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CRISIS and MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES for the ANCHORAGE AREA

 

* * * In the event of a life-threatenting mental health emergency, dial 911 * * *

Always explain the situation involves mental illness and ask for a CIT officer (see below)

* * * In the event of other mental health emergencies, dial 563-3200 * * *

 

CRISIS SERVICES in Anchorage 

Anchorage Police (EMERGENCY)  .....................................................................................................911

Anchorage Police Crisis Intervention Team ( Ask the dispatcher to send a CIT officer)...............907-786-8900

Alaska State Troopers.......................................................................................................................907-269-5511

Mental Health Emergency Counseling..............................................................................................907-563-3200

Suicide Prevention LIFELINE...........................................................................................................1-877-266-4357

 

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES in Anchorage

Anchorage Community Mental Health Services

4020 Folker Street                          907-563-1000                                        

For over 30 years, Anchorage Community Mental Health Services (ACMHS) [formerly Southcentral Counseling] has helped people in Anchorage and surrounding communities discover new beginnings in their lives.  Guided by professional experience, a focus on service, individual attention and deep commitment to the community, ACMHS has established itself as a leader in providing innovative quality lifestyle interventions through a full range of behavioral health services.

Providence Alaska Medical Center

Phone: 907.562.2211
3200 Providence Drive
Anchorage, AK 99508

Mental Health Unit                          907-212-3040

The state's largest hospital, Providence Alaska Medical Center provides full-service, comprehensive care to all Alaskans, a role unmatched by any other in the state.

Providence Crisis Recovery Center (PCRC)
Phone: 907.563.5006
Adolescent Program: 907.212.6299
Adult Program: 907.212.6240
Crisis Line: 907.563.3200

Access through Providence Hospital only.

PCRC is a short term 24-hr crisis stabilization services for adults.  The service helps consumers manage severe symptoms in order to prevent unnecessary or frequent hospitalization.  The daily program has groups and most consumers stay for 5 to 7 days.  Adults in the community can be assessed for services by calling the Crisis Line at 563-3200 or by going to the psychiatric emergency room at Providence.  Adults age 18 and older who are currently hospitalized at the Alaska Psychiatric Institute can ask their doctor at API for assessment for step down to PCRC. 

Providence Behavioral Medicine Group

3801 Lake Otis Parkway  Suite 200                907-212-6900

Providence Behavioral Medicine Group offers outpatient psychiatric care.  The staff includes psychiatrists, advance nurse practitioners, licensed clinical social workers, licensed marriage and family therapists and psychologists.  Services are provided for adults, children, adolescents and families.

Providence Center for NeuroPsychiatric Services

3801 Lake Otis Parkway, Suite 200
Anchorage, AK 99508 
907-212-6900                                                                                                                                               

Providence Behavioral Health and Providence Alaska Medical Center offer neuropsychological and psychodiagnostic assessment services for older adolescent (16 and older), adult, and geriatric individuals.

Alaska Native Medical Center/Southcentral Foundation Mental Health Clinic

4320 Diplomacy Drive       907-729-2500

ANMC runs the Southcentral Foundation Mental Health Clinic.    Although primarily for Alaska Natives, Southcentral Foundation also has mental health services available for non-Natives.

North Star Behavioral Health System  (FOR CHILDREN & ADOLESCENTS ONLY)

2530 Debarr Road                                907-258-7575 or 1-800-478-7575

North Star is committed to providing easy access to a comprehensive range of behavioral health services for patients ages 4 through 17.

Alaska Psychiatric Institute (API)

2800 Providence Drive                      907-269-7100

In partnership with individuals, their families and the community and providers, API provides therapeutic services which assist individuals to achieve a personal level of satisfaction and success in their recovery.

Bridges Counseling Connections

1407 W. 31st Avenue                     907-771-0536

Bridges Counseling Connections hopes that we can become bridges to a better tomorrow for the community of Anchorage. We will provide you a stable, safe, caring, environment, in which your best interest matter most.

Cornerstone Clinic

1825 Academy Drive                         907-522-7080

Cornerstone Clinic Counseling Center offers a safe harbor for you with compassionate, skilled mental health professionals to help you work through even the most difficult issues.

Counseling Solutions of Alaska

701 E. Tudor Road Suite 135           907-644-8044

We provide a broad range of services which includes comprehensive assessment and treatment to children, families, and adults.

Denali Family Services

1251 Muldoon Road                            907-274-8281

Our goal is to creatively provide health services for children who experience significant emotional challenges and their families or caregivers.

UAA Psychological Services Center

3211 Providence Drive SSB255               907-786-1795

UAA Psychological Services Center offers the campus community and the general public therapy and counseling.  [Services are provided by masters-degree-level and doctoral students.  Sliding fee scale may be available.]

Good Samaritan Counseling Center & Associates

 4241 B Street, Suite 100               907-565-4000

The Center provides counseling and medical psychiatric care for children, adolescents and adults.

Alaska Regional Hospital              (NO MENTAL HEALTH UNIT)

2801 Debarr Road                               907-279-1131

 

SEEK HELP WHEN YOU NEED IT

AND

BEFORE SYMPTOMS CASCADE TO A CRISIS !


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