AIDS Drugs Access Program (ADAP)
County of Humboldt
AIDS Task Force
A consortium of local agencies and community members who have an interest in issues that affect Humboldt residents living with HIV/AIDS. Meets 3rd Wednesday of each month, 12:00pm to 1:30pm at the Adorni Center in Eureka. All are welcome. For information, contact Scott Mitchell at (707) 268-2138.
Area 1 Agency on Aging
LGBTI and senior? Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program. We assist people who have Medicare in understanding what Medicare is and their options for selecting Medicare supplements. We also help with resolving Medicare related problems.
434 7th St
Eureka, CA 95501
Contact: Gretchen Stadler, email@example.com or (707)444-3000 x216
The Emma Center
Serving Women with PTSD
5251 Ericson Way, Suite 3
Arcata, CA 95521
Contact: Catherine La Fleur, firstname.lastname@example.org or (707)825-6680
HIV Testing Sites
ANONYMOUS or CONFIDENTIAL
Humboldt County Department of Health & Human Services Public Health Branch:
Eureka: 529 I St. (707) 268-2108
Call for appointment, sliding scale.
Willow Creek: 77 Walnut Way (530) 629-2410
Tuesday and Friday 1:30–3 p.m. Walk in.
Garberville: 727 Cedar Street (707) 923-2779
HIV testing by appointment..
Mobile Van: (The Silver Health Van travels
to various areas. Call the van at 599-6307
for further information).
United Indian Health Services:
Arcata: 1600 Weeot Way (707) 825-5070
Monday thru Friday 10-5 p.m. Walk in.
Klamath: 241 Salmon Ave. (707) 482-2181
Monday 1-3 p.m. Walk in.
Weitchpec: Weitchpec Tribal Office; Hwy 196
Thursday 10-5 p.m. Walk in.
FREE/SLIDING SCALE & CONFIDENTIAL
Six Rivers Planned Parenthood:
Eureka: 3225 Timber Fall Court (707) 442-5700
Walk-in STD testing on Wednesdays from 9 am- noon. Walk-in teen only clinic is Thursdays from 2:30-5:00 pm. All other times are by appointment.
Mobile Medical Office:
Mobile Medical travels to different areas.
Call for locations and schedule.
Eureka Community Health Center:
Eureka: 2412 Buhne St.
(707) 441-1624 Call for an appointment.
Humboldt Open Door Clinic:
Arcata: 770 -10th Street
(707) 826-8610 Call for an appointment.
Redwoods Rural Health Center:
Redway: 101 Westcoast Road
(707) 923-2783 Call for an appointment.
For more information, call the Humboldt County Public Health Branch’s North Coast AIDS Project at (707) 268-2132, Public Health Nursing at (707) 268-2109, or Toll free at 1-866-597-1574.
Humboldt Community Breast Health Project
987 8th Street (across from the Arcata Co-op)
Arcata, CA 95521
Phone: (707) 825-8345
Toll-free: (877) 422-4776
Fax: (707) 825-8384
Humboldt Community Breast Health Project is a community resource of
support and education for those facing a breast health concern or a
diagnosis of breast or gynecologic cancer. Office hours are
Humboldt Domestic Violence Services
24-Hour Crisis Line: (707) 443-6042 or toll-free 1-866-668-6543
Office: (707) 444-9255
Services for women and men who are or have been in abusive
relationships (and their children).
Legal Services of Northern California
P.O. Box 1017, Eureka, California 95502
(707) 445-0866 X304
Free Legal Services for Low Income and Seniors
North Coast AIDS Project (NorCAP)
529 I Street
Eureka, CA 95501
AIDS education and prevention, plus direct services for people living
North Coast Rape Crisis Team
24-Hour Crisis Line: (707) 445-2881
Office: (707) 443-2737
Provides crisis services; coordinates self-defense classes and
education about rape.
Redwood Community Action Agency’s Youth Service Bureau
Provides the following services to teens who are homeless, at risk of becoming homeless or in a crisis….. OUR HOUSE SHELTER: Short-term housing, food, and clothing for youth 12-17; case management, referrals, and support for youth. Youth who access the “Safe House” may be experiencing homelessness, conflicts in the home, runaways, etc... 444-CARE (2273) 24 hours a day
LAUNCH PAD: Long-term transitional housing provided in semi-supervised apartments and a 4 bedroom house. To qualify youth (at minimum) must be between the ages 16-21 and be homeless or fleeing an unhealthy living environment. Youth, with assistance from staff, participate in learning skills to prepare them for independence. This includes budgeting, employment readiness, conflict resolution etc... 444-CARE (2273)
RAVEN PROJECT: A comprehensive support network; Street Outreach for homeless, runaway & street youth, ages 10-21, and a youth “Drop-In” center. At the Drop-In center youth have access to referrals, showers, food, computers, social groups, etc..
YSB SERVICES HOMELESS LIAISON: Provides a variety of services for Youth attending School in the greater Eureka area who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. 498-0927 or 444 CARE (2273)
If you have any questions about YSB’s programs call 444-CARE (2273) 24 hours a day
Six Rivers Planned Parenthood
Pregnancy testing, contraceptive services, exams and treatment for std's, HIV testing and other services.
3225 Timber Fall Court
Eureka, CA 95503
Tobacco Education Network
Tobacco Education Network (TEN) is a group of professional and private citizens working together for a tobacco-free Humboldt County. The lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community smokes more than the population at large. Joining our coalition offers a chance to put tobacco issues on the community’s agenda. The Tobacco Education Network will benefit from your input. We meet on the fourth Tuesday of every month from 3:30pm to 5:00pm in the Conference Room, Second Floor of the Times Standard Building, 930 6th Street, Eureka. For more information contact Kelley Kyle at email@example.com or (707) 441-4634.
Transgender Health Clinic
1:30 to 4:30pm 1st Tuesday of every month
Humboldt Open Door Clinic
770 10th Street, Arcata
To make an appointment, call (707)826-8610. For questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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