The Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault is committed to eliminating domestic and sexual violence against all Alaskans. We are made up of 18 programs that provide services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, including emergency shelter, 24-hour crisis hotlines, food, clothing, transportation, legal assistance, counseling, community education and more!
Alaska Has 18 Domestic Violence and/or Sexual Assault Programs and three affiliate programs. The following are our member programs throughout Alaska. For services, call the program closest to your location.
Our Member Programs
The Network has 18 member programs and two affiliate programs that provide:
* Emergency Shelter
* 24-Hour Crisis Hotlines
* Food, clothing, and other essential items
* Confidential Advocacy
* Legal Advocacy
* Support Groups
* Community Education and Outreach
* Rural Outreach
* SART (Sexual Assault Response Team)
Please note, all of the above services are not provided at each of the following program locations. Please contact your local program for a specific list of services provided.
|Location||Program (Click the link to view the program’s website)||Communities Served||Crisis Line Number|
|ANCHORAGE||Abused Women’s Aid in Crisis (AWAIC)||Anchorage, Cordova, Eagle River, Girdwood, Seward||(907) 272-0100|
|ANCHORAGE||Standing Together Against Rape (STAR)||Anchorage, Eagle River, Eklutna, Girdwood, Mat-Su Valley||(907) 276-7273|
|BARROW||Arctic Women in Crisis (AWIC)||Barrow, Anaktuvuk Pass, Atqasuk, Kaktovik, Nuiqsut, Pt. Hope, Pt. Lay, Wainwright||(907) 852-0267Toll Free: 1-800-478-0267|
|BETHEL||Tundra Women’s Coalition (TWC)||Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta including: Bethel, Akiakchak, Akiak, Alakanuk, Andreafsky, Aniak, Anvik, Atmautuak, Chauthbaluk, Chefornak, Chevak, Chuloonawick, Crooked Creek, Eek, Emmonak, Georgetown, Goodnews Bay, Grayling, Hamilton, Holy Cross, Hooper Bay, Kalakag, Kalskag, Kasigluk, Kipnuk, Kongiganak, Kotlik, Kwethluk, Kwigillingok, Lime Village, Marshall, Mekoryuk, Mountain Village, Napakiak, Napskiak, Napaimute, Newtok, Nightmute, Nunapitchuk, Ohogamiut, Oscarville, Paimiut, Pilot Station, Pitka’s Point, Platinum, Stony River, Toksook Bay, Tuluksak, Tununak, Tuntutuliak, Umkumiut||(907) 543-3456Toll Free: 1-800-478-7799|
|CORDOVA||Cordova Family Resource Center (CFRC)||Cordova, Cape Yakataga, Chisana, Chitina, Eyak, Kenny Lake, McCarthy, Nubesna, Tonsina, Yakutat||(907) 424-4357Toll Free: 1-866-790-4357|
|DILLINGHAM||Safe and Fear-Free Environment (SAFE)||Dillingham, Aleknagik, Chignik, Chignik Lagoon, Chignik Lake, Clark’s Point, Egegik, Ekuk, Ekwok, Goodnews Bay, Igiugig, Iliamma, Ivanoff Bay, King Salmon, Kokhanok, Koliganek, Levelock, Manokotak, Naknek, Newhalen, New Stuyahok, Nondalton, Pedro Bay, Perryville, Pilot Point, Platinum, Port Heiden, Portage Creek, South Naknek, Tofiak, Twin Hills, Ugashik||(907) 842-2316Toll Free: 1-800-478-2316|
|FAIRBANKS||Interior Alaska Center for Non-Violent Living (IAC)||Fairbanks, Alatna, Allakaket, Anaktuvuk Pass, Anderson, Anvik, Arctic Village, Beaver, Canyon Village, Clear, Dendun, Delta Junction, Dot Lake, Eagle, Evansville, Fort Yukon, Galena, Grayling, Gwich’in, Healy Lake, Holy Cross, Hughes, Huslia, Kaltag, Koyukuk, Lake Minchumina, Louden, Manley, McGrath, Medfra, Minto, Nenana, Nikolai, North Pole, Northway, Nulato, Rampart, Ruby, Shageluk, Stevens Village, Takotna, Tanacross, Tanana, Telida, Tetlin, Tok, Venetie||(907) 452-7273Toll Free: 1-800-478-7273|
|HOMER||South Peninsula Haven House (SPHH)||Homer, Anchor Point, Dolina, Fritz Creek, Happy Valley, Kachemak City, Kachemak Selo, Nanwalek, Nikolaevsk, Ninilchik, Port Graham, Razdolna, Seldovia, Voznesenka||(907) 235-8101Toll Free: 1-800-478-7712|
|JUNEAU||Aiding Women in Abuse and Rape Emergencies (AWARE)||Juneau, Elfin Cove, Gustavus, Haines, Hoonah, Klukwan, Pelican, Skagway, Tenakee Springs, Yakutat||(907) 586-1090Toll Free: 1-800-478-1090|
|KENAI||The LeeShore Center||Central peninsula, Kenai, Soldotna, and surrounding area||(907) 283-7257|
|KETCHIKAN||Women in Safe Homes (WISH)||Ketchikan, Craig, Metlakatla, Petersburg, Saxman, Prince of Wales Island, Thorne Bay, Wrangell||(907) 225-9474Toll Free: 1-800-478-9474|
