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2615 Breslauer Way,
Building 5
Redding, CA 96001

Customer Service Center for Food and Financial Help:
1-877-652-0731
General Phone: (530) 229-8400
Toll Free: (800) 479-8009
CA Relay: 711

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Press Release: Seniors Improve Quality Of Life Through Fitness

Published February 6, 2019
Loneliness can be more than unpleasant. It can be bad for your health, according to scientific research. Our county’s elders are especially at risk for social isolation, so we are recruiting seniors who are looking for social connection to join Fun with Senior Fitness. All seniors are invited to attend a FREE upcoming training hosted by the HHSA.
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Press Release: New Campaign Launched to Raise Awareness of Prescription Opioid Abuse

Published February 6, 2019
  • Press Releases
  • NoRxAbuse
To increase our community’s understanding of these risks associated with prescription opioids and safe pain management, a new public campaign “Your Pain Is Real. So Are the Risks” will launch this month and will be seen statewide, including Shasta County. The campaign also encourages patients to talk to doctors and pharmacists about safer pain management options. To learn more visit: TheRisksAreReal.cdph.ca.gov.
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Mobile Crisis Outreach Time Rolls Out to Provide 'On-the-Spot' Urgent Mental Health Care

Published February 5, 2019
  • Community Education
For years, when there’s been an emergency mental health crisis, many have turned to 911. But thanks to HHSA, a Mobile Crisis Outreach Team is now available to respond to lessen the burden on police by providing quick, compassionate care to struggling residents. The Mobile Crisis Outreach Team hit the streets January 1, providing on-the-spot urgent mental health services to people suffering severe mental illness, including those who may be chronically homeless.
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Leveling Up: 'COIL' Empowers the Community Leaders Among Us

Published February 1, 2019
  • Community Education
Creating positive, change in our communities may seem like an overwhelming prospect. With that in mind, HHSA developed the Community Organizer Institute for Leadership, or COIL, to teach local residents tools and techniques to coordinate cooperative campaigns that promote the interests of their community. Read what participants say about what they've learned.
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Press Release: Women on Wheels Teaches Bicycling Skills and Confidence

Published January 30, 2019
  • Press Releases
  • Healthy Shasta
Women on Wheels is a set of two bicycling classes taught by women for women. It's designed to help women learn more about bicycling and gain skills to ride comfortably and confidently. The first class will be 5:30 p.m. - 8 p.m. Thursday, January 31, 2019.
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Marc Dadigan, Supervising Community Education Specialist, (530) 225-5970

Carrie Diamond, Media Liaison for Stand Against Stigma, In-Home Support Services, Adult Services and Mental Health, Adult Protect Services and alcohol and drug programs., (530) 229-8484

Jill Haskett, Media Liaison for CalWORKs, CalFresh, Medi-Cal,  Work Readiness, Women, Infant and Children (WIC) programs and other immediate need services, (530) 229-8413

Tim Mapes, Media Liaison for public health programs, Healthy Shasta, Emergency Preparedness, Foster parent programs and programs for children, (530) 245-6863

Jeri Butler, Senior Public Health Assistant, (530) 225-3689

Mark Ewing, Typist Clerk III, (530) 245-6862

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