Facilitating Hope, Healing and Resilience Resulting in Lasting Change

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Mat-Su Office:

PO BOX 876741
Wasilla, AK 99687

Homer Office:

1130 Ocean Drive Suite A
Homer, AK 99603

Ways to Partner With SFA to Facilitate Freedom

Individual Donations

Set Free Alaska appreciates the many individuals who make our drug and alcohol treatment center possible by their generous contributions. To make giving easy, we have several options; EFT, check or credit card. Please consider partnering with us by giving a one-time donation, or committing to a monthly donation amount. All contributions are tax deductible and will directly go to supporting those in recovery.

Corporate Donations

Show Alaskans that your business cares while helping those in need! We provide links to sponsor websites, advertising for our sponsors through electronic and social networking, as well as recognition on our website homepage. Interested in supporting a good cause while getting the word out about your company? Contact Jason Manalli, Development Director at 907-252-9826.

Prayer Support

Become a prayer partner by praying for our Clients, Board and Staff. Specifically, freedom for our Clients; and wisdom for our Board and Staff.

“To say to the captives, ‘Come out,’ and to those in darkness, ‘Be free!” – Isaiah 49:9

Time and Materials Gifts

Cash donations are not the only way to help in the fight against addiction.  You may have building space, office supplies and materials, or a host of other items or services that could be of use.  We are committed to using all resources possible to help those in need and we appreciate your help.

Community Awareness

Set Free Alaska is a community centered agency with a strong emphasis on raising awareness. We have a community outreach team that is ready and willing to do presentations, outreach events, and drug specific education seminars. Help us raise awareness by signing up for our email list, Facebook, and Twitter pages, and forward information along to others. Increased awareness will empower our community to fight against addiction.