Anchorage Programs

Akeela / Anchorage Programs

Akeela House Recovery Center
Akeela House is a 48-bed adult, co-ed, long-term, residential therapeutic community program in Anchorage that offers supportive treatment in a safe and structured environment for clients to initiate or continue their recovery process.

Akeela Outpatient Program
This is a program serving men and women in need of outpatient or intensive outpatient substance use treatment. Group and individual counseling programs run 12 to 18 weeks with an emphasis on relapse prevention.

Stepping Stones Residential Program
Stepping Stones is a long-term treatment program serving women assessed at an ASAM III.5 level and children who live with their mothers in 15 individual apartments. It serves individuals with co-occurring disorders and it provides daycare for the children while the mothers attend treatment.

Akeela Women and Families Program
This program provides outpatient services to women who are assessed at the ASAM I or II.1 level. It offers group and individual counseling for 12 to 18 weeks with an emphasis on relapse prevention.

OCS Case Management Program
The participants in this program are all referred by the Office of Children’s Service because they are at risk of losing custody of their children unless they complete substance use disorder treatment and turn their family life around. Included is intensive case management for families under the supervision of the Office of Children’s Services.

Family Care Court
A division of the Therapeutic Court System, Family Care Court serves women in need of substance use disorder services whose children are wards of the State’s Office of Children’s Services.

Mental Health Outpatient Services
We provide individual and group counseling and rehabilitation services for all ages. Included are psychiatric services and play and drama therapy with an emphasis on providing a family trauma program serving women and children suffering from trauma. This program also provides services to treatment clients in our Anchorage based substance use programs that need mental health services.