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ADRC 

Aging & Disability Resource Center

About Aging & Disability Resource Center

The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) is the place to start to find out about the variety of programs that are available to assist you in the community. ADRC serves as a one stop resource center, where our trained and certified Resource Specialists are available to answer your questions and help you understand and navigate a wide variety of resources. ADRC prevents those seeking long-term care support from having to navigate the maze of services alone. ADRC promotes choice and independence for those who need information and assistance regarding long-term care services in our community. ADRC advocates for seniors and those with disabilities to ensure they have the most current, reliable and unbiased information available on long-term care options and services.

Speak to one of our knowledgeable staff members at (907) 343-7770

Senior Services Coordinator, Nancy Anderson, may be reached at Andersonnv@muni.org

Resource Specialist, Karla Wright may be reached at wrightkj@muni.org

Resource Specialist, Sonya Davis may be reached at davissr@muni.org

Resource Specialist, Jasmine Bracey may be reached at braceyjs@muni.org

Resource Specialist, Heather Lindquist may be reached at lindquisthl@muni.org

Chugach Manor/ Chugach View Services

The Service Coordinator assists over 240 seniors and or individuals with disabilities, to maintain their independent living in Chugach Manor and View. The residents are supported with case management, advocacy, access to community resources, benefits and any other supports as needed.

Service Coordinator, Kim Stoltz, can be reached at (907) 330-6154 Manor (907) 330-6156 View or stolzkj@muni.org 

What We Do

Application Assistance

Contact a Resource Specialists with questions and concerns you have about public and private benefit programs. Our specialist will help you access programs such as Social Security, Medicaid, Public Assistance and more.

Options Counseling

Our Resource Specialists can assistant you and your family plan for you future by participating in objective, in depth conversation to help you understand your options and make the best decision for yourself or your loved ones.

ADRC First Prescreens

The ADRC First prescreen is the first step in the Medicaid Waiver application process. For more information regarding the ALI or APDD waiver process, call the ADRC in Anchorage at 907-343-7770 or to schedule a prescreen call 1-855-565-2017.

ADRC Outreach - Brown Bag Education Series

Monthly Educational Presentations on topics of interest to residents of the Anchorage area that may be helpful to you, your friends, loved ones & clients. Break away from your daily routine, bring your lunch if you want to and join us for an opportunity to learn something new! Series is held at the BP Energy Center from Noon-1:00 pm on the 2nd Tuesday of each month.

Hours

The Aging and Disability Resource Center is open Monday - Friday, 8am - 4:30pm. We are closed daily from 12:00pm - 1:00pm for lunch.

Location

Department of Health and Human Services
825 L St., Suite 203
Anchorage, AK 99501
Toll Free: 1.877.6AK.ADRC or 907.343.4694

    • Aging & Disability Resource Center
    • Division Manager:: Steven Ashman
    • 825 L Street, Anchorage, AK 99501
    • 907-343-6718

Who We Serve

  • Older Adults and Persons with Disabilities
  • Caregivers
  • Professional Providers
  • Anchorage Region

Emergency Outreach Services

Funded by U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Emergency Outreach Project provides services and emergency financial assistance to individuals and families to prevent homelessness.