The Salvation Army is at work in Alaska providing needed assistance with our programs, honoring a century-old commitment to serve those in need at the time of need and at the place of need. Our emergency services include family shelter, assistance in crisis, transitional housing, and disaster response and training.

A number of our services, listed below, disaster 
responseare based out of Anchorage; services may also be offered through individual Corps throughout the state. Please contact The Salvation Army location nearest you for information on local resources

Eagle Crest - low-cost, alcohol-free/drug-free transitional housing for men and women, ages 19+.

Family Services - practical emergency assistance and spiritual counseling to help individuals and families during a time of personal crisis.

McKinnell House - temporary emergency shelter and case management services to families experiencing the crisis of homelessness

Human trafficking abolition - The Salvation Army Social Justice program works closely with local law enforcement and other agencies and raises awareness through presentations, walks, movie screenings, and trainings.

Disaster relief - The Salvation Army stands ready to serve the community in the event of a disaster. Staff in Anchorage support and direct the Army's state-wide network of services that impact Alaskans in 17 communities.