(707) 462-1932

We’re Hiring

Harm Reduction Services, Medication Assisted Treatment, Hepatitis C & HIV Testing, Hepatitis Treatment

Providing services and supports to persons affected by substance use disorders and behavioral health conditions.

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Health and Wellness


Providing Services & Supports


Health & Wellness


Providing
Services & Supports

mcavhn harm reduction services

Harm Reduction
Services

Low Barrier Services & Supports
narcan 1

Naloxone/Narcan
Distribution

Free Product & Training
opioid substance use awareness education

Opioid Use/Substance Use Education & Awareness

In Schools and Communities
4806200

Hepatitis B & C
Clinic

Testing, Medical Evaluation & Treatment
MCAVHN Event of the Heart June 3 ‘Many Colors Singing in Harmony’

Projects


Opiod & Substance Use Prevention Project

MCAVHN implemented the Opioid & Substance Use Prevention Project in the spring of 2023 in response to the opioid crisis present in Mendocino County. Prevention education is brought to youth in the schools through presentations and groups and to persons within the communities through outreach activities. The purpose of the project is to expand awareness and education around opioids and stimulants, polysubstance use, overdose incidences and reduce stigma targeting persons who use drugs. Services focus on improved community health while strengthening referral pathways for those persons seeking services.

MCAVHN Event of the Heart June 3 ‘Many Colors Singing in Harmony’

Community


Care & Prevention Network

MCAVHN addresses the co-morbid conditions of mental illness, substance use, HIV, hepatitis C, other chronic health conditions experienced by persons experiencing homelessness; the gamut of conditions related to high-risk environments and subsequent behaviors since we began serving Mendocino County.


Meals


Sack Lunch Thursdays Now handing out sack lunches on Thursday

Care & Prevention Network
Care & Prevention Network
Care & Prevention Network
Care & Prevention Network

You are not the darkness you endured.
You are the light that refused to surrender.

– John Mark Green


Years Of Experience


Serving The Community

ADDRESSING HIV

THOSE WHO ARE UNHOUSED

CHRONIC HEPATITIS C

"HIGH UTILIZER" POPULATIONS