Gastineau Human Services Corp
5597 Aisek St
Juneau, AK 99801
Intensive Oupatient Program
About This Rehab
Gastineau Human Services Corporation is a local nonprofit corporation operated by a volunteer Board of Directors. It is designed to provide low cost community alternatives for health and rehabilitation services. GHS currently serves the community by providing substance abuse treatment, community corrections programs, and transitional housing.In 1965 local citizens in Juneau organized a task force on alcoholism, and incorporated as the Gastineau Council on Alcoholism in 1966. Having persuaded Governor William A. Egan to call a Governorís Conference on Alcoholism in 1966, the Council mobilized local support for the treatment of alcoholism. The direct result was the establishment of Juneauís first Halfway house on Front and Main Streets. Its operation depended on the generosity of local merchants and whatever monies the clients themselves could pay. In 1979 this program expanded to include a home in the Starr Hill area to house advanced care clients. In the fall of 1983 Glacier Manor, located in the Lemon Creek area, opened its doors as a Community Residential Center (CRC) providing residential services to offenders, furloughees, and probationers Ė under the jurisdiction of the Alaska Department of Corrections. In 1986, the corporation changed its name to Gastineau Human Services to more accurately reflect the scope of our services.
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