24 Hour Crisis & Support Line
AWAIC’s mission is to provide domestic violence safe shelter, intervention, and prevention. Our core values are advocacy, compassion, dignity, and collaboration.
Learn more about Emergency Services, resources for helping you get back on your feet, and learning more about domestic violence situations and what can be done to help.
About Domestic Violence
Find out what domestic violence is, learn about its warning signs and how to plan for your safety or how to help someone else, and learn about additional resources that can help.
Prevention & Outreach
Learn about the prevention of possible domestic abuse situations and keeping yourself safe. Find resources for outreach if you find yourself the victim of domestic abuse or if you know someone that needs help.
Learn how you can support AWAIC and our efforts to support victims of domestic abuse in Alaska either financially, through donation of items, volunteering, or other ways.
Take a moment to learn about our leadership, financial documentation, employment opportunities, the AWAIC Foundation, and how to contact us.
AWAIC works to be an inclusive and equitable provider of domestic violence services for Anchorage and the surrounding areas. We are here to support and empower all survivors of domestic violence.
A statement from the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee of Abused Women’s Aid in Crisis (AWAIC), with support from AWAIC’s Board of Directors:
AWAIC stands with those we serve and is dedicated to empowering our community. We are committed to providing vital services to victims of domestic violence and preventing violence through education and outreach efforts. Our goal is to teach people to live and love without violence. We are dedicated to uplifting our community and addressing oppressive behaviors, including domestic and sexual violence, racism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, sexism, and all other forms of oppression. We know that all forms of oppression are intertwined, leading to a systemic oppressive environment for all people. We pledge to create an environment that embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion. AWAIC recognizes that we cannot address the cycle of abuse in our community by not addressing these issues. We strive to be better, and we will do better.
AWAIC is located on the ancestral, unceded lands of the Dena’ina people. We acknowledge the Dena’ina as the original stewards and caretakers of the land we live and work on.