Humboldt Mediation Services
517 Third Street, Eureka - 707-445-2505http://www.humboldtmediationservices.org
Established in 1983, Humboldt Mediation Services is a community based, non-governmental, non-profit organization of volunteers. We provide conflict resolution services for disputes of all kinds, including family and child custody disputes, divorces and separations, workplace conflicts, tenant-landlord conflicts, and many others. We offer a community board style of mediation which is an alternative to costly court cases and which encourages communication and collaborative resolution.
Jacoby Creek Land Trust
2182 Old Arcata Road, Arcata - (707) 822-0900http://www.jclandtrust.org
The Jacoby Creek Land Trust is a community based organization dedicated to the protection of land with conservation and agricultural values in the Jacoby Creek Valley, and around northern Humboldt Bay. JCLT works with private landowners to design conservation easements for scientific, historic, cultural, educational, recreational, agricultural, scenic or open space values. JCLT also works in riparian restoration and youth nature education outreach.
Northcoast Environmental Center
791 Eighth Street, Arcata - (707) 822-6918http://www.yournec.org
The NEC is an influential coalition that educates, agitates and litigates on behalf of the environment in the Klamath-Siskiyou region. This nonprofit umbrella for a host of citizen activist groups has been at the forefront of every regional environmental struggle for decades – from ancient redwoods, wild rivers and recycling to toxics, energy and endangered species.
Sustainable Nations Development Project
73 Langford Road, Trinidad - (707) 677-3588
Training and project development for Native peoples in sustainable development technologies. Bridge building for sustainable futures with non-Native community members
The Raven Project
523 T Street, Eureka - (707) 443-7089
The RAVEN Project is a program of the Youth Service Bureau, a division of Redwood Community Action Agency. The mission of The RAVEN Project is to improve the mental and physical well-being, provide basic survival supplies, create a network of resources and referrals, support and advocate, provide positive role models, and employ the at-risk youth within the area of Humboldt County! The RAVEN Project incorporates both county-wide street outreach services and drop-in center services for youth ages 10-21 who may be living or hanging out on the streets.