Coalition Overview.

The Anchorage Reentry Coalition is a diverse group of more than 45 programs, agencies, and individuals that are engaged in prisoner reentry and recidivism reduction efforts in Anchorage and in Alaska. It has existed for over fifteen years.

 

The Coalition has one full-time staff member, the Coalition Coordinator, whose position is funded through the Alaska Mental Health Trust. There is also an affiliated Case Manager that works closely with the Coalition Coordinator to provide pre and post-release case management services to eligible individuals that are schedule to be released from a DOC facility. This grant is through the Division of Behavorial Health at Alaska DHSS.

The Coalition seeks to partner with agencies and organizations on the implementation and delivery of a wide-range of activities, including services related to: housing, employment, transportation, support systems, and access to integrated healthcare.  The Coalition is also interested in raising awareness about prisoner reentry issues in the Anchorage community among both the general public and relevant agencies and organizations throughout the state. 

Steering Team  Partners.

  • Alaska Department of Labor & Workforce Development

  • Alaska Department of Corrections

  • Alaska Native Justice Center

  • Alaska VA

  • ​NeighborWorks Alaska

  • One2One Mentorship Program

  • Partners Reentry Center

  • Get-by, Inc.