Author: Rene Arche

Recording Now Available of “Parkinson’s Plus Syndromes” Presentation

Lessons in Dementia is an educational series from HSRC’s Adult Day Health & Alzheimer’s Services.  See here for info  regarding upcoming presentations. A recording is now available of the December 5, 2022 presentation of  “Parkinson’s Plus Syndromes” by Andrew Levine, PhD, ABPP  from  North Coast Neuropsychiatry. This session addressed the shared symptoms of Parkinson’s Plus […]

HSRC awarded $404,152 Federal grant to expand nutrition program

The Humboldt Senior Resource Center (HSRC) has been awarded a $404,152, three-year Innovations in Nutrition Program and Services grant from the Administration for Community Living, an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.  The purpose of the grant is to reduce hunger, encourage social engagement, and promote health and wellbeing among older […]

Computer Skills Classes

The Area 1 Agency on Aging, in partnership with the Humboldt Senior Resource Center and TriCounty Independent Living, is offering the following technology classes starting in August: IPAD essentials class (5 weeks)  Chromebook essentials class (5 weeks) Computer essentials class (5 weeks). An online health resource lecture and a course called “Benefits of Connecting to the Internet […]

Recording available of “Lessons in Dementia: Activity Programming” presentation

Lessons in Dementia is a new educational series from HSRC’s Adult Day Health & Alzheimer’s Services. Did you miss the July 25 session, “Activity Programming,” presented by David Van Reusen, Assistant Director of Redwood Coast PACE?  If yes, you can find a recording and the handout here.  This presentation focused on the  importance of activities […]

HSRC Thanks Subaru of America

Thanks to the efforts of McCrea Subaru in Eureka and local Subaru buyers in our community, Humboldt Senior Resource Center’s Home Delivered Meals Program has received $3983 from Subaru of America as a result of the 2021-22 Subaru Share the Love Event.  These monies are in addition to the $16,500 already received from McCrea Subaru […]

New Technology for Seniors Thanks to a Generous Grant

Many seniors want to be more computer literate. Thanks to a $8454 grant from the Christine & Jalmer Berg Foundation, HSRC will soon have a computer laboratory again at our Eureka center that can help local seniors achieve this goal. The grant will also provide new computers, Chromebooks and SmartTV for use in our Activities […]

Join the HSRC Board of Directors

Are you interested in shaping the future for older adults in Humboldt County?  If yes, please consider serving on the HSRC board of directors.  We invite you to complete the online Board Interest Survey found here, or complete and submit the Interest Form found here. Questions? Call us at 707-443-9747 ext. 1213 or email

HSRC Behavioral Health Services Now Accepting Referrals

HSRC’s new Behavioral Health Services program is now accepting referrals for services to begin in mid-May. We currently can bill Medicare and Anthem Blue Cross directly, and are happy to take referrals from other insurance plans for which we serve as an out-of-network provider. For more information about the program, click here.  Questions? Call 707-443-9747.

In-Person Senior Dining now Open at New Heritage Cafés

After more than two years of pandemic closure, Humboldt Senior Resource Center (HSRC) is now open for in-person dining. Each of HSRC’s three Senior Dining Centers — Arcata, Eureka and Fortuna — has been renamed Heritage Café. The long closure of the dining sites gave HSRC the opportunity to evaluate how services to our diners […]