Fairbanks Counseling and Adoption relies heavily on donations to keep our comprehensive services available to the public. We thank all Businesses, Organizations and Individuals who have helped our agency in the past. 
To donate securely via Paypal, choose which program you'd like to help fund and click the corresponding "Donate" button. You do not need a Paypal account to donate this way. (On the donation subtotal page, look on the lower-left hand corner of the page for the words "Don't Have a PayPal Account?")

If you would like to donate cash or via personal check you can visit FCA's Office.

General Donation

Donate here and FCA's Board of Directors will direct your donation  to where there is the most need within our organization: 
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Youth Advocacy - Street Outreach & Advocacy Program (S.O.A.P.)

FCA's Street Outreach Program is geared towards helping 10- to 18-year-old homeless and runaway youths. We work with the Fairbanks community to ensure that no one lives without adequate shelter, food or critical necessities. Our hope is that each youth we work with understands their  value as a human being.

FCA Counseling Program

Our counseling department staffs licensed, professional clinicians. We provide individual and group psychotherapy to adults, children, and families experiencing serious difficulties, problematic behaviors and/or disruptions. We also assist individuals at high risk for abuse or neglect. Providing services for children ages 3-19 who have been physically and/or sexually abused, neglected, or are at high risk for delinquent and/or self-destructive behaviors.

FCA Adoption Program

We provide support for families with a variety of adoption issues, including infertility issues, adoptive families of special-needs children and post-placement stability support. FCA also assists infants and young children in need of the safety and comfort of a permanent home. Thanks to donations we are able to maintain a revolving fund to help eligible clients manage fee payments, and to ensure that all services for birth parents are provided free of charge.

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