Resources for Help
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255
- Main Number: (530) 225-5200
- Crisis/Access Line: (530) 225-5252 or toll free (888) 385-5201
- Appointment Desk:(530) 225-5936
- Medication Questions: (530) 245 -6753
Shasta County Wellness Centers
Shasta County has two consumer-run wellness centers: the Olberg Wellness Center located in Redding, and Circle of Friends located in Burney. Both centers are friendly, supportive places where individuals with mental health issues and/or their family members can go to participate in a wide variety of activities, both on-site and out in the community, that promote wellness and recovery.
Redding, CA 96002
Center Hours: Mon-Fri: 10AM-3PM
Burney, CA 96013
Center Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 12:30 to 3:30
Shasta County MHSA Links
MHSA Permanent Supportive Housing is affordable housing that offers voluntary on-site services to support independent living for low-income individuals with mental health disabilities who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. “Permanent” means that there is no limit on length of stay. See the Housing Continuum page for more details, eligibility requirements, and the application process.
“Triple P” stands for Positive Parenting Program. Triple P builds on your understanding of how your family works so you can use the things you already think, feel, say and do in new ways. Get parenting tips, support from real life stories and connect with local resources.
Stand Against Stigma is a community-based movement to promote mental wellness, and end the stigma surrounding mental illness and suicide. Visit this site to learn how you can help. This is also the home of the Brave Faces Photo Project.
The Get Better Together campaign aims to connect 16-25 year olds with peers who are dealing with heavy issues, providing education about the normalcy of a struggle with mental illness.The Get Better Together website is designed to be very interactive and promotes help seeking from friends, family, and professionals.
Help your community decrease suicide deaths and attempts through collaboration, advocacy, education, training and evaluation. Find information about upcoming events, Workgroup efforts and resources. See a video about suicide issues specific to Shasta County here.
For more information about scheduling a free, one-hour QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer) Suicide Prevention training, please take a look at this flyer.
Like and Share on Facebook! Help keep getting the word out about suicide prevention in our community. Find us at https://www.facebook.com/ShastaSuicidePreventionWorkgroup
Shasta Strengthening Families Collaborative aspires to make Shasta County the best place to raise a family.
Mission: Strengthen families and reduce adverse childhood experiences (ACE’s) by increasing protective factors, coordinating service systems and engaging the community.