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Adult Services

The Adult Services Division administers two distinct programs; Adult Protective Services and In-Home Supportive Services. The Adult Protective Services (APS) is designed to protect the health and safety of anyone ages 18 to 64 who, because of their mental or physical disability is unable to effectively protect themselves against abuse or neglect, or anyone aged 65 or older, who is suspected of being abused or neglected. APS services are free of charge without regard to income or property if a need exist(s). The reporting party’s identity will be kept confidential.

 

Adult Protective Services (APS) Social Workers investigate and seek to correct situations of abuse and neglect. The Social Worker will offer the older or dependent adult a plan of services, using the least restrictive method of intervention. For more information and resources, please visit our APS Section.

 

The In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) provides assistance to eligible low-income aged, blind and disabled individuals (including children) who are unable to remain safely in their own homes without assistance. IHSS is an alternative to costly out-of-home care. Some of the services which can be authorized through IHSS are light house cleaning, meal preparation, laundry, grocery shopping, and personal care services such as feeding, bathing, dressing and accompaniment to medical appointments.

 For more information, please visit our IHSS Section.

ATTENTION: Oster/Dominguez Settlement Information: On April 5, 2013, CDSS released an All County Information Notice (ACIN) to implement the provisions of the settlement agreement to resolve the Oster v. Lightbourne and Dominguez v. Schwarzenegger lawsuits.

Settlement Agreement

Notice of IHSS Class Action Settlements  

AVISO DE ACUERDO DE CONCILIACIÓN EN LAS DEMANDAS 

 

 

Below are a few helpful resources.
Download or print a complete list of Adult Services Resources.

 

ALCOHOL AND/OR DRUG ABUSE TREATMENT 

AA Meetings

http://www.simeetings.com/LA/NoCA/TehamaCtyMtgs.html 

Good News Rescue Mission

 http://www.gnrm.org/

NA Meetings

24 hr. Meeting HOTLINE  (530)-877-6361

CLOTHING

Cornerstone Church

530-527-9210

Hands of Hope Rescue Mission

530-586-2291

Hope Chest

530-527-0270

Hospice Thrift Store

530-528-9430

Northern Valley Catholic   Social Services

http://www.nvcss.org

 

PATH – Poor and The Homeless Coalition

 www.redbluffpath.com

Salvation Army

530-527-8530

COMMUNITY SERVICES

American Red Cross      Shasta Area Chapter (includes Tehama Co.)

530-244-8000

Ministerial Association

530-527-3733

Tehama Co. Veterans Service Officer

530-528-1026

CRISIS RESPITE 

Lassen House

http://www.lassenhousealf.com/

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/Default.aspx

St. Elizabeth Hospital

http://redbluff.mercy.org/index.htm

Tehama County Mental Health

http://www.tehamacohealthservices.net/MentalHealth/directory_mh.htm

FOOD PROGRAMS

Cornerstone Church

            Saturday Lunch at River Park

530-527-9210

Corning Christian Assistance 

530-824-3866

Hands of Hope Rescue Mission

530-586-2291

P.A.T.H. – poor and the homeless

www.redbluffpath.com

Salvation Army

530-527-8530

Senior Nutrition  60 years +

530-527-2414  530-824-3866

Tehama County Gleaners

Jane Shirley 530-529-2264

Vineyard Church – The Lord’s Table

RB: 530-527-1911 CR: 530-824-9182


HOUSING: LOW INCOME, SUBSIDIZED, SENIOR AND DISABLED

Please see the complete listing for this information

 

 

INFORMATION AND REFERRAL

Alcoholics Anonymous

530-529-0301

Legal Services of No. California

1-800-345-9491 or 530-345-9493

Ministerial Association

530- 527-3733

Northern Valley Catholic Social Services

http://www.northvalleyservices.org

Passages Adult Resource Center

530-529-5882

Red Bluff Community/Senior Center

http://www.ci.red-bluff.ca.us/seniorCtr/seniorCtr.html

Salvation Army

 

530-527-8530

Self Help Assistance & Referral Program         

 (S.H.A.R.P.) http://tehamacourt.ca.gov/sharp.html

Tehama Co. Drug & Alcohol

http://www.tehamacohealthservices.net/DrugAlcohol/directory_da.htm

Tehama Co. Mental Health

530-527-5631

Tehama Co. Public Health

530-527-6824

Tehama Co. Transportation METS, TRAX

530-385-2200 or (800)982-6638

Tehama Co. Veterans Service

530-529-3664

Tehama County Elder Services Coordinating Council

http://www.egreenway.com/Aging/TCCA.htm

MEDICAL SERVICES

Lassen Medical Urgent Care Clinic

530-527-0414

Los Molinos Family Health Center

530-384-2372

St. Elizabeth Community Hospital & Hospice

http://redbluff.mercy.org/index.htm

Tehama Co. Health Clinic

530-527-8694

Tehama Co. Mental Health

530-527-5631

Tehama Co. Public Health

530-527-6824

PROTECTIVE SERVICES

Corning Police Department

530-824-7000 or 911 for emergencies

Red Bluff Police Department

530-527-3131 or 911 for emergencies

Tehama County Sheriff Department

530-529-7900 or 911 for emergencies

Alternatives to Violence

RB - 530-528-0226 or (800) 324-6473       CR - 530-824-7674 or (800) 324-6473

Ombudsman

http://www.passagescenter.org/

Rape Crisis Intervention

530-529-3980 or 530-342-rape

T.C. Conservator-Public Guardian

530-527-5634

Tehama County Victim Witness

http://www.co.tehama.ca.us/index.php?optiohttp://www.co.tehama.ca.us/index.php?n=com_content&view=article&id=74&Itemid=145


SHELTER & HOUSING LOCATIONS

Alternatives to Violence

RB - 528-0226 or (800) 324-6473    CR - 824-7674 or (800) 324-6473

Community Action Agency

www.tehamacountycaa.org

PATH – Poor and The Homeless Coalition

www.redbluffpath.com

Salvation Army (PG&E/REACH)

530-527-8530

Tehama Co. Mental Health

530-527-5631

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES

American Cancer Society

www.cancer.org

Car-a-van

530-221-4VAN

MERIT

530-527-7730

METs

530-385-2200 or (800)982-6638

Para Trax

530-529-3099

Ride On Senior Transport

530-949-6351 or 530-527-5996

Sunset Cab

530-527-7778

TRAX Bus Line

530-385-2877 (385-BUSS)