ORCA Adaptive Recreation Program
ORCA (Outdoor Recreation and Community Access) is the adaptive sports and recreation program of SAIL. Our purpose is to promote inclusive recreation and adaptive outdoor pursuits for Southeast Alaskan’s who experience disabilities. We maintain three offices–one in Juneau, one in Ketchikan and one in Sitka. Services include community access and inclusion opportunities, an adaptive ski and snowboard school, youth and transition recreation services, adaptive outdoor pursuits, adaptive equipment for loan, classes and courses, and multi-day domestic and international trips.
News and Updates
Interested in volunteering with the ORCA Ski & Snowboard Program? Sign-up for on of the mandatory Volunteer Trainings on: Saturday, Dec. 12 from 9-3:30pm, Sunday, Dec. 13 from 9-3:30pm or Jan., 16 from 9-3:30pm. Find out more on the ORCA Volunteer page. Please contact Volunteer Coordinator, Megan Ahleman at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 907-586-0104.
Juneau ORCA After-School Activities begin THIS WEEK!
Juneau ORCA After-School Adventure Clubs for youth experiencing disabilties begin on Aug. 25th! September Adventure Club activities include biking, rock climbing, outdoor explorers, and lots of fun!
The 2015/2016 schedule is as follows:
For more information, scholarship forms, or to sign up your student, contact:email@example.com, or call the Juneau ORCA Office: 907-586-0104.
Juneau ORCA Fall Volunteer Training!
- Haines SE Alaska State Fair - July 30-Aug 2 - $300
- Kluane Bike & Hike Trip - Aug 2-6 - $400
Call ORCA for more information or to sign-up: 907-586-0104
ORCA Juneau Summer Calendar Published!