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Anderson-Cottonwood Christian Assistance, Inc: East Center Street, Anderson Call for emergency appointments: Provides a 3-day supply of food based on emergency needs of families. RABA tickets available on limited basis and clothing vouchers. Must bring picture ID and utility bill in your name on. Good News Rescue Mission: South Market Street, Redding, CA Services available: emergency shelter for homeless individuals and families, Meals Breakfast am, Lunch pm, Dinner chapel requiredlaundry, and showers even if one is not staying there, one can still shower 7 days a week at am or pm.
Programs include independent living skills, money savings program, work search, drug and alcohol treatment. Living Hope Ministries: State St. Photo ID and Social Security required for food but not for all services. People of Progress: Center Street, Redding, CA Provides prescription assistance, and eviction prevention assistance.
Emergency food assistance is limited to once per month, which may be waived based on special circumstances. Bring a social security card, Passport to Services, photo I. Photo I. Redding, CA Provides a one-stop, multi-agency help center for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, or elder abuse.
ID and proof of residency required. Serving the residents of SLC. Call food bank for details. Note: Most organizations providing emergency assistance programs are grant funded or rely on community donations. Due to this, it is important to understand that funding is not always available for all programs.
It is very important to call individual organizations for more information regarding specific programs and available assistance. Far Northern Regional: Churn Creek Road, Suite Provides services for eligible children under 3 and some programs for children 3 to young adult with developmental disabilities. Golden Umbrella: College View Drive, Redding, CA Senior assistance including housing, renters and homeowners assistance, money management, tax aid, activities, lunch meals, payee services, referrals, outreach, and case management services.
Disability Action Center Assistance for people with disabilities including information and referral, housing assistance, advising, advocacy, and independent living skills training. Parent Partners provide parenting support, mentoring, and act as a bridge to accessing other community resources families might need. Housing assistance also available.
Rowell Family Empowerment: Toll-free Maraglia Street, Redding, CA Free services to families of children birth to age 22 with all disabilities: physical, cognitive, emotional and learning. Services offer include training and education, respite care, and referral.
Shasta County Dept. Shasta County Mental Health: Breslauer Way, Redding, CA Offers limited county services for persons with chronic mental illness, including case management, resources, and a day crisis residential unit. Also provides breastfeeding education and support classes. In addition, the program provides social services for the families of enrolled children. First and Third Fridays - a. Limited to once a month. Meals on Wheels and the Brown Bag program s are also available for seniors. Call for details. USDA Commodity assistance. Medical services provided for the homeless population, safe needle disposal site, STD testing, and more.
Van location schedule available at SCHC. Smart Business Resource Center: Placer Street, Redding, CA Services assist job seekers in obtaining employment and enable employers to meet the growth, retention, training and staffing needs of their business, providing services at low or no cost. As grant funding is available, RCRC assists with housing and supportive services needs of Veterans and their families.
Celebrate Recovery For those people interested in leading or participating in a step recovery program:. Services include detoxification and residen-tial treatment care, outpa-tient services, sober living day. Grants available for some programs. Services in-clude outpatient substance abuse treatment. Shasta Options: Churn Creek Road Fees: vary Offers intense outpatient Alcohol and Drug pro-gram followed up with nine months of weekly after-care groups.
Visions of the Cross: El Portal Fees: vary depending on program. Services include inpatient residential treat-ment and sober living. Note: Always call individual programs to get the most up-to-date information on fees and details. Willow-sober living home for women without young children. Jude Ministries Men : Victor Avenue Faith based clean and so-ber transitional housing for men.
Must buy own food and cook own meals. Includes limited transportation, weight room, utilities, internet. Must buy own food. Furnished, shared bedrooms. Cable and utili-ties included. Random drug testing, and 3 AA meetings per week required. No alcohol or drugs permitted. This is an annual celebration with the goal of raising awareness about the mission and accomplishmen Sun and Water Safety Summer is here!
Here are some tips that can help you and your family be safe in the sun and water. Sun Safety Tips Limit your time in the sun be This means that masking and distancing may not be required in some sett Follow the instruc Search form Search. Information: Alzheimer's group: 2 to 3 p. Thursdays, Mercy Hospice, Market St. For anyone grieving a death or loss. Registration required. Information: Bereaved Parents: 7 to p. For parents and grandparents grieving the death of of any age.
Call for future dates. For children and teens grieving any death loss. Closed group: Pre-registration required. Thursdays at the Coyne Center at St. Elizabeth Community Hospital, Red Bluff. For persons grieving any death loss. Open group, runs continuously. Drop-ins welcome. No registration required. Information: Suicide Loss Support Group: 7 to p. No religious affiliation. Open group. For anyone with hearing loss and their family and friends. Hearing and Cochlear Implant: a. For anyone with hearing loss, hearing aids or Cochlear implant.
Interpreting and CART services provided. Information: or kmihan norcalcenter. For women and men who have breast cancer and their family, friends and caregivers. Information: or Cancer Survivors: 5 to 9 p. Monday through Thursday. Offers support and information to cancer survivors and their caregivers. Information: or www. Information: Look Good, Feel Better: 2 to 4 p. This American Cancer Society program teaches cancer patients the skills to improve appearance and self-image. Registration required for the one-time class. Information: Shasta Myeloma Support: 10 a.
For people with Multiple Myeloma — a bone marrow cancer. Information: shastamyelomasupport gmail. For ages 18 and older and features topics related to heart disease and health management. Information: Heart: a. Information: Mended Hearts, Redding Chapter: a. Group offers support to heart patients and their families with visits and volunteer work. For Type I adult diabetics.
Information: Diabetes: Coyne Center at St. For ages 18 and older. Information:ext. Group provides support to patients and families dealing with diabetes. Information: Type 2 Diabetes: 11 a. Information: Spouse Caregivers: 2 to 4 p. Hosted by the Vision Resource Center.
Open to blind people and their companions. Group provides information about support services. Saturdays at LeBrun Lane, Redding. Nicotine Anonymous: 7 p. For anyone who wants to quit using tobacco. For stroke survivors and their family and friends. Open to stroke survivors, caregivers and supporters. For post-surgery patients and their family and caregivers.Adult redding women
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