Established in 1980 by women determined to provide needed resources to families in Trinity County, the Human Response Network (HRN) is dedicated to protecting each person's right to live in safety with dignity. The agency grew out of a grassroots movement to provide support to women and children who were victims of domestic violence, abuse, or sexual assault. Since its inception, HRN has expanded its role in the community to include a variety of resources, as well as children, family, and victim services.
HRN services focus on empowering clients with the skills and support necessary to enable them to transition out of poverty and become self-sufficient providers for themselves and their family. Our current service structure includes a variety of programs aimed at improving early childhood development; assisting victims of domestic violence and sexual assault; providing health and nutritional supports; and serving families, youth, and the community.
Mission, Vision, and Values
Trinity County residents are empowered, self-sufficient, have healthy relationships and thrive in strong communities.
HRN provides advocacy, education, and programs that promote personal empowerment, support vulnerable populations, and create connections to local resources.
Dignity & Respect