In order for homeless and disadvantaged individuals to become self sufficient and independent, they need to have stability in their lives. This includes housing, freedom from addiction, adequate care for mental illness, a consistent source of income, and a well planned reintegration program into the community. It is our approach to utilize the agencies in the community to provide services for those that come to us in need. We like to say we have a "Native Blanket Toss'' approach to services. The more capable people we surround our clients with, the higher we can launch them. Partnering with other community agencies allows us to focus and to make the best possible use of our resources. Our clients are the ultimate benefactors as they receive meaningful services as well as knowledge of the community service support system.
EMERGENCY SERVICES AND SHELTER CASE MANAGEMENT
FRM serves homeless men, women, and children from not only the city of Fairbanks but also the entire Fairbanks North Star Borough (FNSB) community and the outlying rural areas. Emergency services includes three hot meals, a bed each night, clothing, and a safe environment for a period not to exceed 180 days from the initial check-in date.
VETERAN PROGRAM (SUPPORTIVE SERVICES FOR VETERAN FAMILIES ) works with low-income homeless Veterans and the at-risk-of-homelessness Veteran population to secure housing. 86 participants in 2014. Click here for Veteran's Program Brochure
VETERAN PROGRAM (GRANT PER DIEM) works with Mission resident Veterans to regain housing and employment as well as Veteran benefits. 33 participants in 2014.
GREEN COLLAR JOB PROGRAM uses our recycling business to train residents in recycling, shop safety, forklift operation and good employee practices. 4 participants in 2014. Click here for the Green Collar Jobs Program Brochure.
GENESIS RECOVERY AND RELAPSE PREVENTION PROGRAM is a residential recovery program which includes three stages: 1) Assessment and building a network of community support 2) Dealing with the underlying emotional issues of addiction 3) Aftercare 30 participants in 2014 Click here for Genesis Program Brochure.