Tehama County, CA Assistance Programs and Resources

Tehama County Rent and Bill Pay Assistance Programs

Our financial assistance programs include rent assistance, bill pay services, prescription assistance programs, utility assistance, mortgage assistance programs in Tehama County.

Care Net Pregnancy Center of Northern California - Red Bluff

810 Main Street
Red Bluff, CA - 96080
530-528-8102
Offers support, programs and services free of charge & completely confidential: Pregnancy tests, factual information on pregnancy, parenting classes, educational programs, options counseling, community referrals, and much more. Call, stop by, or visit the website for more information. 24/7 Hotline: (800) 712-4357 (HELP). Hours: Mon-Wed 10 am - 3 pm, Th 12 - 5 pm..

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Tehama County Various Assistance Programs

Below we list an array of other helpful resource programs we have found in Tehama County.

Superior Court of California - Tehama County

633 Washington Street
Red Bluff, CA - 96080
530-527-6441
Assists with dissolution certificates, civil & family law, traffic court, family court services, small claims and criminal division. Please call for more information. Hours: Mon-Th 8 am - 4 pm, Fri 8 am - 3 pm..

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Red Bluff Community/Senior Center

1500 S. Jackson St.
Red Bluff, CA - 96080
(530)527-8177
Thousands of people use the Red Bluff Community/Senior Center each year, but many may not know that without the persistence of Goldie Walston, it might not be here. Although she was well into her seventies, she organized the group to raise money for a center. In the 1970s the city applied for a federal grant for a center, but it was denied. The city had an architect draw up schematics and cost estimates, which were $3 million. Then the city put it up for a vote ? a non-binding item asking whether voters would support financing a center. Although 42 percent agreed on the need, only 39 percent supported financing. The proposal went into limbo. That's when Goldie stepped in. As a woman who had worked hard all her life, she knew that without action, wishes were not likely to materialize. She asked the city manager, Dennis Fischer, how much money would be needed to show community support to get outside funding. He suggested $20,000. In August 1983 she and a group of her friends set out decorated coffee cans for donations. One of the first was put in Mike Folino's Sweet Shoppe. Rachel Walton drove Goldie all over town to collect the cans, some of which were unfortunately stolen. But they were undismayed. On Sept. 12, 1983, she made the first deposit with the city, and the account earned more than 10 percent interest for a while. Gene Penne became one of Goldie's advisors, and her group went through the lengthy process of incorporation and non-profit status as a 501(c)3 organization. Every day Goldie phoned all the people on her list, rallying her troops. State Assemblyman Stan Statham and his aides were prodded frequently. She and her helpers sponsored every kind of fundraiser they could think of. They sold baked goods at sidewalk sales, served coffee or cold drinks on the sidelines at parades summer and winter, held yard sales, put on luncheons, card parties and spaghetti dinners, saved grocery store receipts for rebates, served hot dogs and sodas at grand openings. But ..

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Corning Senior Center

1015 Fourth Avenue
Corning, CA - 96021
(530)824-4727
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Cities In Tehama County With Listings

Government and Private Assistance Programs

Housing Programs and Assistance

There are many non-profit and government based organizations dedicated to providing housing and support. We find them for you.

Food Programs

Food pantries, soup kitchens, food baskets. We find these local resources and list them.

Free clothing assistance

Thousands of churches and religious organizations offer low-cost or free drug and alcohol treatment as part of their missions.