Anchorage Peer Leader Navigators
Learn more about Peer Leader Navigators at their website:
Anchorage PLNs - Who We Are
Anchorage Peer Leader Navigators (PLNs) explain what the program does, and why it is important to them and the people they help.
PLNs are bilingual and multilingual people in Anchorage who have been trained to find and evaluate reliable information. They help people find the services they need.
PLNs receive ongoing training to hone their skills and stay up-to-date on public health news
Current PLN Languages:
PLNs Help People in the Community
When a Peer Leader Navigator helps a client, they fill out a report (the client is anonymous) to describe their interaction.
This data reflects the 8 month period between September 2020 - June 2021.
outreach interactions reported by PLNs
people helped by PLNs
hours spent with those clients
PLNs Help with Critical Services
Vaccine appointments, find reliable health advice, manage /prevent chronic disease
Rent & Mortgage
Rent assistance, emergency housing, landlord/tenant guidance
School & Childcare
Understand ASD policies, find good childcare, early intervention, general parent support
Understand important letters, emails, or processes/systems, help file taxes