Adolescent Residential Center for Help (ARCH) is an intensive, residential treatment program for chemical dependency and co-occurring disorders. Located in Eagle River, the facility houses 24 residents ages 13 through 18. Length of stay ranges from 5 to 7 months, depending upon the individual needs of patients.
- Psychological services
- Group, individual and family counseling
- On-site educational services through the Anchorage School District
- Nutritional programs and information
ARCH is fully accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitative Facilities (CARF.) ARCH is approved by the Division of Behavioral Health and is licensed through the Alaska Division of Public Health.
Medicaid and most insurances are accepted. Fees are adjusted on a sliding scale for those who are unable to pay.
For referrals please call Volunteers of America Alaska's main line: