Hope Center

Starting May 17, the ramp entrance to the Hope Center will be closed due to construction. Visitors can call 707-441-3783 for assistance.

Notice of Temporary Accommodation

This facility is not currently in complete compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, also known as ADA. Humboldt County is committed to serving all residents regardless of ability. If you would like assistance to enter or use this facility during business hours, please make your request in person, by calling 877-410-8809 or 707-476-4700, or via email to the ADA Coordinator at ADA@co.humboldt.ca.us.

The Hope Center is located on the main Mental Health campus. It is a safe, positive environment to learn to live the best life possible - personally, socially, mentally, and emotionally. It is a place to relax, create, socialize, play games, learn new skills, and maximize your potential.

At the Hope Center, everyone is a peer and everyone is worth understanding. The Hope Center offers a variety of groups and classes, many of which are facilitated by peer volunteers.

We welcome you to drop in and visit us at your convenience. We’ll be happy to introduce you to our community, share our resources, give you a tour, and invite you to join our activities.
Our regular activities include:
  • Art
  • Bingo
  • Grief Group
  • Peer Advocacy Group
  • Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)
As a community, we also participate in advocacy and community building events. All activities are free of charge, but we do accept donations to help us provide coffee and snacks. We also offer Internet access and a free clothing closet.

Hope Center Values

  • Hope is a key ingredient to wellness.
  • The Hope Center recognizes diversity in goals, needs, concerns, strengths, and motivations.
  • We are person-centered, where individuals’ experiences are validated. We share resources for recovery and build skills to empower the person to make informed choices and to live the best life possible.