Russell Williams, Jr, Arctic Access
Elder & Disability Resource Coordinator.
Arctic Access has been working since 1993 to address the unique challenges of people with disabilities living in Kotzebue, Nome and the surrounding villages including Point Hope. We are
Our Mission is to provide services and opportunities for elders and people with disabilities to remain in the village of their choice and be as active as possible with their families and communities in the Bering Straits and NW Arctic Regions of Alaska including Point Hope.
fortunate to have donated office space at Maniilaq’s Ferguson Building in Kotzebue as well as at the City of Nome’s XYZ Senior Center. We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization, and a majority of our board and staff are people who have disabilities.
Our Goals remain unique
to these remote regions of Alaska:
More information about
these goals can be found here.
Grant funds provided through the Alaska Division of Vocational Rehabilitation of the Department of Labor and Workforce Development.