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  • Adult Day Health

    Adult Day Health Services

    “Helping Make Every Day Your Best Day!”

    ADHS is a medically licensed, therapeutic day program that provides a caring alternative to nursing home care for those who do not need 24-hour skilled nursing. The program is designed to help people stay mentally and physically active, reduce isolation, improve their health, and prevent decline of their abilities. People typically attend the program one to five times a week. Services include therapeutic activities, games, health monitoring, social services, meals, dietary counseling, physical, occupational and speech therapies.

    ADC According to one participant:
    “Being alone at home you find loneliness creeps up on you. You can’t get out of your home because of your disability. ADHS gives me a chance to socialize. It increases my faith to see how other people are overcoming their problems and how far they have come. Therapy gives me hope for future improvements."
    ADC Participants who attend Adult Day Health Services have dramatic improvements in their lives. They develop friendships, are happier, and take part in regular exercise and therapies.

    • To read stories depicting the lives of participants of Adult Day Health Services click here.
    • For common questions and answers click here.
    • For Advocacy relating to Adult Day Health Services click here for the CAADS website
    • For More information about Adult Day Health Services or to schedule your visit day please contact us today by email or phone, (707) 444-8254 ext. 3203
    • To download a referral form click here
    • For family caregiver resources click here
    • Adult Day Health Services is always looking for new volunteers to bring fresh ideas to our center. Volunteers can help in a variety of ways:

      • Program Volunteer: Socialize with participants of our Adult Day Health program and help to facilitate activity and/or exercise groups.
      • Office Assistant - help with maintaining our database, sending mailings for special events, filing materials and maintaining office supplies, and keeping staff organized.

      For information about our next volunteer training or educational programs contact us at(707)444-8254 ext. 3229 or by email

      Click here to download an application.

    • Alzheimer's Resource Center
      The Alzheimer’s Resource Center provides education, information and services regarding Alzheimer's Disease and related dementias throughout Humboldt County.

      The Alzheimer's Resource Center is home to the Dementia Care Coalition, a group of professionals and community members who are working to create a more dementia competent community.

      The following services are provided at low or no charge:

      • Support Groups in many different locations
      • One on one consultations via telephone or in our office
      • Large resource library in Eureka – books, videos, DVDs on loan
      • Free educational materials and internet searches
      • Training to professionals about any aspect of Alzheimer’s and other dementias, offered either at our location or yours
      • Educational events for caregivers and the general public (nominal fees may be charged)
      • Click here for more Alzheimer's Resources

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    • Are You OK®?
      “Are You OK?®” is a telephone reassurance service to assist members of our community who live alone. Humboldt Senior Resource Center offers the Are You OK® service for Eureka residents. For a one time fee of $12, Are You OK?® provides regular contact and peace of mind for program subscribers. Click Here to download an intake form.
    • Dial-A-Ride
      Ticket purchase for service in the cities of Eureka, Arcata and McKinleyville are available at the HSRC Dial-a-Ride office located on the second floor. Contact 443-9747 ext. 1240.

      Note: The communities of Humboldt Hill, Arcata, Manila/Samoa are now being served through HCAR. Contact their office at 443-7077 for information and tickets.

    • Firewood Program
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      Firewood SOLD OUT for the 2016 season. Check back July 2017.
    • Multipurpose Senior Services Program (MSSP)
      MSSP is a community-based care management program that helps frail elderly people and their families locate, arrange and manage supportive services.
    • Nutrition
      The Humboldt Senior Resource Center's Senior Nutrition Department offers a variety of services to meet the needs of seniors in our community. Convenient Congregate Dining Centers, located in Eureka, Arcata, and Fortuna are a place for meet with friends and eat a nutritious lunch. Take a look at the most current menu. If you are homebound and unable to get out, Home Delivered Meals may be available to you. Donations are encouraged for these services, but no senior shall be denied a meal if unable to donate.

      For great food for a great cause, check out our Boxed Lunches and catering services. These services are perfect for meetings or groups.

      The Senior Nutrition Program is financed by individual donations, as well as federal, state, local, corporate, and foundation donations.

    • Redwood Coast PACE
      Redwood Coast PACE is a Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly. It is a health plan for older adults age 55+ that provides medical and support services for frail adults who need a nursing-home level of care, but who wish to remain in their homes and community. For more information Click here to read the PACE Brochure.

      Medicare also provides a Quick Facts flyer about PACE, which can be accessed in either English or Spanish by clicking on the links below.

      Hechos PACE – Español

    • Senior Home Repair
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      The purpose of this program is to assist low to moderate income seniors who cannot afford repairs needed to their home to accommodate the special needs of older adults to make their homes safer. If you are 60+ and live in the City of Eureka (owner or renter), your income does not exceed $48,650 for individuals ($55,600 for couples) you may qualify for this free service. The repairs cannot exceed $300 per fiscal year.

      The workers can help with most any small job that will maintain the health and safety of the senior and keep them in their home - the restricting guideline is the job cannot require a licensed contractor or a building permit.

      The repairs can include, but are not limited to: repairs to floor boards, porches, steps, railings, installation of grab bars, hand rails, smoke detectors, weatherization of windows and doors, safety repairs such as tacking down loose carpet, other minor tasks that would be difficult for seniors, such as changing light bulbs in ceiling fixtures, changing batteries in smoke detectors, and minor electrical or plumbing work.

      Call us at 443-9747 x 1240 for more information and to sign up. We can direct you to other programs for bigger repairs and ramps, too.

    • Senior News
      Senior News
      Senior News is a 24-page monthly newspaper distributed along a 150-mile stretch of the Northwest California coast. Senior News has been published by the Humboldt Senior Resource Center since 1981 telling stories of local seniors and local issues of importance to seniors, their families and caregivers. The small staff is augmented by community volunteer writers, an editorial advisory board and by senior volunteers who distribute Senior News newspapers to more than 100 locations from Crescent City to Garberville.

      Circulation: 13,000 monthly: 5,000 distributed from Garberville to Crescent City; 8,000 included in the last Tuesday issue of the Times-Standard for subscribers.

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      To read the current issue CLICK HERE or to read previous issues click here

      News Editor: Ted Pease, 707-443-9747 ext. 1226, tpease@humsenior.org

      Advertising Sales: Elizabeth Whitley, 707-443-9747 ext. 1227, ewhitley@humsenior.org

      Retail/Display Advertising - Retail/Display Advertising - Advertising in Senior News on pages 2 thru 24 is available at the following rates: $20.00-22.00 per column inch for Full Color; $18.00 per column inch for B/W. Early Holiday Deadlines: For the December and January issues, the 9th of the month previous to publication. To download our rate sheet and information click here

      Deadlines for articles and submissions to Senior News - Deadline is the 12th of every month for all stories, PSAs and Community Event listings. For more information contact Senior News at 443-9747, ext. 1226, or email tpease@humsenior.org

      Subscribe: $20 a year; mail a check to 1910 California St.,
      Eureka, CA 95501 or call
      707-443-9747 and subscribe with MC/Visa.

      Pick up a FREE Senior News in any city listed below

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