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  • The Department of Health (DOH) is aware that some of the systems operated by our vendors have been impacted by the CrowdStrike disruption. This may result in unplanned outages or error messages for users. We appreciate your patience as we work to resolve these issues. If you need assistance, please reach out to your regular DOH contact.

  • Commissioner Heidi Hedberg participated in a press conference with Senator Dan Sullivan, Governor Mike Dunleavy and others about the opioid crisis in Alaska. Watch the press conference here. Learn more about prevention efforts, treatment options and other resources available at health.alaska.gov/dph.

  • New Online Change Reporting for Public Assistance Programs

  • Change report form button
    Need to report a change for your Division of Public Assistance (DPA) case? 

    Want to skip waiting in line or on hold?

    Report your changes online using our secure form!! We are excited to offer this option for easier, faster service.

    The “smart” form works for all DPA programs and helps you know if you need to report your change for the programs you are signed up for. Just check a box for the programs you need to report the change. Most people know they need to report changes to DPA within 10 days, such as a new address, job, or a change in household members.

    Attach needed proof as you complete the form to avoid a possible delay in processing the change to your benefits.

    Visit our website for more information about the form and changes that require reporting.

  • SNAP Interim Report

  • Did you receive a SNAP Interim Report form (FSP 95) in the mail to complete and return?
    If the answer is yes, you can submit the SNAP Interim Report online instead:
    Note: If you do not submit the Interim Report by the deadline, your SNAP benefits will be terminated.

  • Better Than Email: DPA’s New Secure Document Portal
    Upload Documents Here
    The Division of Public Assistance (DPA) now has a portal where you can upload documents directly. The secure document upload portal should be used to send DPA all kinds of documents for all Public Assistance programs. It’s a quick way to send proof to DPA staff instantly when they ask for information. The portal takes a variety of file formats and works with different devices and browsers.

    We are excited to offer this new user-friendly option for Alaskans who use Public Assistance. Use of the portal is encouraged. More improvements are on the way as we modernize online services and improve customer service.

  • Visit the DPA Offices in Kenai and Homer! — Residents of the Kenai and Homer areas can now receive same day service at their local DPA Office.