DHHS expands services to help youth transition to independence
EUREKA, Calif. - The Humboldt County Department of Health & Human Services Transition-Age Youth Division's new office location on M Street in Downtown Eureka is now readily accessible.
The new space is about three times and the size of the program's former facility.
"We're finally getting some breathing room," said Social Worker Leah Lamattina. "I think this will really increase the usefulness of TAY services for young people."
The program, established in 2008, provides counseling services, employment training, and the Independent Living Skills program to people ages 16-26.
Staff invite the public to their Open House, located at 433 M Street, on Tuesday, September 19, from 2 p.m. to 5p.m.