Indigenous Peoples Day 2021

Today is Indigenous Peoples’ Day. It’s a day to honor the cultures and histories of Indigenous People and an opportunity to celebrate Indigenous excellence, achievements, and contributions. Indigenous Peoples Day is centered around reflecting on tribal roots to empower and strengthen communities. Homelessness disproportionately affects Indigenous people due to economic hardships, being displaced from traditional…

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New Program Coordinator Excited To Reimagine Social Justice as a Tool for Healing in the Arts

Your Investment in AHCH Creates Access to the Arts Strewn across the tables of ArtStreet were stacks of paper of various textures and weight, buckets of acrylic paint in tubes, paintbrushes with withered bristles, and piles of chromatic pencils and crayons for a workshop titled: “Mixed Media Tutorial.” Mixed Media art refers to a visual…

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Eviction Relief and Resources

*NOTE: AHCH does not have an eviction program and values promoting community resources that help end or diminish homelessness. Please check out the community resources available for eviction prevention in our community.   UPDATED: 8/04/2021 If COVID-19 has caused economic hardships in your household, you may be eligible for Emergency Rental Assistance in the state…

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AHCH is Mission Focused During COVID-19

RESOURCES COVID-19 Guidance for People Who Use Drugs and Harm Reduction Programs from the Harm Reduction Coalition https://bit.ly/2IMN0dL Hand-washing using the World Health Organization Technique https://bit.ly/33bmeFA Vaccine Clinics: Every Tuesday 9-12 Artstreet Open Studio Returns ArtStreet Open Studio will return Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays 2 to 4 p.m. Due to Covid restriction the space is limited to…

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