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Health, Safety and Work-life Department

We provide medical and dental care to active duty Coast Guard and DoD personnel. Our clinic also provides these services to dependents and retired personnel on a space available basis. We also manage the Work/Life program and the Safety and Environmental Health program.

Dental care is available to Active Duty Service Members (ADSM) at Kodiak, Ketchikan and Juneau clinics through assigned PHS Dental Officers.  Members assigned to AIRSTA Sitka utilize the Active Duty Dental program and receive care from a civilian dentist. Dependents receive dental care through network Met Life providers. 

A Pharmacy Officer assigned to Base Kodiak manages Pharmacy Operations in Kodiak and procurement of authorized pharmaceuticals for dispensing by eight Independent Duty HS assigned to six afloat and two ashore units.  Members assigned to Sitka, Ketchikan and Juneau clinics receive prescribed medication through network pharmacies or TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy (TMOP).

Active Duty Family Members (ADFMs) within the District Seventeen (D17) are enrolled to TRICARE Prime (Anchorage only), TRICARE Prime Remote or TRICARE standard depending on their location and personal choice.

Work-Life offices are located in Juneau and Kodiak; services provided include information & referral for adoption reimbursement, elder care, family/workplace violence, relocation, transition, scholarships, special needs, family childcare, spouse employment and family readiness. Other services include; Substance Abuse Prevention, Critical Incident Stress Management, Sexual Assault and Suicide Prevention."

CG Special Needs Program

Family Resource Specialist can provide program overview and general information covering support and resources for active duty members with special needs dependents.  This includes guidance and assistance with enrollment in CG Special Needs Program. 
The Special Needs Program is confidential.  Enrollment is mandatory for active duty members who have dependents diagnosed with medical, physical, psychological or educational special needs.

The Family Resource Specialist can also provide information on Dependent Scholarships, Adoption Reimbursement Programs, and Elder Care.

For additional information contact
Family Resource Specialist
Phone: 907 487-5525 x6505

Alaska Work-Life Training Catalog

Work-Life Staff Directory

Employee Assistance Program
Ms. Jody Carman

Sexual Assault Response Coordinator
Mr. Steven Mendoza

Family Advocacy Specialist
Mrs. Lisa Driver

Transition & Relocation Manager
Mr. Rony Harden
Mobile 907-942-7171

Special Needs Program
Ms. Kyna Tan
907-487-5525 x6505

Personal Financial Manager
Ms. Rebecca Ligtenberg

Alternate Contact – All Programs
LCDR Thomas Wieland
Office 907-487-5757

Information & Referral
Work-Life Office
Commissary Bldg. 5th Floor
907-487-5525 option 0
0800-1600, M-F