Keeping our community safe and healthy
through behavioral health, harm reduction, and housing.

 Our behavioral health programs exist to elevate clients’ voices and advocate for their emotional, behavioral, and psychological needs through an evidence-based, client-centered approach to mind and body well-being, including collaborative therapists, psychiatrists, and social workers dedicated to integrated care, one-on-one counseling, group therapy, and drug use moderation management. 



Behavioral Health




 One of the most important ways we can improve healthcare for people who experience homelessness is to help them find safe permanent housing. With support from the Department of Health Services and other key funders, we find homes for people that need them, even as homelessness increased 12% in 2016.







 The only way to move beyond homelessness is to survive it. By minimizing the risk factors for contracting and spreading diseases, we can help provide new direction. Every year we distribute over 1 million clean syringes and dispose of over 800,000 used syringes safely. 



Center for Harm Reduction





Our training and education program provides innovative health, behavioral health, and harm reduction training as well as technical assistance to community based service providers, community health clinics, and hospitals.



Training and Education




HHCLA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization  |  Tax ID 95‐4074970

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