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Part of the series “Domestic violence in Alaska: A crisis at home.”
City officials call shelter a success so far; skeptics say some homeless people are avoiding it.
Anchorage adds to record homeless death total as major winter storm drops more than two feet of snow
Four homeless people have died in Anchorage in the last week, underscoring the city’s ongoing struggle to house a large homeless population at the same… Continue reading
Warming shelter, off-road vehicle park, Suicide Basin monitoring also on agenda for Monday’s meeting.
Staff — some recently homeless themselves — welcome first overnighters to converted Thane warehouse.
Multiple evening shuttles from Glory Hall and downtown, one in morning from Thane shelter planned
Objections voiced about shortcomings at planned site, lack of input by affected agencies and people.
Due to cold forecast, city plans to open converted warehouse before Assembly gives official OK.
Temperatures expected to stay above freezing, but with frequent rain, during coming week.
Use of former warehouse south of downtown criticized by pastor of church hosting shelter last year.
Church votes 25-24 on third try to host winter warming shelter — but Mount Jumbo Gym may be used instead
St. Vincent de Paul in talks with city about Douglas gym as Resurrection Lutheran remains divided.
Resource fair returns after a pandemic pause.
The city has been without a youth shelter for about two years.
The center, located next to the new Glory Hall, breaks ground this autumn.
The Glory Hall also recieved a major donation of cleaning supplies.
It’s increased nationwide for four years.
The new shelter squeezed lots of work in ahead of much of this winter’s foul weather.
The grant is part of a larger $1.4 million grant for organizations across Alaska.
End duplications and find gaps.
Glory Hall scales back amid budget questions.