Chími nu'aráriihkanheesh:

The Healing Journey

Reducing Substance Abuse in Our Community

A community support project from

Learn From Our Youth

Two Feathers is excited to share our short film “Chími Nu’ Aráriihkanheesh”, which in Karuk means “in this way we heal together”. In this film, our youth share about the impacts of substance use on their lives and how they were able to pursue a path of healing.

Ways To Get Help

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Local Substance Use Resources

  • Two Feathers NAFS
    Provides counseling services, substance use disorder assessments, and support for accessing treatment services.
    Learn more here
  • Trinidad Rancheria Substance Use Disorder Program
    Services: Assessments, Case Management, SUD Education, Referrals and Information, Wraparound Services, Individual and Group Counseling Sessions, Cultural Activities, and Aftercare
    Learn more here
  • 24-hour Substance Use Disorder Access Line
    Call the 24-hour Substance Use Disorder Access Line to complete a brief screening and connect with a SUD treatment provider who offers the level of care that fits your needs. DHHS staff will connect with you during the call to schedule an assessment should you be referred to DHHS’s Humboldt County Programs for Recovery.
    Learn more here or call (855) 765-9703
  • Department of Health and Human Services Healthy Moms Program
    Healthy Moms is a substance use disorder (SUD) treatment program that assists participants in treating their substance use disorders and supporting them to become healthy, productive women and mothers. Childcare is provided on-site for children under the age of 6.
    Learn more here or call (855) 765-9703

Recovery & Treatment Programs

  • United Indian Health Services
    United Indian Health Services, Inc. offers an intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment program through the Behavioral Health department. Our program uses a cultural approach to healing and recovery, based in The Red Road to Wellbriety, which incorporates the Medicine Wheel and the 12-steps.
    Learn more here or call (707) 825-5070
  • K’ima:w Medical Center
    Provides clients with a number of vital services: one-on-one counseling for adolescents and adults, screening, assessments and drug testing, referral and inpatient placement, local sobriety sweats, meetings, an intensive outpatients program that includes behavior modification, prevention, relapse, and addiction educational topics.
    Learn more here or call (530) 625-4261
  • Humboldt County Adolescent Treatment Program
    The Adolescent Treatment Program (ATP) is an outpatient program designed to provide care to clients in their community, at home or in the office. ATP is currently staffed by a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, a Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor-II (CDAC-II), a CDAC-I and a Certified Substance Use Counselor Trainee.
    Learn more here or call (707) 441-3773
    24-hour substance use disorder access line: (855) 765-9703

Anonymous Support Services

  • Alcoholics Anonymous of Humboldt and Del Norte Counties
    AA has a 24-Hour Helpline available at (844) 442-0711
    You can also learn more at
  • Narcotics Anonymous
    Narcotics Anonymous meetings are available, and you can find meeting locations here.
  • Northern California Al-Anon/Alateen
    Northern California Al-Anon and Alateen programs can be found at:
    their website
    Toll-free: (888) 425-2666
    Local Contact: (707) 443-1419
  • Co-Dependents (CoDa) Anonymous
    CoDa can be found at their website

Harm Reduction Resources

  • Naloxone
    Naloxone is a prescription medicine that temporarily stops the effect of opioids. This helps a person start to breathe again and wake up from an opioid overdose. Naloxone (the generic name) is also sold under the brand names Narcan® and Evzio®.
    Learn more at the Stop Overdose Humboldt website.
    Free Naloxone is available at the following locations:
  • Humboldt Area Center for Harm Reduction
    The Humboldt Area Center for Harm Reduction (HACHR) is committed to building stronger, healthier communities by co-creating spaces that foster dignity, equity, and choice.
    Learn more at the HAHCR's website or by calling (707) 407-6013.

Ways To Get Help

Help is available

There are many resources available to help, in many different ways. Whether you are looking for someone to talk to locally, recovery programs, or anonymous support, below is a list of various systems that can help you.


If you or someone you know is having a medical emergency, call 911 immediately. The national crisis lifeline is also available 24/7 by calling or texting 988, or via chat on their website.
Help is available. If you or a loved one is experiencing a substance use disorder emergency please call 988