Sites of Interest to Alaska Retirees
- AlaskaCare is the health plan provided by the State of Alaska.
- EPIC - Employees Political Information Committee
- The political action committee of the Alaska Public Employees Association / AFT.
- Alaska Retirement Management (ARM) Board
- The Alaska Retirement Management Board assumed fiduciary responsibility for the assets of the state's retirement systems as of October 1, 2005. The board consists of nine trustees and is staffed by the Department of Revenue - Treasury Division.
- AARP - National
- AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan membership organization for people age 50 and over. AARP is dedicated to enhancing quality of life for all as we age.
- AARP - Alaska
- AARP Alaska is moving forward with an aggressive agenda of advocacy, collaboration with community partners, volunteer recruitment and developing community services. They hope to forge stronger relationships with underserved communities throughout the state, in particular, with our Alaskan Native Elders.
- Alaska Commission on Aging
- The Alaska Commission on Aging (ACoA) advocates for state policy, public and private partnerships, state/federal projects and citizen involvement that assists each of us to age successfully in our homes, in our communities or as near as possible to our communities and families.
- Medicare Rights Center
- Understanding Medicare is no simple task. This site provides links that will take you to Essential Answers on Medicare Interactive (MI) Counselor, a free, independent, public resource from the Medicare Rights Center.
- Alaska's Medicare Information Office
- Do you have questions about Medicare? Call the Medicare Information Office.
In Anchorage: 907-269-3680
Toll–free within Alaska: 800-478-6065