Sanctuary Camps can easily be titled Outdoor Living Centers for they create a sense of belonging and community for the residents used to living in encampments or outside who are already engaged in mutually supporting one another in healing from trauma, dislocation, and a myriad of circumstances that often result in homelessness. They facilitate each others’ successes as member of the community. For those with history living in encampments this is particularly true. AHHA believes that for those who are chronically homeless, these centers would be the most appropriate transitional setting in which to begin navigating the continuum of care and housing, a safe, legal environment affording them a familiar style of living, whether the end destination is permanent or permanent supportive housing or simply fostering the building of self and community. The Tiny House Villages represent a transitional step along the pathway to more permanent housing and continue to emphasize the building of community along with tiny houses. This building of community and housing carries through to the permanent/supportive housing models in AHHA’s continuum of housing. Safe parking programs can be stand alone programs, like all of our models/proposals, or integrated with any part of this continuum.
AHHA Public Commentary
AHHA Presentation to Arcata City Council 12-6-17
The Village Collaborative – Home
The Village Collaborative Bookstore – Great deals on bulk purchases of Tent City Urbanism by Andrew Heben
The Village Collaborative on Facebook – Public Facebook Group
Friends of the Humboldt Houseless – Public Facebook Group
Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week – November 16 – 24, 2019
Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day – December 21 annually
Human Rights Day – December 10 annually
Please take this survey to assist our community partner Humboldt Harm Reduction Coalition (HHRC) to help them better understand our community’s knowledge and experience with harm reduction activities and policies so they can better support the harm reduction movement in Humboldt County!
International Overdose Awareness Day – August 31st annually
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AHHA Email: email@example.com
PO Box 3794, Eureka, Ca 95502-3794
Office Phone (707) 298-1466