COVID-19 Response and Resources

To our consumers, staff, and community:

The outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed our world and communities greatly in a short span of time. Every day brings new developments related to the virus, and the uncertainty can be unsettling. We want to thank you and appreciate your continued commitment to our mission of partnering with individuals and families, delivering excellent support services, and building community by promoting dignity, respect, independence, and diversity.​

Our top priority is always the safety of the people that we serve and our employees and families. Our primary sources of information are the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Alaska Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS). The briefing updates inform our decisions so that we are doing our part to mitigate the impact and spread of the virus. We encourage you to visit their websites to help ensure you have current and accurate information.

The MSSCA office is open. If you have questions, please call our office at 907-352-1200.

We know this is a stressful time and we’re here to support the people we serve, our staff and our community.  Please, take care to keep yourselves healthy and do your part to help prevent the spread of this virus. 

Our sincerest thanks,

Mat-Su Services for Children and Adults

Helpful Resources:

Homemade Facemasks:

        MSSCA has put together a resource guide to help you understand why and how to wear a cloth facemask, and more importantly how to construct one for yourself and your family. The instructions in our guide provide options for all skill levels and available resources that may be lying around your home. From the novice with just a T-shirt and a pair of scissors, all the way to the skilled hobby seamstress with a collection of proper materials. The guide is free to download, so grab a copy skim through some light reading and get to creating a mask of your very own.

MSSCA Facemask Guide