Juneau Summer Youth Programs

Juneau Summer 2016 Youth Activities and Lunch Programs

With the end of the school year, many school district programs aimed at students and homeless youth are discontinued until the beginning of the new academic year in fall. This can result in a gap in services for students experiencing homelessness, and often leaves some people without the resources they depend on through the school. The community of Juneau does provide many programs throughout the summer however, and the JCHH is involved in making sure these students are matched with the services they need while school is not in session. Below is a resource guide for summer programs for youth and adults providing food, education, activities and support for those in need.

ORCA Summer Activites Calendar

Shepherd of the Valley Summer Lunch Program

Northern Lights Church

Providing free lunches to children up to 18 years of age in Cedar Park's Community Room (3410 Foster Ave.-West Juneau) and Geneva Woods' Community Room (1617 Douglas Hwy.-Douglas).

Weekdays between 11:30 AM and 1:00 PM.

Gruening Park (1800 Northwood Drive)

Providing free lunches for all ages.

Weekdays starting at 11:30 AM.

Zach Gordon Youth Center

Food is always available. Warm Meals are served mid-afternoon & evening.

11:00 AM – 9:00 PM Monday – Saturday Closed on Holidays

(907) 586-2635

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is hosting VBS, Egypt: Joseph's Journey from Prison to Palace the week of June 27th. It will be from 6 to 7:30PM Monday through Thursday and the last day on Sunday the 3rd.

430 W. Willoughby Ave. (907) 586-2136

Juneau Public Libraries Summer Activities Calendar

Lunches are served with most activities.