Kodiak Island Housing Authority offers programs to assist residents at the following facilities:
Kodiak Island Housing Authority offers a number of family enrichment programs to enhance the quality of life for all family members. Most programs originate at the Family Investment Center (FIC), located at 2815 Woody Way and are free of charge to residents of our low rent housing programs.
Among the programs are job-skill and job-search training programs, GED training and certification programs for adults. Also included are life skill training, teen pregnancy prevention, family literacy, health, hygiene and parenting programs.
Youth programs include training in life skills and a variety of recreational and community programs. A summer mentoring program provides youth positive role models, and helps develop positive interaction among various age and ethnic groups. Youth scholarships are available to promote leadership and development in culturally relevant activities such as Native Youth Olympics, Dig Afognak, Spirit Camp and Native Educators.
Kodiak Island Housing Authority strives to ensure safe and affordable housing for seniors, while allowing them to maintain economic independence and self-sufficiency. We encourage resident involvement in all facets of life activities and with family and friends.
Supportive Services are varied and will be determined by the interest, abilities and limitations of the residents’ needs. Assistance with daily living activities, such as light housekeeping, laundry services and/or meal preparation, is available. Other services provided may include Lifelines (emergency medical alert equipment), meal delivery, transportation and activities. There is no charge to the resident for the varied services.