Arcata House Partnership

Compassion. Dignity. Empowerment.

 
 
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Housing is a Human Right

There are over 1300 people who are homeless in Humboldt County, or 1% of the population. These are college students, children, veterans, and people with disabilities. Arcata House Partnership provides permanent housing, emergency shelter, case management, CalFresh outreach, and drop in services to individuals and families who are homeless in Humboldt County. We envision a community where everyone has access to safe and affordable housing.

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Get Involved

Arcata House Partnership relies on community support, both through donations and volunteers to maintain our services. 

 

Volunteer opportunities

We have many volunteer and internship opportunities, including administrative support, direct services to clients.

In Kind Donations

We accept donations of gently used adult clothing, kitchen supplies, bedding, and furniture, throughout the year.

Make a Donation

Your donation allows us to serve people who are homeless and provide them the support they need.

 
 

Our Programs

We support people experiencing homelessness while they build a more stable life. This may include a full continuum of services from engagement to permanent housing. We seek to educate the community about housing issues and advocate on behalf of our homeless neighbors.

 

CalFresh Outreach

CalFresh Outreach is an integral part of our services. With the help of our outreach workers, people are signed up for CalFresh, and get access to healthier food options for themselves and their families. 

The One-Stop Center

Located at the Annex, the One-Stop Center offers drop-in services such as clothing, hygiene supplies and feminine products, food supplies, intakes into AHP programs, and case management.

Shelters

The adult shelter, former the night shelter, is a long-term shelter facility for adults without children. The family shelter is a long-term shelter program for adults with children, helping families transition out of homelessness.

Extreme Weather Shelter

The Extreme Weather Shelter (EWS) is a program which provides shelter to adults in need on nights of inclement weather. Based on guidelines from the National Weather Service, our program coordinator keeps tabs on the local weather during the winter season in order to help provide shelter on the coldest, wettest, and/or windiest nights of the year. 

Permanent Supportive Housing and
Rapid Rehousing

These programs are an approach to quickly connect people experiencing homelessness to permanent housing without preconditions to entry, such as sobriety. Case management is offered after clients are entered into housing to maximize housing stability and prevent returns to homelessness.

 
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Our Impact

We support people experiencing homelessness while they build a more stable life. This may include a full continuum of services from engagement to permanent housing. We seek to educate the community about housing issues and advocate on behalf of our homeless neighbors.

In 2017

10+

thousand meals served

through our Lunchbox Food Truck.

 

15+

Adults

found permanent housing.

 
 

25+

children and youth

have lived in our Family Shelter this year.

 
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