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Dena’ina House

Cook Inlet Tribal Council and Covenant House Alaska (CHA) have partnered to increase housing in Anchorage for transitional age youth who are at-risk or homeless.

The Dena’ina House at 750 W. Fifth Avenue in Anchorage provides supportive housing for young people seeking independent living through the Rights of Passage program serving homeless and at-risk youth ages 18–21.

The Dena’ina House at 750 W. Fifth Avenue in Anchorage provides supportive housing for young people seeking independent living through the Rights of Passage program serving homeless and at-risk youth ages 18–21.

The partnership will expand CHA’s Rights of Passage transitional living program through the Dena’ina House, a newly renovated residential facility at 750 W. Fifth Avenue in Anchorage.

Through a $2.4 million renovation, the Dena’ina House offers supportive housing for young people seeking independent living through the Rights of Passage program serving homeless youth ages 18-21.

The model requires participants to work with a case manager to craft a “success plan,” and participants are required to hold jobs, pay rent, save money, learn to budget and develop other life skills needed for living independently.

For more information, contact the Rights of Passage Program Coordinator at 907-339-4420.