|KODIAK||Kodiak Women’s Resource Center (KWRCC)||Kodiak, Akhiok, Chiniak, Danger Bay, Kodiak Island Borough, Karluk, Larsen Bay, Old Harbor, Ouzinkie, Port Lions||(907) 486-3625|
|KOTZEBUE||Maniilaq Family Crisis Center (MFCC)||Kotzebue, Ambler, Buckland, Candle, Deering, Kiana, Kivalina, Kobuk, Noatak, Noorvik, Pt. Hope, Seawik, Shungnak||(907) 442-3969|
|NOME||Bering Sea Women’s Group||Nome, Brevig Mission, Diomede, Elim, Gambell, Golovin, Koyuk, Savoonga, Shaktoolik, Shishmaref, Stebbins, St. Michael, Teller, unalakleet, Wales, White Mountain||(907) 443-5444Toll Free: 1-800-570-5444|
|SEWARD||SeaView Community Services||Eastern Kenai peninsula, Seward, Hope||(907) 224-3027|
|SITKA||Sitkans Against Family Violence (SAFV)||Sitka, Angoon, Kake, Port Alexander||(907) 747-3370Toll Free: 1-800-478-6511|
|UNALASKA||Unalaskans Standing Against Family Violence (USAFV)||Unalaska, Dutch Harbor, Adaq, Akutan, Atka, Cold Bay, Nikolski, King Cove, Nelson Lagoon, Port Moller, Sand Point, St. George, St. Paul||(907) 581-1500Toll Free: 1-800-478-7238|
|VALDEZ||Advocates for Victims of Violence (AVV)||Valdez, Chitina, Christochina, Copper Center, Glenallen, Gulkana, Gukona, Kenny Lake, Mendeltna, Tatilek, Tolsona||(907) 835-2999Toll Free: 1-800-835-4044|
|Location||Program||Communities Served||Crisis Line Number|
|CRAIG||Helping Ourselves Prevent Emergencies (HOPE)||Craig, Prince of Wales Island||(907) 826- HOPE (4673)|
|PETERSBURG||Working Against Violence for Everyone (WAVE)||Petersburg||Office Line: 907-650-712324 Hour Line: 907-518-0555|
|STATEWIDE||Alaska National Guard Sexual Assault Prevention and Response||Statewide services provided to members and their families of other military organizations (Army, Navy, Air, Marines, Coast Guard- both active and reserves).||Contact: (907) 428-6219Department of Defense Safehelpline: (877) 995-5247www.safehelpline.org|
The Alaska Network on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault is a non-profit, statewide membership organization committed to eliminating domestic violence, sexual assault, teen dating violence and stalking against all Alaskans. The Policy Program is an integral part of this effort by working in conjunction with other Network projects: training, prevention, and legal advocacy; our member programs; state agencies; state and federal policy makers; and other key partners to ensure that laws and policies are supportive of and enhance the safety of victims, survivors and their families.
Giving Survivors a Voice at the State Legislature
Improving the law is one important tool for addressing the needs of victims and survivors. ANDVSA provides a voice at the Alaska State Legislature responding to legislation and educating legislators on the intended and unintended consequences for victims and survivors of proposed legislation. We research and analyze possible legislation, examine practices and policies being used throughout Alaska and how these issues have been addressed in other states. In addition to legislation, agency regulations are continuously monitored and reviewed for their impact on our member programs and the people that they serve.
State Budget Priorities
ANDVSA works with our membership to ensure that Alaska has a strong network of services that provide critical resources to meet the needs of sexual assault and domestic violence survivors and their families. Along with Network member programs, we educate and inform the Alaska State Legislature and Governor’s Office about financial resources that are needed so that DVSA programs can adequately provide shelter, advocacy, and other crucial support services to the victims and survivors they serve.
ANDVSA also advocates for victim-centered public policy on the federal level. We actively engage with the Alaska congressional delegation to advocate for federal policies that provide legal protections and funding. For example, the success of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and Family Violence Prevention and Services Act depend on our continued advocacy. For more information on federal budget and policies, click here.