The Salvation Army’s Eagle Crest is a Transitional Housing Program that provides low-cost alcohol and substance-free lodging for up to 76 guests in single, shared or dormitory rooms. Our mission is to provide a safe and stable living situation that helps people move toward their goal of independent housing.
Since 1985, this facility has been promoting an independent lifestyle where guests are responsible for providing and preparing their own meals in a shared kitchen. Guests are men or women, 19 years old or older, who possess adequate identification. There is a two-year limitation on length of stay.
In addition to shared use of the kitchen, guests have access to refrigerators and freezers, a large dayroom with television, books and games, as well as a weight room and laundry facilities. Guests are provided a set of bedding, room key, use of a business phone and a private mailbox for their use, at no extra cost. We have a community resource and employment board and provide 24-hour staffed, secure lodging. Grocery stores, banks, recreational facilities and two bus stops are within walking distance.
A case manager is available to Eagle Crest residents at no fee, on a voluntary basis, who can help individuals move toward successful, independent living.
Eagle Crest Fees:
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If you are interested in inquiring about staying with us, please call Eagle Crest Manager John Steurer between 10 am and 3 pm, Monday through Friday at (907) 276-5913. He will conduct a phone interview with you to determine eligibility. If eligible, we will then set up a date and time for a tour. Walk-ins are not allowed.
Want to Help?
Eagle Crest accepts donations of blankets, bedspreads and new pillows for twin size beds. We also can use dishes, cooking utensils, silverware, bus tokens and non-perishable food items. Monetary donations can be designated to Eagle Crest.
Eagle Crest – Transitional Housing Program
438 E. Ninth Avenue
Anchorage, AK 99501
Phone: (907) 276-5913
Fax: (907) 276-5916