The LeeShore Center

907-283-9479 (Office)           907-283-7257 (Crisis Line)          907-283-5844 (Fax)

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Welcome to The LeeShore Center
          Supporting Central Peninsula families since 1985

Our Mission Statement

To promote healthy families and a violence free community while providing a safe haven for women and children who are victims of domestic violence/sexual assault.

Value Statement

To be an instrument of change on the Kenai Peninsula to create a non-violent community where all individuals are treated with respect and basic human dignity.

We believe . . .
  • in treating all people with respect while empowering and supporting women;
  • in creating an educated and aware public; and
  • in striving to eliminate domestic abuse, sexual assault and associated societal oppression.

LeeShore services:

If you need help, please call us or take a moment to review our web site to learn more about what we offer.

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Welcome New Donors

If this is your first time donating to The LeeShore Center, thank you for supporting our agency. If you would like more information on our community-built center, or how your funds are used, click here! Without you, breaking the cycle of violence and sexual assault would be impossible.

If you have donated to LeeShore, this is your opportunity to tell us how we are doing. Please take a moment and fill out our survey here. We are greatly appreciative. 

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Notes from the Executive Director

LeeShore Radiothon Fundraiser a success
      The LeeShore Center is very grateful for the generous community support during our 28th KSRM Radiothon fundraiser on Sept. 16. Cash and in-kind contributions pledged during Radiothon are used to support the agency's services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Total cash and in-kind donated was $24,859.50!
     Our sincere thanks to those who participated as Radiothon guest speakers: Chief David Ross (KPD), Chief Peter Mylarnik (SPD), Susan Smalley, Lindsey Anasogak (Kenaitze Indian Tribe), Catherine DeLacee (Love INC), United Way Executive Director Sue Carter, UW Board President Jeff Dolifka and UW Kick-Off Co-Chairs, Ed Krohn and Dale Dolifka.
       Thanks also to our on-air hose Senator Peter Micciche and KSRM General Manager Matt Wilson for donating use of the KSRM facility and air time.
      On behalf of our board of directors and staff, thank you all! We appreciate the generosity of businesses and community members. Thanks for supporting our efforts to end domestic violence and sexual assault in the central peninsula.

above letter printed in the
Peninsula Clarion 10/14/16


As of March 31st, 79 Alaskans donated a total of $4350 to The LeeShore Center through Pick.Click.Give. We appreciate your support! You are making a difference in the lives of many people.

If you forgot to Pick.Click.Give., don't worry. You can add to or change donations through August 31st. Thank you for your support!

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The LeeShore Center
325 S. Spruce Street
Kenai, AK 99611

Office Hours: Monday - Friday,
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Office: 907-283-9479

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Child Care Assistance Program
Office: 907-283-4707
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LeeShore is a member program of the Alaska Network on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault.

Council on Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault
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