Policy and Advocacy
Working toward our vision of an Anchorage without homelessness, where everyone has a place to call home
Meet our prospective and current residents where they are and work with them to provide housing and other services that meet their needs and wishes
Work with our community, our leaders and other service providers, contributing the experiences of our organization and the people we serve, and applying those lessons to community efforts to prevent and end homelessness
At Henning Inc., we envision a community where:
All people are treated with the dignity and respect they deserve.
No houseless person is abandoned or ignored.
Service providers and community members work collaboratively and cooperatively to ensure people do not become homeless, and quickly offer assistance if they do.
Policies and practices are based on the root causes of and the solutions to poverty and homelessness.
Henning Inc. is dedicated to:
our community Advocates
Ashleigh Valcarcel has been working with the underserved for many years. She has helped Henning Inc partner with St Mary's Church and Ignite Ministries to bring in donations. They have donated food, hats, gloves, scarves and more to help the community! Thank you Ashleigh for all you do!
John is a community advocate for the Alaska Native and Indigenous people whose voice has been silenced. Peratrovich continues to speak out and bring awareness to the struggles and hardships of those who are underserved in the Alaska Native and Indigenous community.
Mike and Halli Stone
Mike and Halli Stone, a husband and wife that just want to make a difference, has started their own volunteer group, Leave the Fob Ministries. Leave the Fob Ministries has partnered with local churches to cook and serve a hot meal to over 500 people almost every weekend. Thank you for all your hard work Halli and Mike!
Dominique Henry is the current titleholder for Miss Eagle River Volunteer. Dominique's platform, "Homelessness Hand in Hand with Addiction and Recovery", is helping bring awareness to the growing population of homelessness and those struggling with addiction.