Community Resources

Community Support

Dr. Choong Yuk (Pio) Kim

Licensed Psychologist
381 Bayside Rd, Suite B (lower floor), Arcata, CA
Contact: 707-840-6171

Tai Parker (they/them)

Transgender Health Services Case Manager
Open Door Community Health Center
Contact: 707-633-8145 or

Pata Vang

Clinical Social Worker
With Open Arms Healthcare
Contact: 707-442-0400 or

The Betty Kwan Chinn Homeless Foundation

The foundation's mission is to honor all of humanity by providing direct responses to immediate needs and helping the homeless achieve the dignity needed to return to society as contributing members.

Ewam Kusum Ling: Nyingma School of Tibetan Buddhism

A Dharma center nestled based in Kneeland, CA. They are affiliated with Ewam's Worldwide centers and provide programs and education in Vajrayana Buddhism, with the desire to help all sentient beings.

Local Asian Markets

Asia’s Best

Open Monday - Saturday from 9am - 7pm
Sundays from 10am-6:30pm
2085 Myrtle Avenue #8, Eureka, CA 95501

Asian Oriental Foods

Open Monday - Friday from 11am - 5pm
2338 Albee St, Eureka, CA 95501

Lao Oriental Market

Fresh produce and banh mi's every weekend!
Monday - Thursday 10am-5pm, Friday 10am-8pm, Saturday 10m-6pm, Sunday 10am-4pm
2908 E St, Eureka, CA 95501

Little Japan 商店

Open Tuesday - Saturday from 11am - 6pm
Closed Sundays and Mondays
2848 F St, Eureka, CA 95501


Hmong Cultural Center of Del Norte County

Hmong Cultural Center of Del Norte County is an organization located at Bess Maxwell Elementary School in Crescent City, CA. The mission of HCCDNC is to preserve and share the Hmong heritage and traditions through activities, enrichment, outreach and partnerships. HCCDNC is open to the community of all ages who are interested in learning and understanding the Hmong culture. They provide classes such as literacy for beginners & intermediate levels, Hmong dance, Hmong cooking class, sewing class, Hmong reed pipe instrumental (Qeej) class, and marriage and funeral customs.

Humboldt Lao Dancers

Humboldt Lao Dancers was formed in Spring 2016 to preserve Lao dance throughout the year, instead of the usual once a year performance at Lao New Year. Volunteers and parents of dancers have donated their time and commitment to keep Humboldt Lao Dancers open to the public and year round. The dance group strives to perform around Humboldt county and other areas of Northern California in order to promote diversity, cultural awareness, and to demonstrate the legacy and importance of Lao dance.

Humboldt Asian & Pacific Islanders in Solidarity

The purpose of Humboldt Asians & Pacific Islanders in Solidarity (HAPI) is to build and empower our community by amplifying, supporting, and encouraging diverse voices and perspectives to foster a more engaged and inclusive community.