Thanks for stopping by our website. SeaView is non-profit social service, mental health agency located in Seward, Alaska. It is our privilege to serve the citizens of the Eastern Kenai Peninsula from the town of Seward up to Hope, Alaska.
SeaView is an umbrella agency that has a centralized management running a diverse array of programs. Our services include:
- 24 / 365 Manned Crisis Line
- Assisted Living and Transitional Homes
- Community Based Behavioral Rehabilitation Services
- Community Prevention Programs
- Domestic Violence / Sexual Assault Survival Services
- Emergency Food and Shelter Services
- Family Development Services and Programs
- Infant Learning Programs
- Mental Health Services
- Senior and Disability Services
- State Fee Agent Services
- Substance Abuse & Recovery Services
With all of these services and programs, SeaView Community Services does not act in a vacuum. We are delighted to be able to closely partner with other community agencies and services including Seward Law Enforcement and judicial services, Providence Seward Medical Center, local medical providers, Boys and Girls Club, Seward Senior Center, Seward local schools, local fuel and utility companies, local assisted living homes, Seward Parks & Recreation Services, local hotels, Seward Chamber of Commerce, and many other local businesses.
Please peruse our site and discover the wonderful and challenging world of SeaView and the joy we derive from serving Seward, Alaska – one of the most beautiful places on Earth.
As you visit each of our services on our site, if you are motivated to become involved with SeaView at any level, we would love to hear from you. Please email us at email@example.com for any information you would like, to inquire about available careers, or to inquire about donating* either your resources or time to SeaView.
SeaView Community Services may provide services to any person in need of services, even if they are unable to pay.
We utilize a sliding fee scale based on family income and number of dependents using Federal Poverty Guidelines for Alaska.