907-479-3909 | 1905 Cowles St., Fairbanks, Alaska

Services are all free of charge and include breast examination by medical doctors, mammograms and referral services.

907-451-6682 | 1717 W. Cowles, Fairbanks, Alaska

Services include OB/GYN care, well child, dental, mental health counseling, general medical, immunizations and school physicals. Must be Alaska Native or American Indian, must show tribal enrollment at first visit.

907-361-5612 | Bassett Army Community Hospital | Bldg. 4076, Fort Wainwright, Alaska

The Children’s Waiting Room is located at Bassett Army Community Hospital on Fort Wainwright, Alaska. The Children’s Waiting Room provides a nurturing environment for children (ages 6-months – 12-years) while their parents attend medical appointments at the Bassett Army Community Hospital. Before care can be established parents must complete a registration packet, and children must be up to date on immunizations.

800-780-9972 | Public Assistance 907-478-7778

A State of Alaska program that provides health insurance coverage for children through the age of 18 and pregnant mothers.

907-371-1300 | 1423 Peger Road, Fairbanks, Alaska

Offering health services for adults and children such as for aliments and well child checks. Not providing prenatal care or immunizations. Medicaid, Medicare and Denali KidCare accepted.


Stone Soup Group works with families of children with special needs from birth up to age 26. Our services are available statewide to help families with medical, disability, mental health and special education issues, most are at no cost to families.

907-452-4222 | 710 Third Ave., Fairbanks, Alaska

HIV/Aids prevention and education for youth and adults, free condoms, Sexually Transmitted Disease and HIV testing are available at no charge. All visits and client information are strictly confidential.

907-455-4567 | 1606 23rd Ave., Fairbanks, Alaska

Clinic provides comprehensive medical care for the entire family (from babies to seniors). Clinic accepts most insurance (Medicaid and Medicare) and offers a schedule of discounts on fees to eligible clients (based on household size and income).

800-769-0045 | 1867 Airport Way, Suite 160B, Fairbanks, Alaska

Provides confidential and affordable reproductive health care services to men, women and teens. Fees are based on a sliding scale according to individual’s income and family size.

907-455-8255 | 4474 Pikes Landing Rd, Fairbanks, Alaska

Provides free pregnancy tests, limited OB ultrasounds and parenting support.


The Epilepsy Foundation Alaska provides programs and services that support people and families impacted by epilepsy.

907-452-1776 | 1025 W. Barnette St., Fairbanks, Alaska

Services include general health screening and developmental assessment for children, immunization services for adults and children, services for sexually transmitted diseases, family planning services, and teen clinic – including reproductive health education, communicable disease information and referral. In addition, public health nurses provide home visits for health promotion services to individuals/families. Such as prenatal, infant and child health, and elder health services.


Healthy Alaskans brings together partners from many sectors across the state to improve health and ensure health equity for all Alaskans through shared understanding, united efforts and collective accountability.


907-377-2178 | 2631 Wabash Ave. First Floor, Eielson AFB

Provides recourse required to support active-duty Airmen, their Family members, DOD Civilians, retirees and single airmen. Programs include Employment Assistance, Personal and Family Readiness, Personal and Work Life, Financial Readiness, Relocation Assistance, Transition Assistance, Exceptional Family Member Program, and Military and Family Life Counselors.


907-456-4704 | 3504 Industrial Ave., Rm 104, Second Floor, Fairbanks, Alaska

NAMI provides advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives.

907-474-0890 | 1825 Marika Rd. Fairbanks, Alaska

Family Centered Services of Alaska, Inc. is a mental health center that serves severely emotionally disturbed children and their families.

907-371-1300 | 1423 Peger Rd, Fairbanks, Alaska

Comprehensive community mental health center providing diagnosis and evaluation, psychiatric services, individual, group, marital and family therapy for people experiencing grief, depression, suicidal thoughts, phobias, anxiety, relationship problems or personality disorders. Adjustable payment schedule, Medicaid and TRICARE accepted; no one is denied due to inability to pay.

907-762-8668 | 926 Aspen St., Fairbanks, Alaska

The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Alaska Behavioral Health provides confidential, high-quality behavioral healthcare services and local resource connection to post-9/11 veterans (including National Guard and Reserves), their Families, active-duty service members and the Families of active-duty service members, which includes spouse or partner, children, parents, siblings, caregivers and others. Services are available regardless of discharge status, role while in uniform, combat experience, ability to pay or insurance.

907-456-4238 | 540 Fourth Ave., Suite 100, Fairbanks, Alaska

Provides counseling to veterans, counseling to family members of certain eligible veterans, outreach and public education. Assists vets with military related problems, educational benefits and substance abuse counseling.

907-452-1739 | 1919 Lathrop St., Suite 220, Fairbanks, Alaska

Provides private medical care specializing in psychiatric and neurological disorders in children and adults.

907-451-8208 | 534 10th Ave., Fairbanks, Alaska

Offers trained professionals who work with individuals and offer comprehensive services including psychological testing and assessment as well as counseling. Most insurance accepted and a client assistance program is available.

907-458-3090 | 2001 Gillam Way, Fairbanks, Alaska

Hospice of the Tanana Valley provides support for people who are dying, their families and their loved ones. Support groups and community support for those who have experienced loss through death. Bereavement counselors are available for one-on-one counseling.

907-452-2293 or 800-478-7273 | 726 26th Ave. Suite 1, Fairbanks, Alaska

Provides counseling services to women who have been victims of assault, abuse, incest, elder abuse and to people who are in a crisis. The program provides shelter care for women and children as well as a legal advocate.

907-452-2473 | 600 University Ave. Suite 3, Fairbanks, Alaska

LEAP is an agency that provides a state-approved batterer’s intervention program for men, groups for women who use violence, an alternative to violence program for adolescents, and an anger management program.

Whether you want to strengthen a relationship or talk through a difficult situation, non-medical, short-term, solution focused counseling can help you thrive in your military life. MFLC’s are available to help service members, spouses, family members, children and staff with marriage and relationships, stress and anxiety, depression, grief and loss, as well as daily life issues.

Please Contact Army Community Services for the most up to date number 907-353-4227.

907-374-2850 | 726 26th Ave., Fairbanks, Alaska

A program of the Resource Center for Parents and Children, offers child sexual abuse response, evaluation and information center.

907-452-4673 | 3504 Industrial Ave. Suite 214, Fairbanks, Alaska

Professional faith-based counseling for individuals, couples, groups and families dealing with life challenges.

907-987-6829 | 816 28th Ave., Fairbanks Alaska

ARCSP believes that openly discussing the topic of suicide lowers the stigma surrounding the issue and brings health to those suffering with suicidal related concerns. Speaking on suicide is a life-saving act. Discussing suicide, however, needs to be done in a safe manner.

907-459-3800 | 122 First Ave., Fairbanks, Alaska

Provides outpatient behavioral health services, behavioral health screening and referral and crisis intervention to Indian Health Services beneficiaries.

907-474-1999 | Gruening Building, UAF Campus, Fairbanks, Alaska

Graduate student therapists from UA Psychology Doctoral Program (supervised by licensed psychologist) offer individual and couple therapy for adults. This service is available to everyone, and you do not need to be a student. For appointments or questions call.


The Chaplains' Offices provide religious services and sacraments, including worship, marriage, baptism, retreats and more. Religious education and pastoral care (i.e. visitation, hospital confinement counseling) are also offered.

For information on worship services and events please visit, our page.