Services We Provide
Good Samaritan Care Services is available to help qualified Alaskans with five types of services:
In Home Support – This service is offered to Alaskans who are 18 or under and need help with self-help and social skills. They must live full-time with an unpaid caregiver.
Supported Living – This service is offered to Alaskans who are over the age of 18 who need assistance with self-help and social skills. They must live full-time in their own residence.
Day Habilitation – This service is available to anyone three-years-old or older who is in need of recreation and other activities outside of the home to develop self-help and social skills.
Chore – This service includes regular cleaning and heavy household chores at the client’s resident, when no one else is able to do this work.
Respite Care – This service is offered when a primary caregiver, often a family member, needs temporary relief from the responsibility of providing care.
Personal Care Services – This service includes non-medical services performed by a trained and certified Personal Care Assistant (PCA) in your home.
We will match you with a caregiver who is reliable, compassionate and caring.