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Eureka Campus
Resource Center and Pantry

707-476-4616

food-pantry@redwoods.edu

Hours:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday

10am-2pm

Housing

On Campus Housing

http://www.redwoods.edu/housing/

CR offers housing for up to 160 students in two buildings. Residency in the dorms includes a meal plan at the cafeteria, on site laundry facilities , and free admission to CR events.

Off Campus Housing Resources

Betty Chin Day Center
133 7 th Street, Eureka, CA
Transitional Res idence Program – A one year transitional residential program, with potential for time extension, for up to five homeless individuals. It is designed for those who are homeless and working toward regaining self-sufficiency. Program participants will be supported by a Case Manager as they work toward independence in all aspects of life including:

  • Employment
  • Housing
  • Money management – Participants are expected to follow a budget and monthly savings plan
  • Education
  • Health
  • Communication skills

Emergency Shelter

Crisis Services: Humboldt Domestic Violence Services
Eureka, CA
707-443-6042
707-444-9255 (business)
http://www.hdvs.org/
24-hr crisis phone; emergency shelter for survivors/children; support groups; emergency food, gas, clothes, toiletries, and transportation in/out of area; advocacy and accompaniment to law enforcement, hospitals, court, assistance with DV restraining orders and 1-on-1 peer counseling (by appointment only).

WISH, INC (Women & Children Shelter)
PO Box 642
Garberville, CA 95542
707-923-4100
800-211-1188
http://www.wishshelter.org/
Community-based emergency shelter operating in rural southern Humboldt. Aid and empower women and their children in crisis and/or victims of domestic violence.

Eureka Rescue Mission-Women& Children’s Program
107 Third St.
Eureka, CA 95501
707-443-5016
http://www.eurekarescuemission.org/
Dinner and breakfast are served to those staying in the shelter. Emergency shelter; arrive between 4:45 - 4:55 p.m. Check-in at 4:45 PM.. Released after breakfast.

Eureka Rescue Mission-Men’s Program
110 Second St.
Eureka, CA 95501
707-443-4551
http://www.eurekarescuemission.org/
Dinner, breakfast are served to those staying in the shelter. Emergency shelter opens between 5:30 and 6 p.m., release is between 7 and 7:30 a.m. Has a clothing closet. No walk-ins; must be on schedule.

Humboldt Domestic Violence Services
P.O. Box 969
Eureka, CA 95502
707-443-6042
707-444-9255
http://www.hdvs.org/
Emergency shelter geared towards those escaping domestic violence.

Two Feathers Native American Services
(Domestic Violence Services)
1650 Betty Court, Suite A
McKinleyville, CA 95519
707-839-1933
http://www.twofeathers-nafs.org/
Social work, emergency services, counseling, therapeutic culture groups. Services are free. Also helps with emergency food, clothing and shelter (up to 3 days) for domestic violence victims. Contact person Kim Brown.

Launch Pad, Youth Services Bureau, RCAA
(Youth Services)
523 T St.
Eureka, CA 95501
707-443-8322
http://rcaa.org/division/youth-service-bureau
Serving youth, ages 16-21 years old that are homeless, fleeing abusive or dangerous situations or experiencing severe family conflict. YSB services include a 24-hour youth crisis hotline, street outreach and drop-in services, temporary emergency shelter and long term transitional housing.

Temporary Housing

Our House
Youth Services Bureau, RCAA
1100 California St.
Eureka, CA 95501
707-443-8322
707-444-2273 (crisis line)
http://rcaa.org/division/youth-service-bureau/program/our-house-%E2%80%93-emergency-shelter
A temporary residential program for ages 12 to 17 years old (maximum stay of 21 days) with the goal of family reunification. The majority of all sheltered youth return to their parent or guardian’s home after a brief intervention by YSB.

North Coast Veterans Resource Center (HCHV) (Emergency Housing)
109 Fourth St.
Eureka, CA 95501
707-442-4322
http://www.vietvets.org/ncvrc.htm
NCVRC operates a 16-bed Health Care for Homeless Veterans (HCHV) behavioral health program. In total, NCVRC is able to provide temporary housing and services to 52 homeless veterans.

Extreme Weather Housing

Winter Shelter Program, Social Services, DHHS
929 Koster St.
Eureka, CA 95501
707-269-4127
http://humboldtgov.org/192/Department-of-Health-Human-Services
Each winter, DHHS announces the opening of the winter shelter program and how to apply. Emphasis on families.

McKinleyville Family Resource Center-Extreme Weather Shelter
1450 Hiller Road
McKinleyville, CA 95519
707-840-0905
www.mckfrc.org/
Open when weather info contacts them during extreme conditions. They open for dinner/showers, then people are transported to church locations for overnight stay.

Others

Fortuna Adventist Community Services (Housing resources)
2331 Rohnerville Road
Fortuna, CA 95540
707-725-1166
http://fortunaacs.com/
Shelter is geared towards women/children escaping domestic violence.

Arcata Night Shelter, Arcata House
Partnership
501 Ninth St.
Arcata, CA 95521
707-822-0410
http://www.arcatahouse.org/
Twenty bed shelter facility for men/women; check-in and intakes take place at the bus annex at 2:30 p.m. Dinner, breakfast, showers (limit 15 minute) for those staying the night; asked to do chores

Section 8 Housing
City of Eureka Housing Authority
735 W Everding Street
Eureka, CA
(707) 443-4583
https://affordablehousingonline.com/guide/section-8-vouchers/intro