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Latest news for Alaska
Neighbors help neighbors at He Will Provide Food Pantry
The small nonprofit opened in 2006 to help feed those who otherwise would go hungry.
Kodiak Women’s Resource & Crisis Center goes the distance
The Kodiak Women’s Resource & Crisis Center started in 1978 with humble beginnings, after a few concerned residents saw a need to help.
Advocates for Victims of Violence does what it takes to keep clients safe
AVV provided 343 referrals to other service agencies for resources, received 405 calls from someone in crisis and provided 452 shelter nights to 79 victims and survivors.
Access Alaska gives patients tools they need for recovery
Providence Health & Services Alaska supports Access Alaska to the tune of $25,000 in 2019, which allows the program to serve a growing number of clientele.
PAMC Food Prep program for Brother Francis and Covenant House
At the end of each lunch shift, the cafeteria at Providence Alaska Medical Center often has food that hasn’t sold. Fortunately, the hospital does not let that good food go to waste.
New Life Development Transitional Housing
New Life believes everyone has the capacity to change. So does Providence Health & Services Alaska, whose mission is to serve the poor and vulnerable.
Nursing Students Inspired by Rural Nursing Program
University of Providence recently placed a focus on educating and serving rural communities by starting Bachelors of Science in Nursing programs in Lewistown, Montana and and Anchorage, Alaska.
Facing the Challenges of Nursing: Serving Rural Populations
Nursing shortages stem from multiple factors, but one of the industry’s biggest challenges is availability of quality training for new nurses in post-secondary institutions.
Alaska - Catholic Social Services housing program offers a fresh start
Homeless Family Services in Anchorage, Alaska