Humboldt Patient Resource Center is dedicated to giving back to the community and assisting our community members beyond the services of medical cannabis. Our facility operates as a not for profit business and focuses on the entire well being of our patients. We offer free informational handouts on nutrition, stretching and relaxation techniques, have a network of local health services providers, and are an approved Learning Center Site for Humboldt State University Internships. Through our Get Up and Get Out Wellness Campaign HPRC donates bicycles to local community members, sponsors outdoor activities like disc golf tournaments, and supports patient community picnics to help patients meet and interact with other individuals who may suffer similar ailments.
HPRC works closely with Hospice Care and Palliative Doctors to assist ailing patients pass with dignity. We offer a Compassion Program that provides catastrophic and terminally ill community members free and discounted medicine. Our goal is to ensure that the medicine we provide does not create a financial burden during the stressful stages of patients sicknesses and ailments. Our long term goal is to expand our garden size to be able to provide medicine to more patients. Wellness and improving the lives of our patients is our goal.
Our facility also donates to local community business and organizations throughout Humboldt County. Some of our recent donations include:
- Breast Cancer Awareness
- Hospice of Humboldt
- Relay For Life
- North Coast Aids Project
- HPRC Wellness Center
- Sequoia Animal Shelter
- Humboldt County Domestic Violence Shelter
- Northcoast Environmental Center
- Nueva Fuente Charter School
- Humboldt County Harm Reduction Program
- Lake County Fire Relief
- Resolution Care Humboldt
- Humboldt Wildlife Care Center
- Special Olympics of Northern California
- Arcata Safe and Sober Grad Night
In 2014 year we offset 120 tonnes of carbon through the City of Arcata Carbon Credit Program, offsetting a years worth of cannabis production. In 2015 we once again have offset our electrical use to operate a carbon neutral garden and collective. We also work with local arborist and are in the process of donating redwood trees to help reforest the local beaches and sections of forest our community appreciates so much. We continue to have annual audits of our water usage, and ensure that we use the best practices to reduce any waste and discharge into local sewer systems. We are proud to live in Humboldt County and are dedicated to keeping intact the breathtaking beauty we live in every day.
The Beauty of Humboldt County
If you are planning on visiting our collective from out of the area make sure to take advantage of the amazing outdoor activities, wide array of local food options, and beautiful downtown Arcata plaza. We are proud to be a member of the Arcata Chamber of Commerce.