Catholic Social Services helps Alaskans by providing a wide range of human support services related to the basic necessities of life – food and shelter, physical health and safety, and emotional and spiritual well being.
Our safety net of programs include emergency shelters, a food pantry, supportive housing, services for individuals with disabilities, and a refugee resettlement & immigration program.
CSS supports the independence of vulnerable individuals and families in crisis through our high-impact programs.
Brother Francis Shelter
Anchorage’s largest overnight shelter serving men and women 365 days a year
A homeless shelter & progressive housing for women with children
A facility that provides support for medically fragile individuals experiencing homelessness.
Family Disability Services
Support services for children and adults with developmental disabilities, as well as their families.
St. Francis House Food Pantry
One of the largest food pantries in Alaska.
Supportive Family Services
Homeless Family Services
Case management for homeless individuals, homeless families, and homeless veterans.
Refugee Assistance & Immigration Services
Assistance for refugees helping them become self-sufficient in their new home