Home Based Services

COVID-19 Information

Southcentral Foundation’s leadership understands these are difficult times and continues to closely monitor this dynamic, rapidly evolving situation.

Part of SCF’s Emergency Management Plan and Pandemic Response includes different levels of operations and staffing based on many factors, including paying attention to guidance from health authorities and local officials.

  • Open via telehealth and in-person

Waiver Care Coordination

Southcentral Foundation Waiver Care Coordination specializes in services for Elders and adults with physical disabilities under Medicaid CHOICE Waiver programs. CHOICE stands for Community and Home Options to Institutional Care for Everyone. This program allows Elders and adults with physical disabilities to remain in their own home or in assisted living facilities. CHOICE Medicaid Services include:

  • Residential supported living
  • Adult day services
  • Respite
  • Transportation
  • Environmental modification
  • Chore services
  • Meals
  • Specialized medical equipment and supplies
  • Specialized private duty nursing services

To learn more information, click here.

Nutaqsiivik Nurse-Family Partnership

Southcentral Foundation Nutaqsiivik Nurse-Family Partnership is a voluntary, home visiting program that works with families, mothers, and infants to provide education and support as a supplement to regular prenatal care and well-child checkups. Together, the nurse and family develop goals and an education plan that help the family prepare to welcome a new member into their home.

Nutaqsiivik families are partnered with a registered nurse who offers:

  • Pregnancy education and support
  • Infancy education and support
  • Toddler education and support
  • Breastfeeding support
  • Promotion of home safety
  • Assess the need for community resources and make the appropriate referrals
  • Care coordination across Southcentral Foundation’s health care setting and the municipality
  • Contraception information and referral as needed

Click on Nutaqsiivik to learn more about the program.

To receive services through the Nutaqsiivik program, customer-owners must be enrolled before delivery and be eligible for WIC and/or Denali KidCare or Medicaid.

To contact someone in Family Health Resources to see if you’re eligible for WIC, Denali KidCare or Medicaid, please visit Family Health Resources.

Applied behavioral analysis is the application of the science of behaviorism to address challenges in everyday life. It is often used to address symptoms of autism spectrum disorder.  It may help with increasing independence and communication, as well as reducing challenging behaviors. Your child’s ABA services will be supervised by a board-certified behavior analyst.

ABA is an evidence-based treatment for people with autism spectrum disorder. During sessions, your child will work on learning the skills that they need to increase their independence. These skills can include activities of daily living as well as self-soothing techniques.

Depending on the needs of the individual, the child’s team will determine how many hours of services per week they will receive. Typically, children receive between 10 – 20 hours per week, however this will vary by individual. Initially services will be offered in the clinic. Home-based, community-based, and in-clinic services will be determined by your plan of care.

Contact Us

Waiver Care Coordination
4160 Tudor Centre Drive
Anchorage, AK 99508

Phone
(907) 729-6365

Fax
(907) 729-6366

Hours
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Monday – Friday

Nutaqsiivik Nurse-Family Partnership
4160 Tudor Centre Drive
Anchorage, AK 99508

Phone
(907) 729-2490

Fax
(907) 729-8692

Hours
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Monday – Friday

Child and Family Developmental Services

4441 Diplomacy Drive
Anchorage, Alaska 99508

Phone
(907) 729-8880

Hours
7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Monday – Friday