Wasilla, Alaska — In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Mat-Su Health Foundation (MSHF) building will be temporarily closed to the general public effective Monday, March 23, 2020. This closure affects not only the MSHF office, but the conference center and the tenants in the building as well. It’s difficult to predict when the facility will reopen, but MSHF staff will be monitoring the situation continuously.

This was a difficult decision to make, but one that is necessary to help keep employees, building tenants, and the community healthy. The building closure doesn’t mean that the foundation will stop providing the assistance that grantees and their clients count on. The MSHF team stands ready to serve, working virtually from each employee’s home to ensure business continuity. The staff can be reached via the email addresses and phone numbers online at

During the closure, many of the building’s other businesses will also be offering services in alternative ways.  Please see the list below for more information.

Alzheimer’s Resource of Alaska

(907) 746-3413



Kaitlyn Morrison

(907) 376-4617


Care Coordination Resource of Alaska

(907) 746-3445


Connect Mat-Su

373-CNCT (2628)



(907) 373-3632


Mat-Su Health Foundation

(907) 352-2863

Email addresses for all staff are available online at


Onward & Upward

Randy Dowd

(907) 953-5360



Rachel Olson

(907) 982-9645


R.O.C.K. Mat-Su


Stone Soup Group

Thomas Summers

(907) 792-3413



Tamora Harding-Childs

Cell: (907) 355-8927



Joe DowlingSoka

(423) 202-4436


Youth 360

Tyler Healy

(907) 715-0121


Mat-Su Health Foundation (MSHF) is the official business name of Valley Hospital Association, Inc., which shares ownership in Mat-Su Regional Medical Center. In this capacity, MSHF board members and representatives actively participate in the governance of Mat-Su’s community hospital to protect the community’s interest in this important healthcare institution. The MSHF mission is to improve the health and wellness of Alaskans living in the Mat-Su and the tools it uses include grantmaking, convening of local partners, and policy change. The foundation’s work has resulted in significant improvements in systems that support the health of Mat-Su residents in areas such as behavioral health, child welfare, crisis response, community connections, workforce development, transportation, housing, and senior services.  More information is available at .