Alaska Legal Services Landlord/Tenant Legal Help Line
ALSC offers a Landlord/Tenant Legal Helpline to provide free assistance to both tenants and landlords with legal questions and situations. Staffed by volunteer attorneys, this Landlord/Tenant Helpline is open to receive calls on Monday-Thursday from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. The number to call in the Anchorage area is 907-743-1000. For outside of the Anchorage area, you can call the toll-free number at 855-743-1001
Alaska Housing Finance Corporation
Alaska Housing offers a variety of rental programs to accommodate diverse housing needs to ensure that all residents have access to safe, quality, affordable rentals.
Heating Assistance Program
The Heating Assistance Program (HAP) is designed to promote the general welfare and safeguard the health and well-being of Alaska's population by offsetting the cost of home heating for eligible Alaskan residents. (907) 465-3058
The Nortwind Apartments consists of 3, eight unit buildings with a mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments. Rent is based on the income eligibility requirements set by the Dept of Housing and Urban Development. All utilities are included in the rent. You do NOT need a current Section 8 voucher.
Basic Needs Resources
“Healthy Food Healthy Families” program.
This directly benefits up to 20 local families in Petersburg who are needing assistance bringing healthy food to the table. Families who are in need of receiving benefits of this program are encouraged to email, aid will depend on amount donated.
Free Menstrual Products
Menstrual products ordered or picked up from WAVE. Limited reusable products available.
Free/Reduced Lunch Program
PCSD ask Parents or guardians who have a child in school to fill out the online Free and Reduced Priced meal program application. for more information contact Food Service Director, Carlee Johnson, at email@example.com or call the main office for more information. (877)-526-7656
Petersburg Indian Association
Tribal Members: General Assistance Services for food, clothing, shelter and utilities, Transportation 65+ and/or disabilities
Financial assistance for general relief, medical, child care, food, etc for people in need. Petersburg Served by Ketchikan office. 1-800-478-2135
First Baptist Church
503 Gjoa Street
Wednesday night Church Supper at 6 p.m.
Women, Infants and Children Program [WIC]
WIC is a public health program providing nutrition and breastfeeding education, counseling, support, nutritious foods and referrals to needed services. firstname.lastname@example.org. 1-800-330-2229