Our work is divided into seven program areas, representing what we believe to be basic human rights: Food Sovereignty, Care and Wellness, Education, Economic Democracy, Arts and Culture, Housing, and Disaster Response and Resilience. Projects are created by and for the people we serve. For example, when we work with the Wiyot Tribe, the Wiyot Tribe co-leads the projects, and when we are working with people recovering from Substance Use Disorder, people recovering from SUD co-lead the projects. All of our program areas and projects are oriented toward collaborative, intercultural, and inter-organizational co-leadership.

Overview of Program Areas & Projects

Arts & Culture

Care & Wellness

Economic Democracy

Education

Food

Housing

Disaster Response & Community Resilience