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Human Response Network

Main Office
M-Th: 8-5, F: 8-4
Services in English
Hayfork Office
T & Th: 10:00-2:30
Services in English

Human Response Network (HRN) is a private, nonprofit organization that serves Trinity County in Northern California with a wide array of social services and prevention programs. Established in 1980 by women determined to provide needed resources to families in Trinity County, HRN is dedicated to protecting each person's right to live in safety with dignity.

Human Response Network Website

Main Office
111 Mountain View Street, Weaverville CA 96093
(530) 739-8389

Hayfork Office
6861 Highway 3, Hayfork CA 96041
(530) 628-4565
Program highlights
Child Care Referrals

We believe all parents and guardians should have equal access to information regarding available child care services. This is why we provide a child care referral list of licensed child care program providers to use when searching for child care. This information is provided free of charge. However, the information we provide is not meant to be a recommendation. We only provide parents and guardians with the information–it’s up to them to make their own decisions. We cannot guarantee or vouch for the quality of any provider or program included on a child care referral list. We urge all parents and guardians to look into each program and find one that fits their unique needs.

Child Care Initiative Project

The Child Care Initiative Project (CCIP) is a training program to assist aspiring home-based child care providers improve the quality of care they offer. The CCIP training series provides help with the licensing process, tips for getting started, home visits, pre-license inspections, and customized 1:1 support. The program also offers learning opportunities and workshops on topics ranging from business practices to healthy and safety and more. CCIP training is available to anyone interested in family child care licensing. Providers who currently offer home-based child care (licensed or not), or anyone interested in starting one, is encouraged to learn more.

Parent Cafes

Human Response Network hosts Parent Cafes throughout the year as a way for parents to create a community and gain support from each other. Based on the Five Protective Factors of Parental Resilience, Social Connections, Knowledge of Parenting and Child Development, Concrete Support in times of Need and Social and Emotional Competence of Children. Our Cafes are a time for families to come together, enjoy a meal and have healthy conversations on important topics of the day.