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 two emergency shelters, a food pantry, supportive housing, an adoption and pregnancy support program, 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
St. Francis House Food Pantry
Anchorage’s largest client-choice food pantry
Supportive Family Services
Homeless Family Services
Case management to homeless individuals, homeless families, and homeless veterans
Refugee Assistance & Immigration Services
Assistance for refugees helping them become self-sufficient in their new home