Mental Health & Substance Abuse Resources
Sound Alternatives provides the following contact information and web links as a service to you. The information on these sites should never take the place of seeking care at our facility.
- Cordova Family Resource Center 907-424-5674
- Cordova Public Health Nurse 907-424-4547
- Cordova Infant Learning Program 907-424-3425
Assistance for Alaska's Elders
Access programs for adult day services, nursing home/residential services, in-home support, and other programs geared especially towards our senior population.
ATLA can help Alaskans enhance their quality of life through cost-effective technological solutions.
Get help finding a job...with child care...with your heating bills...with child support...with medical issues. We are here to help.
Help for Alaskans with Developmental Disabilities
Connect with caregivers, long-term services and support available statewide. Assistance includes financial, assistive technology, transportation, and in-home care.
Alaskans 65 and older, as well as those with certain disabilities, are eligible for Medicare. Enrollment deadlines apply, so be sure you don't miss out. Everyone's situation is different, and this site will help explain your options. Learn about the Medicare hospital insurance, medical insurance, and prescription (Part-D) coverage.
Need Help Now?
Chat online with a support professional, get 24-7 telephone support, or find resources to help you help a friend.
SAMHSA, A Government Behavioral Health Resource
Behavioral health is essential to health. Prevention works. People Recover. Treatment is Effective. SAMHSA offers suicide prevention and crisis hotlines, programs specific to military families, and numerous wellness and prevention initiatives.
Near the bottom of the web site "page", Alaskans can find self-help resources including crisis intervention, support groups, counseling facilities and substance abuse treatment facility locations.
SERRC - Alaska's Educational Resource Center
SERRC works within the education system to provide tutoring, career and technical education opportunities for student; free GED, ESL, and job readiness services; family literacy programs; and job training and placement assistance for seniors.
SESA Special Education Programs
Assistance for Alaskan school districts and early intervention programs. Services for students with autism, emotional disturbances, mental retardation, traumatic brain injury, vision and/or hearing impairments, and other qualifying disabilities.
Stone Soup Group
Helping families of children with special needs from birth to age 26. Assistance areas include medical, disability, mental health, and special education issues.