Temporary and Emergency Housing

Emergency Housing

AWARE

​​If you are experiencing a domestic violence emergency, or have been displaced from your home because of an abusive situation, please contact AWARE (Aiding Women in Abuse and Rape Emergencies) through the link provided. 

 

The Glory Hole

If you need immediate housing assistance, The Glory Hole can help. 

 

Juneau Youth Services

If you are a youth (up to age 21), and need emergency housing services, contact Juneau Youth Services for help. Juneau Youth Services began operations in 1961. We provide a full array of emergency, assessment/out-patient, school-based, and residential services for children and youth ages 3 through 21, who have mental health and/or substance use issues. A summary of our services is provided below:

Cornerstone Emergency and Transition Services Cornerstone Shelter (789-0572)

Overnight shelter for youth ages 10 to 18 who need a time out or safe place to stay

Skill development and therapy service

Transitional Living Program (523-6688)

Transitional living apartments for youth ages 16 to 21

Skill development and therapy

Assessment and Outpatient Programs (789-4733)

Comprehensive assessments addressing mental health and substance abuse

Psychiatric assessments and medication management

Chemical Dependency Program

Outpatient counseling services for youth with alcohol and drug use problems

Family Outpatient Program

Individual and family therapy for youth with mental health concerns

Therapeutic Foster Care Program

School-based Services (789-4733)

In-class support and before/after-school skill development and therapy services

Services available in all JYS schools and Head Start classrooms

Walk-in counseling available to high school students through the Teen Health Center

Long-term Residential Programs (789-4733)

Miller House

12 bed, co-ed program for youth ages 12 to 18 with behavioral problems

Lighthouse

6 bed program for girls ages 12 to 18 with mental health problems

Wallington House

6 bed program for boys ages 12 to 18 with sexual offense problems

Montana Creek

5 bed co-ed program for youth ages 12 to 18 with both mental health and substance use programs

Location: Administration Building at 2075 Jordan Avenue (next to Lyle's Furniture)
Contact: (907) 789-7610
For the most current information, visit their website at: www.jys.org


 

Transitional Housing

St. Vincent DePaul

St. Vincent's offers housing options to individuals and families who are experiencing a gap in their housing and need a place to stay while they seek a more permanent home.  http://svdpjuneau.org/emergency-housing/

Gastineau Human Services--JUNO House  

The mission of GHS is to serve individuals, their families, and the community by providing structured treatment and employment program opportunities with an emphasis on those persons who are criminal offenders and/or substance abusers. GHS’s efforts focus on three areas: treatment of substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders, community corrections, and transitional housing for those experiencing homelessness.

The main goal of the Juno House is to provide safe temporary housing that affords the resident the time and opportunity necessary to obtain affordable permanent housing. The Juno House case manager will assist each resident in creating an individualized plan to successfully move on from transitional housing.

 The Juno House offers a structured group living environment, with men and women housed in separate buildings. There is no provision for families or couples. There is zero tolerance for alcohol and substance use. All residents of the Juno House are required to secure employment unless they are recipients of disability or retirement benefits. Residency in the Juno House is limited to eighteen (18) months and costs $375 per month. The first month is free.http://ghscorp.org/

Tlingit and Haida Regional Housing Authority

THRHA can help you to find temporary, transitional, and permanant housing with the help of their many programs. Use this link to find help with transitional housing http://regionalhousingauthority.org/housing-programs/

THRHA's mission is to providing affordable housing opportunities and solutions for all Southeast Alaskans. Their programs also include: Weatherization, Energy Assistance, Financial Literacy, Tax Assistance, Student Housing Vouchers, Home Ownership Mortgage Loans, Down Payment Assistance,and Rental Housing.

Juneau Youth Services

JYS can help with transitional and temporary housing. Please use this link to find more information, or see the list above. http://www.jys.org/tlp.php


Targeted Housing Programs

 

 

 

 

 

  • Rental Assistance,
    • Alaska Housing Development Corporation provides financial support for security deposits and other rental assistance, and can be located at 1800 Northwood Dr
      Juneau, AK 99801
      (907) 780-6666