Compassionate Migration Team

Human beings have fundamental rights protected by the United States Constitution and the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights. These rights apply regardless of one’s citizenship status, and include access to citizenship through lawful migration and protection from unlawful detention.

We uphold the right of all Indigenous Peoples to migrate freely on this continent.

Humboldt Hosting Hub

As a tangible demonstration of our deep commitment to protecting these rights and supporting immigrants, we are participating in a process to create a local hub of host families and support volunteers for asylum seekers.

This project is a collaboration between the following organizations:

How You Can Take Action


Resources for Immigrants




  • Food for People
  • Dorcas (food and clothing bank) - 2331 Rohnerville Road, Fortuna - walk-in hours Tuesday/Wednesday 9:30-11:30 a.m.
  • Wardrobe of Joy (free clothing closet) - 3515 Highland Place, Eureka - walk-in hours Monday/Wednesday/Friday 2:00-4:00 p.m. or by appointment (call 707-834-2905)


  • 'Towards Citizenship' Class - call Beth Niemeyer at 707-362-3968
  • Immigrant Legal Defense Project - pro-bono representation for immigrants based in the Bay Area