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211 NorCal connects you to expert, caring help.
Every call is completely confidential.
211 NorCal is a program of United Way of Northern California.

Anderson Police Department
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Respect Integrity Courage Honor

We are R.I.C.H. in our Core values. Our Core values represent our organization’s highest priorities, our deeply held beliefs, and are our fundamental driving force. They are the heart of what we as an organization and our employees stand for.

Redding Police Department
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The Redding Police Department has always strived for excellence. This professional principle has been the standard of this organization for many years and will continue to be. As the City’s agency responsible for fighting crime and maintaining the beauty and safety of the area, we will continue to strive for the highest possible level of integrity, work ethic and customer service.
Accomplishing our mission of “working in partnership with the community to protect life and property, solve neighborhood problems, and enhance the quality of life in our city” will always be our priority.

Shasta County Sheriff Office
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The men and women of the Sheriff’s Office are committed to serving and protecting the people and communities in Shasta County. We encourage you to become acquainted with the services we provide and welcome your comments. If we can be of any assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Mission Statement
The members of the Shasta County Sheriff’s Office are committed to improving the quality of life, in partnership with the community we serve, through fair and ethical law enforcement services.

Shasta Public Libraries
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3200 West Center St. | Anderson, CA 96007
1100 Parkview Ave. | Redding, CA 96001
37116 Main St. | Burney, CA 96013

Cottonwood Community Library
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3427 Main St. | Cottonwood, CA 96022
Phone: (530) 347-4818

Health & Human Services Agency (County of Shasta)
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The Health and Human Services Agency offers an array of services, from food assistance and employment training, to counseling and immunizations. Our vision is for every person to enjoy a safe, healthy and productive life. Learn more about our agency by visiting the links below and by reading our Strategic Plan.
The Children's Services Branch provides services to support children’s safety and mental well being.
The Adult Services Branch focuses on a variety of issues that typically impact people 18 years of age or older.
The Public Health Branch focuses on community-wide prevention of communicable disease, chronic disease, injury, substance abuse, suicide prevention and the prevention of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE).
The Economic Mobility Branch provides services to our customers in the neighborhoods where they live.
Click the link for further information

pathways to hope for children
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What We Do:
♦  Coordinating public/private child abuse prevention efforts in Shasta County.
♦  Enhancing the range of opportunities offered to strengthen communities and families.
♦  Providing public information, education, and professional development regarding child abuse, child neglect and their prevention.
♦  Offering meaning engagement opportunities for youth such as our teen centers, Camp HOPE - Pathways and life skills.
♦  Advocating for the improvement and expansion of quality services related to the prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect.
♦  Collaborating with other Child Abuse Prevention Councils at local, regional, state, and national levels to achieve mutually determined objectives.