The Mat-Su Health Foundation Conference Center supports local nonprofit and community groups by providing comfortable, flexible meeting space. We’re happy to welcome groups into the building at no cost according to the following guidelines.
Eligibility and Types of Uses
When not in use by the foundation or our building tenants, room reservations are confirmed in the following order on a first come, first served basis:
- Connect Mat-Su Network partners, community coalitions and non-profit organizations aligned with Mat-Su Health Foundation areas of focus.
- Community coalitions and nonprofit organizations that do not fall in the above category.
- Other qualified organizations that do not fall into categories listed above.
The meeting rooms are not available for tenant or public personal use, direct sales, religious proselytizing, fundraising, political activities, parties that are personal in nature (such as birthday parties, wedding receptions, etc.) or banquet-style events.
Regular Conference Center hours are 8 am – 5 pm Monday-Friday. Requests for usage outside of these hours may be approved if submitted by a building tenant; there may be a fee for building security, and a representative of the tenant organization must remain onsite during the entire meeting. Please review the Conference Center policies in full by clicking here.
How to Request a Room
The calendar below shows whether or not conference rooms are available. If your time and date show as available, a reservation may be requested by downloading and then filling out the request form linked here and then emailing it to email@example.com. Note that even if the availability calendar shows that a room is available, requests are not guaranteed until confirmed by the foundation. You will receive a response to your request within two business days.
Rooms may be scheduled up to three months in advance. In order to accommodate as many requests as possible, please do not request more space than your event actually requires. You may download our complete meeting room guidelines and the user agreement by clicking here.
The MSHF Conference Center has three connecting conference rooms that can be configured as three single rooms, two rooms combined, or one large room. You can review a floor plan by clicking here.
|Room Name||Maximum Occupancy
Chairs and Tables
|Prevention Room 287 sq.ft.||24||12|
|Access Room 389 sq. ft.||36||24|
|Wellness Room 338 sq. ft.||28||18|
|Access and Prevention Combined 676 sq. ft.||64||36|
|Access And Wellness Combined 727 sq. ft.||64||42|
|Prevention, Access and Wellness Combined 1014 Sq. ft.||96||54|
Access & Wellness
Children’s Play Area
Times and dates that are completely blank (white background) may be available. Times and dates shaded gray or that have a time filled in are not available.
Available Equipment and Amenities
All three rooms have audio/visual presentation equipment, video and audio teleconferencing capability, free WiFi, and hearing-impaired audio enhancement aids. A children’s play area separated by a glass wall and doors is attached to the Prevention Room. Tables and chairs are available for use in all meeting rooms
The Mat-Su Health Foundation does not provide catering service, but we do have an on-site coffee bar, Kabuki Coffee, with food and beverages available for purchase. Kabuki also provides catering; please call Renee Lampley at (907) 745-0745 for more information. In addition, visitors are welcome to bring in catering from the provider of their choice.
Room User Agreement
An authorized representative from your group/organization must sign a user agreement form. Your organization will be responsible for the conduct of the meeting participants and for any damages to facilities. The MSHF may require facility user to provide proof of General Liability Insurance. Click here to download the meeting room guidelines and user agreement.