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In 2020, AHFC launched SAFE-T to help provide safe housing and services for survivors of human trafficking. For Madison, the program presented an opportunity to apply her academic and research interests to make a real impact for Alaskans.

Posted May 1, 2024

Can heat pumps keep homes warm and save money at the same time? An AHFC study in Seward is looking to find the answer.

Posted March 20, 2024

The AHFC Housing Choice Voucher program can benefit both tenants and landlords who participate. To be successful, the program relies on relationships between all the parties involved: tenants, landlords and Alaska Housing.

Posted January 3, 2024

Partnering landlords across Alaska help AHFC deliver on the mission to provide Alaskans access to safe, quality, affordable housing. We are introducing Landlord Appreciation to thank them for their partnership.

Posted January 2, 2024

Housing Alaskans: A Public-Private Partnership (HAPPP) is accepting grant applications for “top- off” funding of up to $150,000 for new construction and rehabilitation housing projects. The grant will provide funds for qualified housing projects ready to break ground or be completed in June 2023. The application deadline is Sunday, June 4, 2023.

Posted May 31, 2023
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Alaska’s senior population is unique and diverse, representing the many cultures and experiences that have shaped our state. Their contributions have been fundamental to Alaska’s ongoing success and development. May is Older Americans Month, which provides an opportunity to celebrate seniors while also highlighting the needs of this vibrant – and growing – population.

Posted May 15, 2024

For more than four decades, NeighborWorks Alaska has been looking at ways to provide affordable housing for those who need it most.

Posted May 8, 2024

At Alaska Housing, summer job opportunities are now available! Students between the ages of 16 and 22 are eligible to apply for summer work that could include groundskeeping, building maintenance or office work.

Posted May 6, 2024

In 2020, AHFC launched SAFE-T to help provide safe housing and services for survivors of human trafficking. For Madison, the program presented an opportunity to apply her academic and research interests to make a real impact for Alaskans.

Posted May 1, 2024

When prospective homeowners have challenges finding home loans, Sarah Griffin can understand from first-hand experience. Today, Sarah is a loan officer in Ketchikan who helps others reach their dreams of homeownership.

Posted April 24, 2024