Are you homeless? Living in your vehicle? Couch surfing? At risk of losing your housing?

Find help at Juneau’s Project Homeless Connect, a free and convenient resource fair offering helpful services to meet your needs.

After a hiatus of a couple of years due to the pandemic, the Juneau Coalition on Housing and Homeless is returning with a new springtime version of our annual event. Hosted by The Glory Hall and Saint Vincent de Paul, this year’s PHC will feature about 30 service providers as well as a catered free lunch and refreshments, cool swag and gift card raffles. Located in the parking lots and community/day rooms of both facilities on Teal St., this new indoor-outdoor venue will contribute to a friendly and welcoming street fair atmosphere and allow for more space to promote a Covid-safe environment.

Services  will include: housing assistance; medical and wellness services; vaccinations and HIV testing; haircuts and footcare; IDs; pet services; job resources and education info; Social Security, disability and public assistance info and more!

Location: The Glory Hall and St. Vincent DePaul parking lots in the Valley on Teal St.

Time: Thursday April 28, 2022 from 9am-2pm.

Transportation: Located on the No 6 Riverside Express Bus Route. Rides also available from Foodland IGA leaving on the hour from 9am to noon.

Questions? Contact Dave Ringle at 789-5535 or dave@svdpjuneau.org

To volunteer contact Hazel at (907) 780-6775 or hblecount@alaska.net