Who We Are

Our mission is to facilitate healthy relationships, health education, and healthy choices for youth in Homer.

About Us

Established in 2010 to serve the youth of the community, the REC Room is an outreach program offered through the Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic. We support the Clinic’s mission to provide education in a supportive and empowering environment.


The REC is here to help meet the needs of our community’s youth. We offer high-quality, vital information and support to help young people make positive choices and have healthy relationships. Evidence-based Positive Youth Development practices are infused into all aspects of the REC Room culture.

Land Acknowledgement

Structured activities at KBFPC’s youth programs begin with an acknowledgment that we live and work in the unceded territories of the Alutiiq, Sugpiaq, and Dena’ina people, to show respect for indigenous Alaska Native peoples and recognize their continuing relationship to the land. This public gesture is a formal way to express gratitude and appreciation for elders past, present, and future, and raise awareness about histories that are often suppressed or erased.

What the REC Room means to us

Meet Our Program Staff

Tyler Moskios-Schlieman • Education Coordinator

Tyler joined the REC Room in the fall of 2019 and has enjoyed bringing vital information to the youth of Homer since then by coordinating educational opportunities with schools and local organizations with the help of the Peer Ed Team. His own continuing education has included several trainings through the National Center for Sex Education, various violence prevention trainings, Youth Mental Health First Aid, and other AASECT-certified (American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, & Therapists) professional development trainings. Tyler was born in Yakima, Washington, got his BA from the University of Washington, and has spent time living in Seattle, Brooklyn, and now Homer, where they hope to continue to live for a long time and create more resiliency and connection within the community. In their free time, Tyler co-hosts a weekly radio show with Sierra Moskios-Schlieman, paints, gardens, loves to travel when possible, and runs his coffee business at the Farmer’s Market during the summer. 

Claudia Haines • CEO

Claudia has lived in Homer with her family for more than 20 years. Throughout her long career with nonprofit organizations and in public service, she has advocated for all aspects of community wellness and equity. She is passionate about co-designing innovative ways to make accessible the information and services each and every one of us needs to flourish as individuals and as part of our connected community. She is well-versed in evidence-based learning and practice, has mentored and trained professional peers across the country, and loves collaborating with diverse partners locally, statewide, and nationally on initiatives that support local community needs. 

Analise H. Goedeke • Operations & Grants Coordinator

Analise was born and raised in Alaska before heading east for Smith College and a career in performing arts and event management at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. Now once more enjoying the sweet life on the shores of Kachemak Bay, Analise is thrilled to combine her production and administration experience with advocacy for gender equality, reproductive justice, and LGBTQ+ rights in support of KBFPC’s mission. An ardent reader, list-maker, and lover of languages, Analise believes deeply in compassionate communication, accessible education, and the impact of art on individual and community wellness. Off duty, she can be found wherever there’s live music and dancing, or sailing with her wife and their dogs.    

Meet Our Youth Staff