Located at 133 7th Street, Eureka CA. Monday-Friday 8am-3pm 707.407.3833
"She's our Godsend." - Downtown Larry Brown, one of Betty's clients
Phone and Mail Services: Make outgoing calls, receive phone messages, and use of the Day Center as a mailing address Learning Center: Access to 10 computers for job and housing research Open Door Mobile Health Services: Services including family planning, care for chronic medical conditions, mental/behavioral support, lab services, substance abuse treatment, and health education GED/Unit Recovery: Every Friday from 12pm-3pm Eureka City School teachers are available to tutor Identification: Help obtain identification papers such as birth certificates Homeless Court: Held once every 2 months, low income and homeless individuals can convert fines into community service hours
Coach to Career: Employment readiness addressing job referrals, resume assistance, interview techniques, and job search Hire Attire Clothing Closet: Available to clients in need of new apparel for job interviews Job Search and Resume Preparation: Available daily to assist in job search materials and attaining right to work documents
After School Program: Free program for children in K-5th grade Monday- Friday 3pm-5:30pm during the school year and 12pm-5:30pm in the summer. Available to families experiencing homelessness, unstable housing, children in foster care, and case by case.
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:
Money management – Participants are expected to follow a budget and monthly savings plan