Personal Wellness

Personal Wellness

Quality or state of being healthy in the body and the mind is the meaning of wellness. Our office strives for you and your loved-ones to feel healthy and happy.

American Addiction Center

  • We use research-based treatments to help clients with drug addiction, alcohol addiction, and mental and behavioral health issues.
  • Under the guidance of our chief medical officer, our programs are made up of addiction professionals including physicians, registered nurses, licensed marriage and family therapists, social workers, psychologists, and psychiatrists.
  • We offer high staff-to-patient ratios to ensure more personal attention for our clients, and many of our staff are in recovery themselves—so they understand what you are going through.

Garden of Hope

  • A Nonprofit
  • learn how to grown your own garden plot and much more
  • 1/2 the food you keep, the other 1/2 goes to food banks

Guide to VA Mental Health Services

  • A Handbook to learn what mental health services your local or regional VA health care facility has pledged to provide to Veterans.

National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI)

  • Dedicated to improving the qualify of lives for individuals living with mental illness and their families through support, education and advocacy.

Parkinson Support Groups

"Dedicated to enhancing the lives of the people with Parkinson's, their families and care partners." 

                  "Building Community for the Journey"

Roughout Ranch Foundation

  • Roughout Ranch Foundation develops social recreation and life skills programs to inspire, motivate and enrich the physical, mental and social health of vulnerable and underserved populations with the use of ranch- and equine-assisted activities and learning and life skills programs. 

Shasta County Health and Human Services (HHSA)

  • Offers an array of services, from food stamps and employment training, to counseling and immunizations. Our vision is for every person to enjoy a safe, healthy and productive life.

Trauma Recovery Programs

  • "We cannot change our exposure to a traumatic experience, but we can begin to change our response to it."