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Annual Report to Our Communities
Latest news for Alaska
Providence Alaska annual community report
Providence leaders review the annual report for community investments in Alaska. Learn more.
Supporting teen mental health during challenging times
Olympic Gold Medalist, Kikkan Randall, Nadine Baker, Ph.D., and Brandy Stratman, LCSW discuss youth behavioral health in Alaska.
Valdez Childcare Plays Vital Role in Community
In partnership with Providence Alaska Foundation, Providence Health & Services Alaska invested $49,500 in community partnership funding to help Stepping Stones with facility upgrades.
Pandemic Reveals Unforeseen and Better Care Options
A ham and cheese sandwich is what Theodore Terenty Merculief craves. It’s about 2 p.m. – a little late for lunch, but too early for dinner.
Makeshift Onsite Clinic Serves Vulnerable Population
David Jones sits slumped over his walker in a waiting room chair at a makeshift clinic in Anchorage’s Sullivan Arena. He’s wearing a face mask, faded jeans and rubbing his knee like a baker kneading.
Program Helps Feed Hungry Children – and their Families
It takes two jobs for Yolanda Daniels to support her family. She is a single mother to three children, one in high school and the other two in elementary school.
Seward Ministerial Association Assists with Prescription Costs
In partnership with Providence Alaska Foundation, Providence Health & Services Alaska invested $10,000 in community partnership funding to help the association continue its good works.
Delivery Program Helps Kodiak Seniors Stay Healthy – and Connected
Kodiak Island is home to some 6,000 residents, and a third of them, like Mary Morris, are 60 or older. This means the Senior Citizens of Kodiak plays a vital role in keeping older Alaskans thriving.
Alaska - Catholic Social Services housing program offers a fresh start
Homeless Family Services in Anchorage, Alaska