When scheduling a free appointment with a local Healthcare Navigator (by calling 211), please let them know if you will need a translator. They can make accommodations during your appointment for you or your family.
HMA Grant Program
The Home Modification & Accessibility (HMA) Grant Program is now open for application!
The purpose of the HMA is to provide housing accessibility modifications for eligible applicants who are Alaska Mental Health Trust beneficiaries and individuals with disabilities or special needs that will extend their ability to live independently in the community. Home modification will allow eligible individuals to overcome roadblocks in realizing an enhanced quality of life while attaining the highest level of self-sufficiency possible.
Up to $15,000 is available to qualified beneficiaries or individuals with a single-family, owner-occupied home, or up to $12,000 for applicants who live in rental housing. There are no income limits or age limit.
For More Information: Call NeighborWorks Alaska at 677-8490 and ask to speak with our Grant Coordinator
Job Opportunity - U.S.P.S.
For the first time ever, the U.S. Postal Service will be a participant in the Alaska Women’s Show. The show caters to women of all ages and races. The focus at the USPS booth will be on recruiting females to join the team. Please inform your daughters, sisters, aunts, nieces and girlfriends to make a point to stop by our booth.
The Alaska Women's Show will be taking place at the Sullivan Arena September 22-24, 2017 from 11–6 Fri/Sat and 11–5 on Sun
Admission and parking is free!