Low Vision and Blindness Support Group


The Older Blind Alaskan Program serves individuals 55 years of age and older who have significant vision impairments. This population has been identified by the State of Alaska as underserved. The program offers support groups in Juneau and Ketchikan that help you adjust to vision loss and provide educational and recreational opportunities.

Services for individuals with vision impairment are not limited to those over 55. Anyone of any age is welcome to become involved with these services in any manner that works for them.


Support group meets the first Monday of every month at 12 pm

Hours of Operation

monday - 12:00 pm To 01:00 pm


602 Dock Street #107, Ketchikan, Alaska


(907) 225-4735

Program Sponsor

Southeast Alaska Independent Living (SAIL)

Insurance and Financial assistance

  • Does not accept insurance

Last Updated

02/28/2022 12:43 pm

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Ketchikan123 is funded by Ketchikan Wellness Coalition through a Cigna Foundation grant and in part by its 3-year State of Alaska Comprehensive Behavioral Health Prevention and Early Intervention Services grant (602-207-20005).

 Ketchikan Wellness Coalition is funded in part by grants from the City of Ketchikan, the Ketchikan Gateway Borough, individuals, foundations and non-profit organizations, corporate sponsors, and a State of Alaska grant (Reducing Recidivism 602-240-21005) and a Federal Government ONDCP grant (Drug-Free Communities grant SP020550).


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