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Alaska Adult Education -

We are a WIOA grant-funded program under the Adult Education and Family Literacy Act. We provide free GED, ESL, College and Career Readiness, and skills for employment classes.  We are located in Homer but serve all communities in the lower Kenai Peninsula south on Ninilchik.

Alaska Autism Resource Center -

The AARC serves the needs of individuals with autism spectrum disorders, their families, caregivers, and service providers throughout the state of Alaska. We provide information, referral, training, and consultation via on-site and distance delivery. The Alaska Autism Resource Center (AARC) is a project of the Special Education Service Agency (SESA) located in Anchorage, Alaska.

Assistive Technology of Alaska -

ATLA is the only private non-profit, statewide, resource center serving Alaskans of any age to make informed decisions about the assistive technology that best meets their needs at work, school, home or just in life! Programs are in place to assist Alaskans in obtaining necessary services and solutions.

Guardian Flight Alaska -

Guardian Flight is the leading provider for air medical services in the State of Alaska. Transporting patients on and off the gird on the Kenai Peninsula with our helicopter and fixed wing assets.  We use the most advanced equipment, quality aircraft, and most importantly, trained and experienced board certified flight teams. You can see our helicopter regularly on the South Peninsula helicopter pad, Ready at a moments notice to serve the Homer community.

Help Me Grow Alaska -

Welcome to Help Me Grow Alaska. We are an agency dedicated to promoting healthy child development statewide by providing support and information to individuals and organizations who care for and about children and young adults. Whether you are a parent, provider, teacher or other caregiver with questions or concerns about a child in your life, we are here to help you.

Homer Volunteer Fire Department -

The Homer Volunteer Fire Department provides Fire and EMS services to the City of Homer and Kachemak City.

Hospice of Homer -

The Hospice of Homer motto is Compassion in Action. We provide comfort, dignity, and choice to the frail, isolated and those facing end-of-life issues.  Our services are free to all and include a medical equipment lending closet, a lending library, and volunteers who make visits and phone calls and run errands.

Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic -

Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic provides high-quality, low-cost, accessible reproductive and preventive healthcare for the southern Kenai Peninsula. Our clinic offers a broad range of confidential clinical services for adults and teens of all genders, backgrounds, and income levels.

Kachemak Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve -

The Kachemak Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve (KBNERR) is part of a national network of 29 reserves that are supported through the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and a state partner.  In the national network of National Estuarine Research Reserve System (NERRS), Kachemak Bay represents a high latitude, fjord estuary type.  KBNERRs state partner is the Alaska Center for Conservation Science (ACCS) at the University of Alaska, Anchorage (UAA). We also work closely with the KBNERR Community Council, a committed group of local residents and agency partners who meet quarterly to connect with KBNERR programs.

Ladies First  -

Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Services for Alaskans. Covering out-of-pocket costs associated with breast and cervical screening for Alaskan women.

Ninilchik Community Clinic -

The Ninilchik Traditional Council Community Clinic provides health services in Ninilchik and Homer and is also a source of assistance and referrals to other medical facilities in Alaska. Health and well-being are important tribal values and NTC encourages all people to improve or maintain their health of both body and mind. The principles of health and good medicine provide a strong foundation for personal achievements, community success, and cultural enrichment.

Paul Seaton -

Paul was chair of Health and Social Services, and co-chair of Finance Committee in the Alaska House of Representatives  Paul advocated for better health and to lower the incidence and severity of the disease burden on Alaskans by distributing published scientific studies comparing the effect of low vs. adequate vitamin D.

REC Room -

The REC Room is a safe place for teens to socialize with friends after school and participate in positive activities. Programming is virtual or in person as appropriate due to COVID-19.

Homer Peer Educators provide comprehensive, evidence-informed, peer-taught sexual health and wellness lessons to local middle and high school students.

SKP Resilience Coalition -

The SKP Resilience Coalition is a working group of the Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) coalition. The SKP Resilience Coalition is made up of health and human services organizations, individual community members, and other community groups focused on cultivating healthy relationships and resilient families, free from violence and substance misuse.
South Peninsula Haven House -
Supporting and empowering people impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault and promoting healthy families. DV/SA Shelter, Child Advocacy Center, Violence Prevention, & Homer Thrift.

South Peninsula Hospital Diabetes Education -

SPH offers diabetes self-management education and support to all community members and families dealing with all types of diabetes. Individual sessions and occasional group classes are available. There is no need to be a Homer Medical Center patient. Call (907) 235-0311 for appointments.

Southern Region EMS Council -

SREMSC is a devoted team working for all the people of EMS, helping them provide the best in patient care, and ensuring their commitment and value are recognized. We promote growth and development of community EMS. We promote excellence in patient care, quality management, injury prevention, and professionalism.

Sprout Family Services -

Sprout Family Services is a private non-profit corporation with a core purpose of promoting the healthy development of children from birth to age 5.  Sprout offers many resources for families, including virtual parenting classes, free developmental screenings, virtual home visits through the Infant Learning Program,  and much, much more!

The Whirling Rainbow Foundation -

A 501c3 non profit organization with the mission to promote community health and wellness through healing arts.

Water's Edge - a Family Resource Center -

A place where all women and families can come before, during and after pregnancy for education and care. Support and encourage parents to be intentional about raising healthy children. All services are free: Pregnancy tests, ultrasound, nurse consultation, pregnancy education, parenting education material resources and more.