness in our community, http://www.namijuneau.org/
    • The Polaris House provides a clubhouse environment, supportive services, housing assistance, and other resources for those experiencing mental illness, http://www.polarishouseak.org/
  • Other Health and Health Related Services
    • Denali Kid Care:health insurance coverage for children and teens through age 18, and for pregnant women who meet income guidelines.
    • Food Stamps: Provides food benefits to low-income households.
    • General Relief Assistance: a program designed to meet the basic needs of Alaskans in emergency situations. Also helps with burial costs.
    • Medicaid: Funding for health care with focus on coverage for low-income children, pregnant women, families, the elderly, blind, and the permanently disabled.
    • Chronic and Acute Medical Assistance: designed to help Alaskans with specific illnesses to get the care they need.
    • Juneau Public Health Center Juneau Public Health: The Juneau Public Health Center offers a variety of public health nursing services, including:
      • Immunizations for those who are eligible for Vaccine For Children (VFC) and Alaska state-supplied vaccine program
      • Tuberculosis screening and treatment
      • Sexually Transmitted Illness Screening and Treatment
      • HIV Screening
      • Well child exams
      • Family planning services
      • Health education and counseling -- Fee for service is assessed on a sliding fee scale. No one is ever denied services based on inability to pay. Call us at 907-465-3353 for appointments or to speak with a Public Health Nurse. We are located at 3412 Glacier Highway (across the street from the Twin Lakes playground).
    • Women Infant Children: Nutrition information and assistance purchasing food. Provides breast pumps for nursing mothers.
    • Breast and Cervical Health Check: Alaska’s Breast & Cervical Health Check program (BCHC) provides breast and cervical health screening services to women who meet certain income guidelines, who do not have insurance, who cannot meet their insurance deductible, or whose insurance doesn’t pay for breast and cervical health screening services. Call1-800-410-6266 to find the screening services nearest you.
    • VA clinic
    • Alcoholics Anonymous: (907)586-1161