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Tammy Lindemuth
APH Administrator

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923 West 11th Avenue
Anchorage, AK 99501-4396
Phone: 907-276-3414
Fax: 907-343-7272

Anchorage Pioneer Home

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The Anchorage Pioneer Home was established in 1977 and is a five-story building occupying one third of a city block overlooking an area known as the Park Strip. This greenbelt in the center of the metropolitan Anchorage area divides the business district from the oldest residential area of the city. The Anchorage Pioneer Home sits like a jewel in the crown of this historical community core. Behind the Pioneer Home the city of Anchorage extends to the south and the Chugach Mountains rise majestically to the east, easily visible from most floors of the home. Denali peeks out over the skyscrapers of the downtown area to the north and Cook Inlet lies to the west. The home is comprised of two buildings broken out into three neighborhoods with total accommodations for 169 elders. The neighborhood concept is instrumental in building an atmosphere where loved ones who have dementia are safe and feel appreciated.

Many of the elders in the Anchorage home are great pioneers from the first half of the 20th century who worked as homesteaders, miners, and bush pilots across Alaska. Others were pioneering fathers and mothers who helped turned Anchorage from a railroad tent town to Alaska's center of commerce and culture. These pioneering icons range in age from mid-60's to over 100!


The Anchorage Pioneer Home is an Eden Alternative® Registered Home and is dedicated to ensuring quality of life for elders and staff through an environment rich with plants, animals, children and activities with community members of all ages. The home is committed to providing compassionate care to residents, staff, family and community by nurturing the body, mind and spirit and preserving dignity and individuality. Our staff are passionate about meeting the diverse needs of our elders, from those who are fully independent to those with in-depth physical and memory care needs. For a detailed listing of services and levels of care offered by the Alaska Pioneer Homes, please see our About Us webpage.

Volunteer Opportunities

If you are interested in volunteer opportunities at the Anchorage Pioneer Home please contact the home’s activities department at 907-276-3414.