Street Outreach & Recovery Program

Anchorage Children’s Home currently operates a Street Outreach & Recovery Program serving an average of 200 homeless youth in our community.

The program is a mobile unit of street outreach workers who engage homeless youth, providing basic essentials such as food, water and hygiene products, while building a trusting relationship helping them to make a smooth transition into self-sufficient living free from the dangers of homelessness and street life.

If you are homeless or know of someone homeless under the age of 22, please contact (850) 784-1020 for help.

To support our efforts through SOAR services, please call (850) 763-7102 for our current needs list or to inquire about volunteering.


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While Anchorage Children's Home does obtain federal and state funding through grants and contracts to serve at-risk and abused, neglected and abandoned children; these funding sources frequently require private matching funds and do not provide enough support to pay for the total cost of essential services. The generous financial support by our community partners and private individuals is critical to our ability to continue to be an Anchor for today's children and strengthen tomorrow's families. We need your help through financial support to the Anchorage Children’s Home Foundation which provides the private funds necessary to effectively run the programs of Anchorage Children’s Home.

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