Hoopa Walk of Honor Set for Wednesday, April 23

Project Connect is sponsoring the 2014 Walk of Honor on the Hoopa Valley High School track to mark Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month on Wednesday, April 23. Read More →

Passing on Traditional Values

The Hoopa Valley Tribal TANF program is now offering Basket weaving and demonstration classes on how to work with materials to make traditional regalia dresses. There will be six workshops based off working with materials to make traditional regalia dresses. Read More →

Veggie Club Serves up Seasonal Fresh Food in Klamath-Trinity Region

Hoopa’s Veggie Club, which provides low-cost vegetables from local farmers, is growing thanks to a new partnership with Hoopa Tribal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). Read More →

Grief and Loss Support Workshop Scheduled for Aug. 28

Several local agencies have joined together to host a grief and loss training designed to build support for children who have been impacted by the two. The Hoopa Tribal TANF, First Five Humboldt, Klamath-Trinity School Readiness Program, and the Hospice of Humboldt are sponsoring the one-day training scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 28 at the Hoopa Valley High School cafeteria from 9am-5pm. Registration is free and limited to the first 50 people. Read More →