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FIREWOOD VOUCHERS WILL BE AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 19, 2019!

A limited number of low-cost firewood vouchers will be available starting February 19th. Please note that eligible households may purchase a total of three cords of firewood for the full firewood sale year (May 2018 – April 2019). Vouchers are redeemable for one cord of wood and will be sold, until gone, Monday – Friday from 9 am – 2 pm at HSRC, 1910 California Street, in Eureka. Voucher sales are on a first-come, first-served basis; there is no wait list. Eligible households are those with an individual age 55 or older and living on low to moderate income. Vouchers are priced on a sliding scale ($100 – $150 incl. tax) based on household size and monthly income. Payment can be made by cash or local check only. Proof of age and income are required. Once purchased, vouchers can be redeemed at the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Work Alternative Program (SWAP) lot in Eureka starting February 23rd. Delivery is available; delivery fees are based on location. For more info, call 707-443-9747, ext. 1240.

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Dorothy Flocchini, retired public servant, now homebound, appreciates the meals and friendly visits you make possible.

Every time you give to help local seniors, you are helping someone like Dorothy Flocchini.  Your gift shows your respect for the wisdom, experience, and contributions of our elders.  Now that they need a little help, you are giving back.

That’s because every program of the Humboldt Senior Resource Center is intended to help elders age at home.

For the cost of a single day in the hospital, we can provide a year’s worth of Home Delivered Meals.  Isn’t the meal a better investment?

And meals are just one of the many services you help provide.  Because of you, local seniors are getting access to resources that help them stay healthy and independent.

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The Humboldt Senior Resource Center is committed to providing services, information, education and recreation for seniors, families and caregivers in Humboldt County.  HSRC evolves in response to a growing senior population with expanding and changing needs. We envision a caring and healthy community which encourages intergenerational relationships, recognizes the wisdom and experience of its elders and demonstrates awareness and respect for the aging process.  Call us for more information.

707-443-9747