Links for Resources & Advocacy
Community Resources
2-1-1 Humboldt

  • Find food pantries or information about CalFresh.
  • Locate child care, parenting classes, or after-school programs for children.
  • Get information on transitional and low-income housing in Humboldt County. 
  • Access information on programs for low income families and individuals such as free tax preparation assistance, (VITA/EKS). 
  • Get assistance in locating local clinics and hospitals, or help with transportation to DR. appointments both in and out of Humboldt County.  
  • Get connected to mental health and substance abuse addiction resources, such as counseling, drug and alcohol programs, and safe and sober housing
  • Find support for seniors and persons with disabilities and much more!

  • Humboldt Domestic Violence Services 
    HDVS provides confidential emergency support services for clients who are in or transitioning from a domestic violence situation. When a client contacts the crisis/support line they are put in touch with a trained crisis worker who will listen to them. HDVS provides the client with information and referrals to local services. HDVS advocates will meet with the client at their doctor's office, clinic, hospital, or other safe place to explore their options. HDVS advocates will work with the client to develop a safety plan that will work for them. HDVS can provide emergency shelter.
    (707) 443-6042

    North Coast Rape Crisis Team
    Programs are available for people of all ages for a wide variety of subjects that focus on awareness & prevention: understanding the laws, making healthy choices, and learning about resources. (707) 445-2881
    -Free and Confidential Services
    -Prevention Education Services
    -School & Community based education programs 

    The Humboldt Area Center for Harm Reduction (HACHR)
    The Humboldt Area Center for Harm Reduction (HACHR) seeks to improve Humboldt Counties overall rating on the Healthy Communities Index, which includes overdose deaths, mental illness, suicide, and homelessness rates, etc.
    We believe that education and services will help bring the community together to create humane and compassionate approaches to solve these issues.
    Practicing in a socially just manner, we intend to provide comprehensive community-wide education programs, trainings & workshops; advocacy, empowerment, and support for drug users and other high-risk communities; overdose prevention; direct services, counseling, and referrals; safe injection supplies; and advocate for more humane drug policy.

    24 Hour Crisis Lines
    California Youth Crisis 1-800-843-5200
    Youth Services Hotline (707) 444-CARE
    Domestic Violence (707) 443-6042
    Alcoholics Anonymous (707) 442-0711
    GLBTQ National Help Center 1-888-843-4564
    Suicide Crisis- Hopeline -Veteran Crisis 1-800-784-2433

    McKinleyville Family Resource Center
    1459 Hiller Road (P.O. Box 2668) 
    McKinleyville, CA  95519
    (707) 840-0905