Founded in 1991, Arcata House Partnership has worked for 25 years to support people who are homeless in Humboldt County.
Established by the City of Arcata, a group of local faith based organizations, and concerned citizens, Arcata House Partnership currently has seven buildings throughout Arcata.
Arcata House Partnership recognizes that a crucial part of success is supportive services, both during and after people stay in our programs. AHP has a successful permanent supportive housing program called Apartment's First!, which provides both housing and intensive case management to our residents.
Arcata House Partnership has taken a leadership role in many community based activities that advocate for people who are homeless and educate the community. This includes a founding role in the Humboldt Housing and Homeless Coalition (HHHC), participation and leadership on the City of Arcata's Homeless Services Plan Task Force, membership in the HSU Food Alliance, the Humboldt County CalFresh Task Force, and provided consultation to the city on the 2015 Arcata Bay Crossing Project.
Arcata House Partnership serves as both an advocate on behalf of homeless issues, but also as a provider of a full continuum of services. From case management at our Annex location to our street outreach team, to our emergency shelters, to permanent supportive housing, we believe that the full continuum of care can help support people in need.