The Department of Health & Social Services of the state of Alaska offers behavioral health, juvenile justice, child support, health care, and public assistance and health services, as well as health care services for senior citizens and the disabled. It operates the Alaska Pioneer Homes, which is a licensed assisted living facility with more than 500 beds and provides daily assistance and physical and emotional support to residents. The Department of Health & Social Services maintains various boards and trusts, including Advisory Board on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Governor's Council on Disabilities and Special Education, Alaska Partnership for Healthy Communities and Alaska Children's Trust. It conducts several training and educational classes and programs. The Department of Health & Social Services maintains a presence in Juneau, Alaska.