How we work together is as important as what we create together. We are striving to develop collaborative individuals and communities as we build affordable homeless housing alternatives. All are welcome to join us. AHHA is made up of a Board of Directors, Working Groups/Committees who work with each other and the larger Humboldt community on selecting sites, outreach, fundraising, media and reaching our goals, whether longer term or more short term, like creating sanctuary camps and micro housing villages. Wondering how you can chip in? Head to our Contribute page.
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Affordable Homeless Housing Alternatives (AHHA) was founded on the belief that everyone has a human right to a safe and legal place to live. Safe, Warm and Dry First! In...
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The city of Eureka received one response to its request for proposals to help the soon-to-be-displaced homeless people currently residing behind the Bayshore Mall, and it appears to dead on...
“AHHA provides information, education, advocacy and policy development for
affordable housing with the homeless in Humboldt County.
AHHA facilitates implementation of models and assists in operations with
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AHHA provides information, education, advocacy and policy development for affordable housing with the homeless in Humboldt County. AHHA facilitates implementation of models and assists in operations with community groups. Any and all contributions are a huge help for our mission! Click the button below if you would like to donate.
Nezzie Wade (707) 267-4035
Edie Jessup (707) 407-0047