The Alaska Mental Health Consumer Web (The Web) provides peer-driven, peer support in a safe environment guided by unconditional positive regard, using a recovery-based philosophy. The Web is a recovery-based drop-in center in Anchorage’s Fairview community. Activities are free of charge, funded by the Division of Behavioral Health, the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority & the AHFC. We offer hope with no red tape and no strings attached - We are wireless!
How Pick.Click.Give. makes a difference
Funding raised through Pick.Click.Give will be used for necessities for the homeless, such as cold weather gear, socks, band aids, hygiene products, chapstick, bus tokens, clean clothing, and rain ponchos. The Web caters to people with mental health issues and/or addictions who are often times also homeless. The Web provides services such as computer access, support for substance abuse recovery, peer mentoring, support groups, volunteer opportunities, housing, community involvement and re-entry, life-skills training, recreation, employment readiness/assistance, education, assistance with benefits, veteran’s issues, and more.