Homeless Family Services

Homeless Family Services (HFS) is a case management program that helps homeless individuals and homeless families with children. HFS staff work with families to address barriers that prevent them from being self-sufficient. The goal is to connect them to the resources to find a place to call home. HFS travels to the families wherever they may be — a camp site, a motel or a car.

Additionally, HFS Case managers are located at Clare House and Brother Francis Shelter to support individuals and families seeking to get out of Emergency Shelter and into permanent housing.

Click on the links below to find out more.

Shelter-Based Case Management (Brother Francis Shelter and Clare House)

Community-Based Case Management

Supportive Services for Veteran Families

If you have questions about the services Homeless Family Services provides please contact Stephanie Smithson, Program Director, at ssmithson@cssalaska.org

Find out how you can support Homeless Family Services and families in need.