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Rich Saville

Rich Saville

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
Newsletter - August

Anchorage Pioneer Home

Anna Hill at an Anchorage
Pioneer Home luau. Anna in her
youth was on the hit TV show "Hawaii Five-O"

11/30/2018 2pm Earthquake Update

Dear family and friends of the Anchorage Pioneer Home and Alaska Veterans and Pioneers Home – all residents and staff of our homes are safe after this morning’s 7.0 earthquake. The building is safe and there are no immediate concerns to life, safety or property

We are experiencing a high call volume that is complicated by the overwhelmed Anchorage-area phone lines, as such we will be posting any additional updates regarding the homes on this website when possible.

You can find out about the latest road and infrastructure updates by following the hashtag #AlaskaEarthquake on Facebook or Twitter​, and you can visit for all Alaska DOT updates.


The Anchorage Pioneer home sits like a jewel in the crown of this historical community core. The building was constructed in stages beginning with the five story tower in 1977 and completed in 1982.

The Anchorage Pioneer Home provides licensed assisted living care for Alaska resident elders sixty-five years old or older. The home has a capacity for 168 elders and provides care at three different levels including care for persons with Alzheimer's disease or related dementia (ADRD).

The 168 Elders of the Anchorage home include many of the great pioneers of the first half of the 20th century including homesteaders, miners, and bush pilots. The Anchorage home also boasts pioneer fathers and mothers who 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 104.

In 2000 the home became registered as an official Eden Alternative® home. The Eden goal is to create a home environment where elders, caregivers, support staff, family members, friends and volunteers can flourish and grow.


The home strives to assist older Alaskans to have the highest quality of life by providing assisted living in a safe home setting which promotes independence, positive relationships, meaningful activities and physical, emotional and spiritual growth.

The home may provide the following services, depending on health status and need:

  • Private or semi-private room
  • Opportunities for recreation
  • Meals & Housekeeping services
  • Emergency assistance
  • Physical activities
  • Assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs)
  • Nursing assessment and intermittent health services depending upon level of care
  • Payment assistance for those who qualify
  • Pharmacy services​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
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