Hope Community Resources Juneau / Southeast Region – ALASKA

Address: 9301 Glacier Hwy, Suite 100
Juneau, AK 99801
Phone: (907) 463-3602 Fax: (907) 4633605 Email: vpatterson@hopealaska.org Website: http://www.hopealaska.org/juneau_region.asp

Hope Community Resources (Hope) is a non-profit organization that provides community supports throughout the State of Alaska to over 1,200 families and individuals who experience disabilities. Currently, Hope is the only agency to provide services on a state-wide basis through regional offices that are located in Anchorage, the Mat-Su Valley, Dillingham, Kodiak, Juneau, Ketchikan, Seward, Barrow and the Kenai Peninsula. Based in these communities, Hope also serves the outlying areas and numerous villages surrounding each region. 
 

Hope Community Resources Juneau / Southeast Region
The Juneau/South East region boasts the “Rockwell Group,” a day services development committee run and organized by individuals and other stakeholders.  Undertaking the voluntary leadership role in this regard is an individual who chooses Hope’s supports and serves as the designated Rockwell Day Services Committee Coordinator.  Rockwell’s emphasis is on support recipient involvement and having the primary say in how day services are developed in Southeast and with the organization of planned social and recreational activities.  The Rockwell Group was established in 2008 and their accomplishments include developing a community focused recycling program; voluntary work opportunities; developing a year-round activities program; fostering sharing and giving back to the community; and serving as the fundraising force for Southeast.

 

Services Specific to the Region: Hope currently owns and operates two assisted living homes in Juneau and one in Ketchikan.  The majority of services in this region are provided through natural family settings, promoting Hope’s mission of keeping families together.

 

This region has a very active recreation program that includes lots of crafting opportunities and socials.  With the transition to a larger building, they will be looking at growing their current recreation program and incorporating a subsistence and cultural camp program.

Areas Served: Juneau, Auke Bay, Hoonah, Yakutat, Wrangell, Douglas and Ketchikan

Do you need CP legal help?