ATTENTION! : The Humboldt Area Center for Harm Reduction is no longer able to provide our drop-in Syringe Services from our 3rd street building, please look at “Syringe Exchange Hours” to find out where we are parked during the week in Eureka for Syringe Services”
Syringe Services Hours and Locations
Mobile Syringe Services in Eureka
- Tuesday 10:00am to 2:00pm – Parked under Samoa Bridge near AHHA Mobile Showers
- Thursday 10:00am to 2:00pm – Parked on “A” Street between 2nd ST and 3rd ST near Free Meal/ Mobile Medical
Drop In Hours at 1522 3rd street for all services excluding Syringe Services
For all other services (food, water, wound care kits, hygiene kits, Narcan/Naloxone, linkage to MAT, mail services, etc.), you can visit us at our building in Eureka at 1522 3rd ST at these times:
- Mondays: 11AM – 1PM
- Tuesdays : 10AM- 2PM
- Thursdays : 10AM – 2PM
Outreach outside of Eureka – Appointment Needed/ Call ahead of time
Wednesdays 12:30am to 3pm
Please call ahead @ (707) 407-6013.
Linkage to Medication Assisted Treatment : Our organization is committed to providing linkage to low-barrier MAT services through the tele-health medicine in partnership with Bright Heart Health. Have questions about enrollment? Come visit us during our drop in hours.
ID Vouchers: Come get access to one of our ID vouchers, to replace your lost ID or driver’s license
System Navigation: Need assistance navigating the healthcare system in Humboldt County? Come talk to our case manager, Christina, who has extensive knowledge and experience with system navigation.
Narcan and Naloxone : Drop in to any of our service hours or locations to get free Narcan/Naloxone accompanied by an in-person overdose prevention training for folks who need it. If you can’t make it to any of our drop-in hours, call or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 707-407-6013
Fentanyl Test Kits: Same as Narcan – can be picked up during drop in hours, or call/email to work out a drop off
Overdose prevention trainings: Email us at email@example.com to schedule an overdose prevention training for your community group or workplace.