Rehabilitation and Recovery
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WATERFRONT RECOVERY SERVICES (WRS)Waterfront Recovery Services (WRS) is a 56-bed medically managed detoxification and residential addiction treatment center located at 2413 2nd Street, Eureka, CA at the former Multiple Assistance Center next to Target.
The facility was jointly operated by Alcohol and Drug Care Services (ADCS) and Redwood Community Action Agency (RCAA) for the first year. This unique partnership allowed for comprehensive substance use disorder treatment from a multi-disciplinary team and aftercare services which include assistance with life skills, employment, education, family reunification, and housing. WRS is currently operated by ADCS; RCAA subcontracts with Humboldt County Probation to provide case management services to probationer WRS clients as they graduate the residential program and move out on their own.
WRS was made possible by a $1.6 million dollar grant funded by Providence St. Joseph Health (PSJH), the newly formed health system that includes St. Joseph Health, Humboldt County, and Well Being Trust, a new national foundation seeded by PSJH that is committed to advancing mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing. Partnership HealthPlan of California also contributed funding, and the city of Eureka provided the building.
Please contact (707) 269-9590 for more information on how to enter into the residential treatment program.
Just for Kids
Home Energy Saving for Kids
A Guide to Becoming A Tree Hugger
Protecting & Restoring Forests
Reduce Your Carbon Footprint
Guide to Composting at Home
Going Green: Eco-Friendly Property Upgrades https://www.kanetix.ca/eco-
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Health and Wellness
The Center for Consumer Information & Insurance Oversight California https://www.cms.gov/cciio
Pre-Existing Insurance Plan (PCIP) offers health coverage to medically uninsurable individuals who live in California
The Center for Consumer Information & Insurance Oversight
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY SERVICES AND DEVELOPMENT OF CALIFORNIA
The California Department of Community Services and Development (CSD) partners with a network of private non-profit and public local community service providers dedicated to helping low-income families achieve and maintain self-sufficiency, meet their home energy needs and reside in housing free from the dangers of lead hazards
Everything you need to know about mold
FAST FACTS ABOUT MENTAL ILLNESS
Housing and Shelter
This document contains useful information for individuals at all points along the housing search; from advice on how to approach and interact with renters. to crisis shelters and sober living environments, to phone numbers for apartment complexes and property management firms.
Apartment Search Guide
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) is a federally-funded program that helps low-income households pay their home heating and cooling bills. It operates in every state and the District of Columbia, as well as on most tribal reservations and U.S. territories. The LIHEAP Clearinghouse is an information resource for state, tribal and local LIHEAP providers, and others interested in low-income energy issues. This site is a supplement to the LIHEAP-related information the LIHEAP Clearinghouse currently provides through its phone line
RCAA Lead Safe Video
US Dept. of Energy
Dept. of Energy Weatherization Assistance Program
Energy Saving Tips
Energy Consumption Calculator
Home Energy Saving for Kids
Pacific Power California CARE Program
Pacific Power Energy Savings Tips
Pacific Power Tools & Information
PG&E CARE: http://www.pge.com/care/
PG&E Energy Saving
Carbon Footprint Calculator:http://www.carbonfootprint.com/calculator.aspx
Resource locator tool for Senior Care
Disability and Health
Disability Qualification information: http://www.ssdrc.com/15-4.html
Discount drug prescription card
Community Disability Resource Guide for Humboldt County
This guide has been provided by Tri-County Independent Living and has been developed to help persons with disabilities and their service providers find needed services, with the most accessible design. We have included the basic resources available, along with where to call for information and help.
Hard copies of this resource guide will be available for individual pick-up in our offices after December 10, 2018. Please feel free to share this resource.
The electronic version is viewable and downloadable at this address:
Travelling Abroad with a Disability
A Home Safety Checklist for Wheelchair Users
Disability Awareness and Planning for Accessibility during Events
The Definitive Safety Guide to Attending Music & Sporting Events with a Disability
CAYEN represents a steering committee from across the state of California. These are youth and young adults ages 16-25 who have been touched by the mental health, juvenile justice, or foster care systems. These three groups of young people have many cross-cutting issues, so while CAYEN focuses on mental health policy we work with our partners to bridge the gaps between the three systems.
Education and Career Resources